Blind campaigners meet with Lothians MSP to discuss street obstacles that endanger them

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29 April 2019
Source: RNIB Scotland

Blind and partially sighted people will meet with Lothians MSP Jeremy Balfour today [29 April 2019] to talk about the impact that ill-thought out street design and obstacles have on their lives. Mr Balfour is chair of the Cross Party Group on Disability within the Scottish Parliament and is currently the only MSP who identifies as disabled. 95 per cent

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What next? Your chance to shape Sense’s next campaign

27 October 2016
Source: Sense

Last year, Sense ran a very successful campaign to highlight the fact that children with multiple needs do not have the same opportunities to access play, compared with other children. In a similar way, in 2017, Sense want to run a campaign to highlight an important issue that is affecting young people, adults or older people with multiple needs, and

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Blind Children UK: How can I help campaign?

21 January 2015

To ensure all children with sight loss can get vital mobility skills training. Children and young people with sight loss learn movement and independent living skills through ‘habilitation’ training. At the moment, not enough children are able to access this support, preventing many children from reaching their full potential. To sign the petition please go to: http://tinyurl.com/owt67x4

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