As many of you will be considering who to vote for on Saturday in the General Election. We have gone through each of the main political parties’ manifesto’s and have lifted out their policies relating to Disability. See them below for your ease. Finally, don’t forget to request the tactile templates to aid you to …Read More about General election 2020, Commitments to Disability – See how Political Parties aim to support disability
NCBI wants to make Ireland a kinder place in February and we need your support! Register today to do 10 Acts of Kindness in 10 Days between the 17th and 27th of February. We’ll send you a list of acts of kindness that’ll inspire you to be kind to others, kind to the environment and …Read More about Join the positivity movement and do: 10 Acts of Kindness in 10 Days!
Come join Team NCBI! Where Coolcarrigan Estate, Naas, Kildare When Saturday 7th March 2020 Cost €32 to enter, minimum sponsorship required Sign Up HERE, Select TEAM NCBI, fill in the details and pay. Our team wave will race at 11.10 am with registration 1 hr before. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with T-shirt size and …Read More about Run a Muck Challenge
Tuesday 28th January 2020, A group of well-known disability charities who form The Disability Action Coalition, are inviting all General Election candidates in Dublin Central & Northwest constituencies to an important meeting in NCBI Head Office in Drumcondra where they will be asked to commit to securing funding for disability services in the next Government. …Read More about Political hustings on funding for disability services
21st January 2020, National Council for the Blind of Ireland (NCBI) is highlighting that election posters hung too low can pose a real danger to people who are blind or visually impaired. This risk to injury along with how unenvironmentally friendly they are is another argument in favour of a national ban on election posters. …Read More about Election Posters pose height hazards