Today, the National Council for the Blind of Ireland and Neven Maguire launched Dine in the Dark Ireland. Dine in the Dark is a week-long culinary celebration taking place across the country from the 6th to the 13th November. Supported by the Restaurants Association of Ireland, the campaign will see 200 restaurants and 8000 …Read More about National Council for the Blind Challenge Restaurants to Dine in the Dark
Have you old furniture taking up space that you want to get rid of, while also helping people who are blind and vision impaired? Then look no further. NCBI has introduced a Furniture Collection form and are now collecting furniture from the areas of Dublin, Meath, Kildare, Wicklow and Wexford. If you or anyone you …Read More about NCBI’s new furniture collection form
NCBI (the National Council for the Blind Ireland) yesterday welcomed the announcement by Deputy Mary Mitchell O’Connor (Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation) that Government approval had been given for the drafting of a General Scheme of Bill entitled “Copyright and Related Rights (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill, 2016”. Ms. Elaine Howley, Director of Policy and Advocacy …Read More about The Government is to take steps to end the book famine experienced people in Ireland who are blind or have impaired vision.
NCBI – Working for People with Sight Loss As part of NCBI’s 85th anniversary we are running a campaign called “Out of Sight”. The purpose is to advocate for changes that will actually make a real difference to people’s lives. We are conducting a survey to find out what is most relevant and important to …Read More about Out of Sight Campaign – Access Survey
NCBI would like to invite yo to help make a dark day brighter for thousands of people with sight loss this Christmas by supporting the NCBI Tree of Light. Together we can shine a light for those living with sight loss. When people are dealing with the darkness of sight loss – unsure of what …Read More about Tree of Light