Working for People with Sight Loss

Policy & Advocacy

NCBI’s Policy and Advocacy team work to campaign for positive and lasting change for the benefit of people who are blind and vision impaired. We work with and on behalf of people with vision impairments at a local, national and international level.

Our primary goal is to give a voice to individuals and groups to campaign on issues including public awareness, resource allocation and public policy.

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Latest Campaigns

Check out how you can get involved in all our latest national campaigns to improve the lives of people who are blind or vision impaired.

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Policy & submissions

NCBI helps shape public policy by making sure the issues affecting people who are blind or vision impaired are raised in multiple ways.

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Facts About Sight Loss

Find out the latest facts and figures relating to sight loss in Ireland.

Facts About Sight Loss

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Become an Advocate

Want to be part of something bigger? Why not become an advocate and influence local and national issues that affect you and others who are blind or vision impaired. There are a few options and different levels of participation, so you can decide what suits you best.

Learn more about advocacy