Nidhi Goyal is a blind feminist from India who works on disability rights and gender equality. She recently visited Sightsavers’ offices to share her experiences.
Disability consultant Graeme Whippy visited Sightsavers to discuss his work with Channel 4 and how it embraces diversity.
Sightsavers’ Global Advocacy Adviser Getty Oforiwa Fefoame offers tips for employers to make sure they are accessible for all.
The 2018 conterence, hosted by the Essl Foundation, took place in the UN office in Vienna. Sightsavers’ Kate Bennell shares her experiences.
Emma Mamo, from mental health charity Mind, reveals how employers can help staff to improve their mental health.
Sightsavers’ Kate Bennell tests our systems, processes and content to make sure they’re accessible, especially for people who are visually impaired.
Sightsavers hosted a lunchtime talk by Joshua Marshall, who was the accessibility lead on the UK government’s multi-award-winning Gov.uk website.