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The group’s objectives are to:
Inclusion coordinator Kate Bennell is involved with testing our systems, processes and content to ensure they’re accessible, especially for people who are visually impaired.
Membership of the working group represents all teams in the organisation, including our programmes, research, corporate services, communications, HR and design.
Sightsavers has been awarded Disability Confident Employer Level 3 accreditation for its work promoting inclusion in the workplace.
Sightsavers’ Ronnie Stapleton visited pre-schools across Malawi to train teachers how to include children with disabilities. She also learned a lot along the way.
In 2019 we campaigned for disability rights in 14 countries around the world. Here’s what we did and some of the impact it’s had so far.
Although originally established in the UK, Sightsavers’ inclusion group has been adopted by other offices too. More on our work around the world
We work hard to improve accessibility of our digital and print materials and ensure our events are accessible.Visit our accessibility page
We recognise that diversity improves workplaces, and welcome applicants regardless of their background.See our jobs pages
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