NCBI host virtual advocacy network meeting
The NCBI is hosting a virtual advocacy network meeting for the Dublin, Wicklow and Kildare region (Image: NCBI)

NCBI host virtual advocacy network meeting

A VIRTUAL advocacy network meeting for people who are blind or vision impaired and living in Dublin is being held this month, with a focus on local access issues.

The NCBI, Ireland’s national sight loss agency, is holding its first ever East region Local Advocacy Network meeting for people living in Dublin, Kildare and Wicklow on April 25 between 7pm and 8pm.

The aim of the meeting, which will be led by local people who are blind or vision impaired, is to work on local access issues, feed into NCBI’s national campaigns and to make effective and positive changes.

According to NCBI: “The Local Advocacy Network provides a platform for people in the local community to work together to break down barriers they are facing in their area.”

The meeting, which is free, is being held online. For further information or to register visit the NCBI’s website HERE.

Information is also available by calling 1800 911 925 or emailing

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