NCBI Advocacy Flyer – pdf
National Council for the Blind in Ireland – Advocacy Networks
Would you like to get involved in positive change for people who are blind, or vision impaired at a local and national level?
Join one of our Local Advocacy Networks and/or sign up for regular updates on our National Advocacy Network mailing list.
What is the National Advocacy Network?
The NAN is a mailing list that allows us to share our updates and news about NCBI’s advocacy and policy work. By joining the NAN, you can keep updated with the issues that impact on you and on the community of people who are blind or vision impaired in Ireland.
What are Local Advocacy Networks?
A LAN is a group of local people who are blind or vision impaired and keen to advocate for change on issues affecting them in their local areas while also lending their support to NCBI’s wider national advocacy campaigns. The LAN members are supported and trained by the NCBI advocacy team.
How do I join?
Join a Local Advocacy Network near you and sign up for the National Advocacy Network by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 01 830 7033 and ask for the