Deirdre Deverell (right) who has lost her sight, with Jodie McGriele, NCBI training manager.

It was “disgraceful” that just 20 per cent of people with sight-loss, of working age, were in employment, while Irish universities had only 229 sight-(...)

“We work hard to address that and to establish a culture where your gender, race, religious beliefs or sexual orientation doesn’t matter to us.” Photograph: iStock

Having diversity in the workplace is not only ‘the right thing to do’, but also makes excellent business sense. It is now a C-suite agenda item, wit(...)

The Central Bank on North Wall Quay in Dublin has won national and international awards for its accessibility.

More people with disabilities are moving through the mainstream Irish education system than ever before, at both graduate and post-graduate level, and(...)

There are about 300 charity shops in Ireland, run by charities such as Age Action, Irish Cancer Society, NCBI, Oxfam and SVP and staffed by volunteers. Photograph: iStockphoto

If you’re in the midst of a spring clean and declutter, you may have a collection of bags and boxes ready to be dropped to your local charity shop (or(...)