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Voice of Vision Impairment

The VVI is Ireland’s national representative organisation for visually impaired people, specifically focusing on our rights and needs from a visually impaired perspective. In this, we are part of a wider movement of what are known as Disabled Persons Organisations (DPOs).

All VVI members and representatives have a visual impairment, and since we are not a service-provider, we use our expertise to represent the interests and needs of all visually impaired service-users.

We also very much welcome members who have other impairments as well as being partially sighted or blind, and our policies are very much influenced by the particular needs arising from combinations of visual impairment with other impairments.

https://vvi.ie/

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PPN Bulletin

Thank you Thank you to everyone who made it to the Plenary last night, at the Rediscovery Centre, in Ballymun. Thank you to Roger Warburton, and all the staff of …

PPN Bulletin

Information Dublin City PPN invite you to the Plenary on 24 November at the Rediscovery Centre in Ballymun, from 7.00pm – 8.30pm The draft programme 7.00pm – 7.45pm Welcome from …

PPN Bulletin 10th of November

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Many thanks to everyone who got involved with the PPN’s Festival of Fundraising this week, especially to Kevin Delaney of Academy Street Workshop, Joy Eniola of Dublin City Council, Frances …