• News (72)
    The Drum (06 Dec 2019)

    Socks, soap and hair clips - RNIB shares life hacks used by sight loss community

    RNIB has developed a range of products with help from THE DESIGN MUSEUM, to help make everyday tasks easier for those with sight loss. THE&PARTNERSHIP helped to rebrand items which have become life-hacks, for example using an Afro comb as a vegetable slicer. The launch is a part of RNIB's 'See differently' campaign, encouraging others to see the individual and not the disability. All products are for sale at the Design Museum in-house, online and at RNIB's store and online.

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    Campaign (04 Dec 2019)

    Wavemaker launches disability and neurodiversity network WM Enable

    WAVEMAKER has unveiled WM Enable, a global push to promote understanding and awareness of disabilities and neurodiverse conditions, helping to support affected staff and their colleagues. The agency hopes to attract more disabled people into its network. The initiative launched on International Day of Persons with Disabilities, which saw Wavemaker host an event with speakers from the RNIB, PREMIER LEAGUE, TFL and Bec Development. The agency will show its support of #PurpleLightUp by turning its Sea Containers office purple. In 2020 it will introduce 'ability allies' and a handbook containing advice, policies and procedures, as well as training sessions in partnership with disability organisations. Finally, it has become a Valuable 500 member, committing to discuss disability issues at board level.  

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