We are excited that the Media Bill has continued its passage through the House of Commons and will now move onto the committee stage.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) have launched new Access to Work ‘Adjustments Planners’ to support disabled people into work.
On Tuesday 17 October 2023, Parliament held a debate on the British Sign Language Report 2022 and the implementation of the British Sign Language Act 2022.
Ofcom are consulting on proposed changes to their Access Services Code and best practice guidelines which influence the presentation and provision of subtitles and signing on television.
Associate Director for Health at RNID, Crystal Rolfe, explains what The Independent National Audiology Review has been about, and how RNID will work to ensure its recommendations improve vital audiology services across Scotland.
Today, the Government has published The British Sign Language (BSL) report 2022. The report shows how different Government departments have been using BSL in their communications between 28 June 2022 and 30 April 2023.
We're launching our new Subtitle It report, sharing the results of our survey that we carried out earlier this year... and the results aren't good.
Brent has invested time and money in expanding his access to TV programmes but is often disappointed by their lack of subtitles.
Ofcom's Television and On-demand Access Services Report 2022 now published, setting out the subtitling, signing and audio description coverage last year.
RNID’s Rob Geaney, Head of Campaigns and External Affairs, talks us through this new Draft Media Bill and what is next for our Subtitle It campaign.