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Tuesday 30 October 2012

How do charities portray blind and visually-impaired people in adverts without upsetting visually-impaired people themselves? Diane Roworth from York Blind and Partially-Sighted Society explains why she took exception to a recent blog from Richard Leaman, CEO of GDBA.
GDBA and RNIB respond to separate adverts they 've published recently which received negative comments from bind people.
Dan Dufour from the Good Agency, talks about trends of images used to fundraise for charities.



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