This is the first manifesto representing the views of blind young people.
It has been developed by us, the RLSB Youth Forum, and the wider vision impaired community through the first annual Future Exchange youth conference.
Since March 2014 we have been taking the messages and solutions detailed in this manifesto to the people and organisations that can help us, and we have had great success.
Twenty-five per cent of people living with sight loss are dissatisfied with their life overall. 
This manifesto is a summary of what we believe needs to happen to change this figure. We hope that it allows you to understand clearly and quickly what the issues we face are, and more importantly how we propose they are solved.
This manifesto represents the views of young vision impaired people, so we can bring the community together to make changes to improve our lives and the lives of future generations of vision impaired young people.
Download it now:
More videos and blogs about the Youth Manifesto and our successes so far:
Read Youth Forum member Lauren’s blog celebrating a year of the Youth Manifesto
Read former Youth Forum member Agatka’s blog about the Youth Manifesto
Here’s what Youth Forum member Courtney has to say about the education section of the Youth Manifesto plus watch an interview with Courtney
Joy from the Youth Forum writes about what transport means to the VI community
Want to get in touch about the Youth Manifesto? Contact RLSB Campaign Officer Katherine Payne on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7808 6178.
 RNIB, 2013, Sight loss UK 2013: the latest evidence. London: RNIB.