Alexander Smolyaninov owns a big farm, promotes legislative initiatives, raises children and helps other farmers.
Vladimir Vaskevich talks about places of interest and cultural event, that are accessible for people with visual impairments.
Those, who lost their sight in childhood, studied Braille at school. Where can adults get this skill? And is it really needed?
Vladimir Vaskevich talked to the leader of “Dream Guide” project, which creates inclusive tours around Sochi.
Renat and Nadezhda Anpilogov, the creators of the web-portal, told us about inclusive tourism, travels to Kamchatka and their plans for the future.
What is managing personnel like when you cannot see? Success stories of visually challenged entrepreneurs
On education in Italy, Louis Braille College and fine art – you may read with your fingers in a report by Vladimir Vaskevich, sightless traveler.
An interview with Oleg Kolpashchikov, the president of The White Cane independent nonprofit organization, and regatta participants
On teaching visually impaired children, reasons for providing a school with a residential flat and using a business game to help employ graduates – read more in our article
Pedal to the floor, the wind roaring in your ears, high-speed driving into the curve. Is it possible if the driver cannot see?