We interviewed visually impaired mothers and fathers to find out how they overcome the challenges of parenthood
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?
On music education in Russia – read more in a Special View article
Tips on how to hold your white cane, distance to keep from walls and situations to use the technique – read more in Marta Lyubimova's article
Marta Lyubimova, visual impairment specialist and teacher, expert in wayfinding and mobility: recommendations on choosing a white cane and its tip
Most remarkable extracts from How I Perceive, Imagine And Understand The World Around Me by Olga Skorokhodova, Ph. D. in Pedagogy, deafblind special education teacher
Irina Povolotskaya, deafblind author, actress and painter, on her childhood, losing her eyesight and hearing and being born again as Phoenix the Purple Fairy
Tips on equipping your house to minimize everyday inconveniences. Sightless people share lifehacks of marking objects and using special gadgets.
Ilya Dubrovskiy, divemaster, on instincts and training people with disabilities to dive.
Prashant Ranjan Verma, General Secretary of the Indian Association for the Blind, on employment for persons with visual disabilities, national programs and corporate responsibility in India