Children at RNIB schools and homes put at risk, charity regulator finds

Major charities are being warned to make the safety of the people they serve a priority after an inquiry into systemic failings at one of the UK’s best-known charities concluded that it allowed vulnerable children to come to harm.

In what the Charity Commission described as the “the third in a series of recent high-profile failures by household-name charities”, serious shortcomings in management, oversight and staffing were found at the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB). The failings led to repeated incidents where young people in its schools and residential homes were put at risk, or suffered harm and distress.

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