The internet constitutes the largest resource supporting freedom of information today for the user community in general and for users with a disability in particular. We seek to ensure that our digital services will be accessible to people with disabilities, and accordingly we have invested in the website’s ease of use for people with disabilities, in the belief that every person deserves the right to a life of equality, respect, comfort and independence.
If you would like to, you may be able to resize almost all of the text on our website using your browser controls (a few pieces of the text are graphic images and therefore have a fixed size).
To simplify the layout you can choose to disable the style associated with the page.
All pages on this site should be valid to XHTML 1.0 Transitional and use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).
We also follow the Worldwide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 and aim to meet all level A and double-A checkpoints.
The site has been tested in a range of web browsers and on a range of devices.
Despite our best efforts to apply accessibility on every page, it may be discovered that some of the webpages are not accessible or are not suitable for any available accessibility solution. We are continuing our efforts to improve our site accessibility.