We are committed to making sure the information we provide can be used by the widest audience possible.
The web content accessibility guidelines (WCAG) standard tells us how we can make our web content accessible for disabilities, people living in remote locations, and people using alternative technology.
We have identified further challenges to situational accessibility. This is where a situation with an environmental factor makes it difficult to access web content. Examples might be where a video can’t be heard because of a noisy environment, or screens can't be easily read in direct sunlight.
This year we are replacing the existing website with technology that will make it much easier to meet the WCAG 2.0 level AA standard.
We’ll publish updates on improving accessibility. This will include identifying types of content that don't meet the AA standard, and where possible, a timeframe for when we expect to meet the standard. The priority will be content that is critical and widely used. The updates will be published on this page as part of a road-map to meet the WCAG 2.0 AA standard.
Our older web content will be updated or replaced with an accessible version when it’s changed as part of an update process.
If you have any difficulty accessing content on this site, we can send it to you in a different format. You can either send a request using the accessible form below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.