Better access for all

Accessibility means providing access to information with no restrictions arising from impairment, disability or handicap. Many people access the information on our pages in very different circumstances.

  • They may have hearing, vision or mobility problems.
  • They may experience reading or comprehension difficulties.
  • They may not be able to use the keyboard or mouse.
  • They may have a text-only reader, a small screen, or a slow connection.
  • Etc.

Accessibility is of interest not only to people with disabilities. It also improves access to the website in general.

Our accessibility guidelines are as follows:

Naturally, we know that the accessibility of this portal can be improved and we are working to do so. To this end, we invite you to submit any suggestions you may have.