This website has been designed to comply with the international web accessibility standards issued by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) as part of their Web Accessibility Initiative.
All reasonable efforts have been made to ensure that top level and main content pages are compliant with the standards.
On most modern browsers you can use the TAB key to move forwards through each hyperlink on the page and the ENTER key to click on that hyperlink. You can use the SHIFT key and the TAB key at the same time to go backwards.
To help you know which hyperlink is selected, we have styled the website so that selected hyperlinks are highlighted just as they would be if you hovered over them with a mouse.
The default text size used on this website can be altered by using the text-size controls at the top of our website or in your browser.
The contrast of this website can be altered by using the colour control at the top of our website or the form below.
Major redesigns are tested for compatibility with a wide range of browsers. We have tested this website in:
Although we don't test in Linux, versions of browsers tested under Windows (e.g. Firefox and Safari) should give similar results on Linux systems and we will attempt to resolve any platform specific problems that are reported to us.
If you encounter a problem with the layout or functionality of one of our pages you can report it by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please include details of which page, the nature of the problem, which operating system and browser you are using (including any assistive technologies such as JAWS or WindowsEyes if appropriate).