We aim to make sure everyone can get information about our work and services.

This website has been refined so that:

  • It works well across the majority of popular web browsers
  • All people, including those with disability or with technical limitations, can access the information on our site
  • It is in accordance with the World Wide Web Consortium’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.


Please note, each browser might present the pages differently.

We are working towards providing accessible online documents.

Use of screen readers

This website has been tested with Jaws 18 and NVDA. It is most stable using Jaws 18 with Internet Explorer and Google Chrome.


Help and comments 

We welcome any comments or suggestions to improve the accessibility of our website.

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