Web accessibility is about making website content available to all users, including people with disability. We expect our website to be accessible to all users, regardless of browsing technology or device.
Our commitment to web accessibility
The ÑÇ²©¶Ä²© Government is committed to making its websites accessible to as many people as possible.
We aim to meet AA accessibility checkpoints as defined in the . This commitment applies to this website and not to websites that are linked from our pages.
Compliance with web accessibility is an ongoing process we are regularly working to improve.
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