Accessibility consists of access to information not restricted by deficiency, disability or handicap. Many people access the information on our pages from contexts that are very different from our own. This is because they may have problems with hearing, sight or mobility; they may have reading or understanding difficulties; they may not be able to use the keyboard or mouse; or they may have a text-only reader, a small screen or a slow connection.
Accessibility is not of interest only to the disabled, but it also improves access to the web in general. Accordingly, our accessibility guidelines are as followings:
Unfortunately, the accessibility of some web content is limited and is not at the same level as the rest of the site.
We are clearly aware that the accessibility of this website can be improved and we are currently working on it. Please feel free to help us by sending us your comments and suggestions.