Accessibility consists of access to information with no limits imposed by deficiency, disability or handicap. Many people arrive at the information on our pages from contexts much different from ours, since...
- They may have hearing, vision or mobility issues.
- They can have reading or comprehension difficulties.
- They may not be able to use a keyboard or mouse.
- They may only have a text viewer, a small screen or a slow connection.
Accessibility is not only of interest to disabled persons. It also improves access to the website in general. To this end, our accessibility guidelines are:
- Compliance with WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) from the WAI protocol (Web Accessibility Initiative), at least at level A and part of AA and AAA. These guidelines are applicable worldwide and are officially recognised as an Internet standard by the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium).
- Verification of compliance with the aforementioned guidelines through the Web Accessibility Test (WAT). This tool is promoted by the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, pursuant to stipulations in the Law for the Information Society and Electronic Commerce Services.
Of course, we are aware that accessibility to this website can be improved, and we are working to do so. We would like to invite you to help us in our efforts by making suggestions.