The Internet is currently the largest repository for freedom of information for all users and disabled users in particular. As such, we place great importance on giving equal opportunity to people with disabilities to use the information presented on the site and to enable a better browsing experience.
We strive to ensure that the digital services are accessible to people with disabilities and therefore resources have been invested to facilitate the use of the site for people with disabilities, as much as possible, with the belief that every person deserves the right to live in equality, dignity, comfort, and independence.
How does accessibility work on the website?
An accessibility menu is posted on the website’s upper right-hand corner. Clicking on the menu gives access to the accessibility buttons. After selecting an option in the tool menu, please wait for the page to load.
The software works in most popular browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Explorer 10+, Safari, Opera. Browsing in accessibility mode is recommended in the most common browser among surfers: Chrome. In other browsers there may be issues according to the browsers’ compatibility.
What is on the tool menu?
Website adaptation for assistive technologies (NVDA, etc.)
Increasing the site’s font to 5 different sizes
Stopping moving elements and blocking flashing features
Changing color contrast to a dark background
Changing color contrast to a light background
Adapting the site for the color blind
Changing the font to make it more readable
Increasing the cursor and changing its color to black or white
Increasing the display to about 200%
Highlighting links on the site
Highlighting titles on the site
Showing an alternative description for the pictures
Sending accessibility feedback
Despite our efforts to make browsing the website accessible for all website pages, it is possible that some pages might be discovered on the website that have not yet been accessed or for which the appropriate technological solution has not yet been found.
We will continue our efforts to improve the site’s accessibility, as much as possible, out of faith and moral obligation to allow the use of the site for the entire population, including people with disabilities.
We welcome feedback from our users. If while browsing the site you encountered a special problem regarding accessibility, we will be happy to receive feedback. Please fill out our feedback form located at the bottom of our accessibility component.