Accessibility consists in providing access to information without any limits because of impairment, disability or handicap. There are many people who come to the information on our pages from very different contexts to our own, because they...
Accessibility is not of interest only to the disabled; it also improves access to the web in general.
Accordingly, these are our accessibility guidelines:
Compliance with the WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) for WAI (Web Accessibility Initiative) protocol, at least at an A level and partly AA. 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 above mentioned guidelines is done by using the Web Accessibility Test (WAT). This tool is supplied by the Spanish Ministry of Work and Social Affairs in accord with the provisions set forth in the Law for the Information Society and Electronic Commerce Services.
Regrettably there is some content on the web which has limited accessibility and does not reach the level of the rest of the site. They are videos and some PDF documents which are available.
Of course, we are aware that the accessibility of this portal can be improved and we are currently working on it. We would like you to help us do this by sending us your comments and suggestions.