Accessibility statement

The Foundation has created its website with the aim of making it accessible to the widest range of users, regardless of disability or the device they use to view it.

During the site’s creation, we engaged users with a range of abilities and requirements. We want to make this an ongoing process as our site grows and evolves.
If you have any difficulty using our site or wish to give us any feedback, please contact us using the form below..

Our site displays correctly in current browsers and by using standards compliant with HTML/CSS code, any future browsers and devices will also display it correctly.

For people using screen readers:

recently commissioned content is marked up using the correctly structured HTML.
non-decorative images contain descriptive alt text.
Video content contains an audio description.

For people with hearing difficulties:

Video is captioned and audio content is accompanied by a transcript.
Video content contains an audio description.

For people with mobility difficulties:

All content is accessible without the need of a mouse.

If you have difficulty accessing content on the site, please contact site support.

Last modified: Tuesday, 14 April 2015, 2:25 PM