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Web accessibility statement

Web accessibility statement

At Stonewall we aim to put accessibility at the forefront of all that we do and want to make sure our learning can be accessed by all. During this e-learning module we have set out to make it as accessible as possible and are always striving for better.  
 
 

Compliance

We aim to conform to WCAG 2.0 Level A, and we will meet as many AA success criteria as we can. We continue to work towards achieving AA standard with the aim to achieve AAA in future. 
If you experience any accessibility issues while using our website, please let us know by emailing elearning.support@stonewall.org.uk
 
 

Technology 

We have tested and tried to make the module accessible to be used on many devices, as well as different web browsers. In addition here are some systems that the e-learning module is compatible with 
  • Full support for JAWS screen reader, Window Eyes and OS X Voiceover
  • Full support for keyboard navigation
  • Visible highlighting to show learners using keyboard navigation where they are
  • Well crafted semantic HTML5 to help learners understand the structure of all pages
  • Forms and interactions designed to be easy to use by Screen Readers

 

External links

Stonewall is not responsible for the content of external websites, nor any accessibility issues that may be present on those websites. 
 
 

PDF documents

PDF documents may present accessibility challenges to users of assistive technology. We will therefore provide an alternative format alongside with any PDF documents distributed.
 
 

Legacy support

While we try to ensure support for older browsers, it is not always possible or feasible for continuing this support.
We urge those on legacy systems to upgrade, as this will provide the most optimised and secure browsing experience.
 
 

Reporting a web accessibility issue

If you experience any accessibility issues while using our website, please let us know by emailing elearning.support@stonewall.org.uk
 
 

Requesting materials in a different format

If you experience any accessibility with any documents, please request an alternative format from elearning.support@stonewall.org.uk