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The accessibility statement for the Humanity & Inclusion UK website.

Humanity & Inclusion UK’s commitment to website accessibility

Digital accessibility means providing access to information for everyone. At Humanity & Inclusion UK we are committed to ensuring our website is as accessible as possible to people with disabilities.

Accessibility standards

We’ve designed our website to meet best practice by following W3C standards. Our website is designed to comply with a minimum standard of WCAG 2.0 Level A - we are working to comply with Levels AA and higher where possible.

To achieve this, the site respects the following principles:

  •  Perceptible: "Provide text equivalents to non-text documents".
  •  Usable: "Keyboard accessibility: make all functionalities accessible by keyboard".
  •  Understandable: "Predictable: ensure that pages appear and function in a predictable way".
  •  Robust: "Compatible: optimise compatibility with current and future user agents, including assistive technologies".

The emphasis is on navigation and the separation of form and content:


Quick access

The site features keyboard-selected skip links at the top of each page, giving direct access to the following elements:

  • Content
  • Search

Keyboard navigation

The tab key is used to access each link on the site in turn.

Text size

The size of all text is based on the use of relative units, which means that it can be changed in most browsers. This operation can be performed using the following commands: CTRL" key and "mouse wheel" Or "CTRL" keys and "+" (increase text size) or "-" (decrease text size). Or Browser menus: View > Text size


The main menu, located at the top of the page, is permanently displayed on all pages of the site and provides access to the main pages of the site. The logo at the top left of the site takes you back to the home page.

Separation of form and content

The use of style sheets ensures the separation of the site's layout from its content. This ensures that the structure of each page maintains a consistent reading order, enabling effective navigation if the use of CSS is deactivated.

Reporting accessibility problems

We are continuously reviewing and improving the accessibility of our website and always welcome your feedback and suggestions on the accessibility of HIUK’s site. Please let us know if you have any issues whilst using our website via:

  • Email: [email protected]
  • Postal address: Humanity & Inclusion UK, Romero House, 55 Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7JB.

To help us understand the problem as quickly as we can, please include information on:

  • The web address or title of the page where you encountered the problem
  • What the problem is
  • What computer and software you use.

Page last updated: April 2024