The website undertakes to provide the general public browsing the website with as accessible content as possible. We work on updating and implementing the accessibility rules as much as possible, following the principles of the accessibility standard. The website is adapted to the accessibility requirements for level 2 (AA) of the WC.C.A.G 2 standard. The accessibility of the website is adapted to the leading browsers.
Details of the website's accessibility coordinator:
full name: Lilian Ben-Shoam
What is an accessible website
The new regulations for making websites accessible (the Equal Rights for Persons with Disabilities Act) are intended to allow people with various disabilities (such as the blind and visually impaired, people with physical disabilities who have difficulty moving their hands, people with attention and concentration difficulties or dyslexia, and people with other disabilities) to surf the net with maximum comfort. Accessible websites even appear more in the various search engines.
An accessible website is a site where adjustments have been made according to an Israeli standard. This standard adopts the W3C International Internet Accessibility Guidelines, allowing people with disabilities to browse websites comfortably with helpful tools.
Despite our efforts to develop accessibility in all the website's contents, parts that have not yet been made accessible may appear during browsing. We continue to invest efforts in developing accessibility settings to allow access to this content for the entire population and especially people with disabilities.