Accessibility

Institute for Public Policy Analysis and Management (IPPAM) is responsible for making our websites meet the needs of everyone, including people with disabilities, by ensuring that our information is accessible no matter who the user is or how they view the page. Our website (www.ippam.org) meets the 'AA standard' as set out within the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI).

Browser Support
The IPPAM website has been built to interface with the browsers that most of our visitors use and our information is designed, built and presented to meet the 'open' standards recommended by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI).

Mobile Devices
Our website is also compatible with various devices; find the most recent mobile devices below:
1 iPad (1 and above)
2 iPhone (3GS and above)
3 Android phones with similar capabilities

Magnifying your Screen
If increasing the text size via the browser or Windows options does not make text easy to read another solution is to magnify your screen. All recent versions of Windows include magnification software, which can make it easier to read text on the screen. The Windows magnifier lets you increase text to a very large size. It is, however, restricted to a small portion of the screen so most visually impaired people find that they require fully-functional magnification software.

How you can help us improve
There is much to learn about applying good website accessibility practices and we won't always get it right first time. We are committed to ensuring that any issues are addressed promptly and effectively. If you experience any accessibility difficulties, please contact our website consultants directly by emailing



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