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Website accessibility statement
Who is responsible for this website?
- Stephen Thomson - Chief Editor
We continue to make further improvements and enhancements to our accessibility features according to feedback.
Please let us know of any problems you may have encountered, or of any features that you have found particularly useful.
Please email Stephen
Thomson at email@example.com.
University College London committed to a policy of equal opportunities for all.
We aim to create an environment that enables anyone, regardless of disability, to participate fully in the mainstream of university life.
The University has a formal policy that addresses disability in the broadest sense and includes mobility and sensory impairments, mental health problems, specific learning difficulties and medical conditions which may have an impact on day-to-day activities.
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In order to make the University website easier to read and navigate, you can change display settings such as text size, colour and contrast, screen magnification and style sheets
The BBC’s website “My Web My Way” offers help on adjusting these and other features in your specific operating system and browser.
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- The School of Public Policy cannot change them
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