Users must not: Use the various feedback facilities to solicit abusive, sexist, racist or obscene text, material or messages.
Attempt to impair the running of the site or corrupt its content.
Linking to and from the Right to Education Project website: You do not need to request permission to create a text link from your site to the Right to Education Project website. You must not make use of Right to Education Project logo without permission. The logo should never be taken as a screen grab from our site and should never be part-masked in usage.
Copyright in this website belongs to the Right to Education Project, unless otherwise stated. This material may be freely distributed and copied for educational and campaigning purposes.
The Right to Education Project is committed to the highest standards of information quality and every attempt has been made to provide up to date and accurate information. Our database and website contain external links to provide users with information and resources. The Right to Education Project only points to material it believes to be of a suitable standard but cannot guarantee the quality or accuracy of the information on the sites linked to, nor is the Right to Education Project responsible for their content.
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The Right to Education is committed to making its Web site accessible to all Internet users and to meeting the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995
We are engaged in a review of compliance and will act quickly to address any areas of non-compliance that we become aware of. We welcome input and advice from our site users. If you should be aware of a non-compliance with The Act, and/or general best practice in this respect, please contact us.
RNIB and RNID have created some excellent online resources for those who would like help with accessibility issues. For details of resources available to help people with visual disabilities you might like to look at www.rnib.org.uk To find out about accessibility initiatives being developed for people with hearing disabilities you might like to look at www.rnid.org.uk
Changing the text font size
If you would like to change the size of the text, please select "View" from your browser menu, and then "Text size". Then select what size you would like it to appear.
You can also change the text size by holding down the "Ctrl" key on your keyboard whilst moving your mouse wheel.
Changing the colour balance of your screen
If you would like to change the colour balance of your screen, please select "Tools" from your browser menu, and then "Internet Options". Click on the "Accessibility" button, and then select the appropriate options.
We welcome input and advice from our site users. If you should be aware of a non-compliance with The Act, and/or general best practice in this respect, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org