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How to use this website

We want to make sure Our Site is accessible.
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When something is accessible, everyone can use it.

This might be:

  • a place or a building
  • transport
  • a service
  • information
  • a website.
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We have done lots of things to make Our Site accessible, including:

  • making sure it can be read by screen readers – technology that helps people who are blind use a website
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  • captioning all our videos
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  • using Easy Read information.
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You can find out more about this on the Accessibility page on our main site.

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We have also included a red Quick Exit button at the top and bottom of the website.

When you click the Quick Exit button, it will close this website and take you to the Google homepage.

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We have translated some important information about the rights of women and girls with disability.

A translation can be information in:

  • another language
  • Easy English
  • Auslan.
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You can find the translations on the Translations page on our main site.

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We have also written some words in bold on this website.

This means the letters are thicker and darker.

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The words that are bold are words that:

  • you might not have heard before
  • can be hard to understand.
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When you see a word that is bold, it means we have explained what that word means.

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