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Submitting Updates to Policies Relating to Web Accessibility

We welcome updates to the Policies Relating to Web Accessibility web page.

When submitting updates, please send as much of the following information as possible to wai-eo-editors@w3.org with Subject Policies Update - [XYZ country]:

To decrease the time required for your updates to be posted, you can also provide:

You don't need to read any more of this page to submit updates.

Additional Notes on Format and Content

This section has additional details on listing policy information, including format for listings, template for new countries, and questions for research.

Formats for Individual Listings

Basic format:

When English is the only language:

When there is one primary non-English language, along with English translation:

When there are two primary non-English languages, along with English translation:

When there are two primary languages, one of which is English:

Template for New Countries and Regions

Country

(Updated Month 2000)

Legislation: [instructions: Always include this section — if there is no information available, remove the list and put a dash (-).]

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[Responsible Ministry or Responsible Department or Agency or Jurisdiction]: [instructions: Use the appropriate heading for the country/state/province/region. Always include this section — if there is no information available, leave the section title "Responsible Ministry", remove the list, and put a dash (-).]

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Relevant documents: [instructions: More official government documents go in this Relevant documents section; less official info goes in Additional information. If there are no items in this section, delete the heading.]

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Additional information: [instructions: Less official information goes in this Additional information section; more official government documents go in Relevant documents. If there are no items in this section, delete the heading.]

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Researching Content Updates

Here are some questions to ask when researching updates: