Article 47 of the Equal Opportunity Act of 11 February 2005 stipulates that all the government’s online services must be accessible to everyone. Special care has been taken to make the website as accessible as possible.

Every website page now complies with W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) standards and is gradually complying with the recommendations of the RGAA (Référentiel Général d'Accessibilité pour les Administrations).

Separating form and content

The use of style sheets ensures a separation between the website’s form and content.
allowing the coherent reading structure of each page to be kept in order to enable effective browsing if the use of CSS is deactivated.


The tab key allows each website link to be successively accessed. The arrow keys can be used to browse and access the website’s content.

Text size

All the text sizes are based on relative units, allowing them to be modified in most browsers. This can be done by using the following commands:

"CTRL" key and mouse scroll wheel
"CTRL" and "+" (increases text size) or "-" (decreases text size) keys
Browser menus: display > text size


The main menu, located at the top of the page, is continuously displayed on all the website’s pages and allows the main sections to be reached. The logo in the centre makes it possible to return to the homepage.

The site map can be found at the bottom of each page and can be used to access all the website’s sections and sub-sections.

If you have any questions, feedback of comments about the website’s accessibility, please share them with us using the website’s contact form.