WHAT IS DIGITAL ACCESSIBILITY?
An accessible website is one that enables all people, including those with disabilities or requiring special software or equipment, to access content without difficulty.
Accessible websites allow users to:
Navigate the web by using text-to-speech or text-to-Braille technology (notably for blind and visually impaired users)
Customise the website display to suit their needs (by enlarging text, changing colours, etc.)
Navigate without a mouse, by using keyboard commands or a touch screen
To do so, the website design and all updates must comply with strict accessibility standards.
We are committed to keeping this website accessible to all users, regardless of their physical and/or cognitive conditions.
However, if you encounter a problem while navigating through the website or when trying to access any of its content, please let us know by providing as much information as possible concerning your situation and the problem you encountered, so that we can find a solution together.
To contact us by email, you may write to us at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To contact us by phone, you may call us at the following number: 01 45 49 63 00. Our phone service is available from 8:30 AM – 6:30 PM, Monday through Friday.
Contact us by postal mail
If you prefer to contact us by postal mail, you can write to us at the following address:
Sciences Po Executive Education
28, rue des Saints-Pères
LE DÉFENSEUR DES DROITS
If are unable to access any content or features on our site due to a lack of accessibility, and you inform us of the problem but do not receive a quick response from our teams, you are entitled to submit a complaint or refer the case to Le Défenseur des droits. There are several ways to do this: