This page describes the steps we have taken to ensure that the Million Reasons website is accessible to everyone. The Million Reasons Project is committed to producing online content that can be accessed by all of our visitors.

Pages on the Million Reasons website adhere to the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C), Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) and comply with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Level-A standard as a minimum.

We are always keen to hear about how we can improve the services we provide. If you have any difficulties using this website, please email

Accessibility standards

In accordance with best practice, this site uses Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for layout and formatting. If your device does not support styleheets at all, the content of each page is still readable and usable.
Pages on this site comply with all priority 1 guidelines of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.

Help if you’re having problems accessing documents

If you have any problems accessing the documents published on the Million Reasons website, please email and we will supply you with the document in an accessible format.

Accessibility options for your web browser

Many web browsers have accessibility features, which help you use the web in the way suits you best.





Internet Explorer

Note: Older browsers, such as Internet Explorer 11, may struggle to display the Million Reasons website as it is intended to be seen. Upgrade your browser for free for a greatly improved online experience, or ask your network administrator to upgrade for you.

Accessibility options for your computer

To configure your operating system to tailor its accessibility features to your needs you may find these websites useful:

Windows accessibility resources

Mac accessibility resources

Linux accessibility features

The BBC accessibility information site