Our goal is to offer equal access to information for all users, working to guarantee an accessible, inclusive and satisfying browsing experience for all, in line with principles of equality and non-discrimination.

In particular, we strive to guarantee that all information and functionality on our website can be easily used by all user groups, including those utilising assistive technology for visual, auditory, cognitive or motor disabilities.

The website has been designed and developed in compliance with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), which represent the reference standard for web accessibility, adopting all necessary measures in order to meet the criteria to achieve levels A and AA under WCAG 2.1.