Accessibility Statement

The Constitutional Convention recognises the importance of ensuring that its website is accessible to everyone and is committed to achieving a minimum of conformance level Double-A with the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines and complying with the National Disability Authority IT Accessibility Guidelines .

Let us know:

If you encounter any difficulties in using this site please let us know. Email the webmaster

Some of the functionality included in the site to help users are:

Keyboard Shortcuts:

A list of the access keys available for use on the site:

0 - Accessibility (This page)

1 - Home Page

2 - FAQs

3 - Sitemap

4 - News

5 - Submissions

To use these access keys, hold either 'ALT', 'CTRL' or 'CMD', depending on which browser you are using, and then press the appropriate key. Internet explorer will require you to press Enter after focusing on any links.

Document Formats:

Most of the publications/reports on this website are available in PDF format to provide for easier reading and printing offline. This format is not always readily accessible to users with disabilities. Because of this we have provided most documents in Rich Text Format (RTF) also. To access the PDF documents you will require Adobe Acrobat Reader which you can download free from here

Navigation Aids:

  • A breadcrumb link is available at the top each page to assist in navigation.
  • All forms have associated labels with form controls.
  • The home page and all internal pages include a search box.


Browsealoud is a computer program that reads aloud all website content including PDF and MS Word documents. As you move the cursor over words, they are spoken aloud. Browsealoud is free to the end user and makes using the Internet easier for people who have:

  • Low literacy and reading skills
  • English as a second language
  • Dyslexia
  • Mild visual impairments

Browsealoud is a Windows browser plug-in designed for use with Internet Explorer 4 upwards or Netscape Navigator. If you install the Browsealoud plugin onto your PC, you can have the web pages on this website read back to you. To avail of this service, the Browsealoud plugin is available for download to your browser from You can also take a video tour which will assist you on how to use Browsealoud, access the options and change the way Browsealoud will read content aloud to you.

Download and Install Browsealoud