We want the UK's communications systems to be accessible to everyone.
This means we always look at accessibility, diversity and inclusion in the areas we regulate. We also focus on these principles in our own organisation.
Here, you can find all our webpages relating to accessibility and diversity.
|Ofcom recognises the importance of providing a website that is accessible to everyone, including people with disabilities.|
|This section covers Ofcom's research in a number of areas related to usability and accessibility.|
|An overview of Ofcom’s work on the accessibility of communications services to disabled people.|
|This sets out what broadcasters must do to allow hearing and visually impaired consumers to access TV content.|
|Lists of television channels required to provide access services in a given year.|
|These access service reports show whether broadcasters are meeting their requirements to make their content accessible.|
|This area includes reports which set out the extent to which on-demand programme services (ODPS) carried subtitles, audio description or signing.|
|At Ofcom we are determined to do all we can to promote diversity and equality inside our organisation and in the wider sectors we regulate.|
|A brief overview of our work to promote diversity within broadcasting.|
|Information and guidance on how broadcasters can improve the diversity of their organisations.|
|At Ofcom we have in place several networks to support colleagues.|
|Ofcom is an equal opportunities employer and a disability confident employer.|
|The CCP pays particular attention to the needs of vulnerable people; older people; people with disabilities; and micro businesses.|
|ACOD advises Ofcom about issues concerning the communications and postal sectors relating to older and disabled people.|