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WCAG 2.0 contains 12 guidelines organized under 4 principles: Perceivable, Operable, Understandable, and Robust (POUR for short). There are testable success criteria for each guideline. Compliance to these criteria is measured in three levels: A, AA, or AAA. A guide to understanding and implementing Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 is available at:

Accessibility Features

Shortcut Keys Combination Activation Combination keys used for each browser.

  • Chrome for Linux press (Alt+Shift+shortcut_key)
  • Chrome for Windows press (Alt+shortcut_key)
  • For Firefox press (Alt+Shift+shortcut_key)
  • For Internet Explorer press (Alt+Shift+shortcut_key) then press (enter)
  • On Mac OS press (Ctrl+Opt+shortcut_key)
  • Accessibility Statement (Combination + 0): Statement page that will show the available accessibility keys.
  • Home Page (Combination + H): Accessibility key for redirecting to homepage.
  • Main Content (Combination + R): Shortcut for viewing the content section of the current page.
  • FAQ (Combination + Q): Shortcut for FAQ page.
  • Contact (Combination + C): Shortcut for contact page or form inquiries.
  • Feedback (Combination + K): Shortcut for feedback page.
  • Site Map (Combination + M): Shortcut for site map (footer agency) section of the page.
  • Search (Combination + S): Shortcut for search page.
  • Click anywhere outside the dialog box to close this dialog box.

    Statement of Vice President Leni Robredo on International Human Rights Day 2021

    Statement of Vice President Leni Robredo on International Human Rights Day 2021

    As we celebrate International Human Rights Day on the 73rd anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, we are reminded of our common humanity— that regardless of race, color, religion, gender, we are a single human family, bound by a shared commitment to build a better and fairer world for all.

    We can accomplish this by relentlessly standing up for our rights, and the rights of others, at every opportunity. It also calls for empathy and fellowship, put into practice by the work of looping those in the margins into the cycle of progress and empowerment. It requires embracing solidarity, and the conviction that an injustice committed against a fellow human person is an injustice committed against us all.

    May this commemoration serve as a clear call to action—to defend and uphold our rights; to speak truth in the face of oppression; to replace structures of inequality with systems built on compassion; to build, together, a better normal of true inclusiveness and radical solidarity for all.

    Posted in Statements on Dec 10, 2021