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Accessibility at the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
SSHRC is committed to achieving universal accessibility for its research community and staff. To this end, SSHRC will continue to proactively identify, remove and prevent barriers to ensure greater opportunities for persons with disabilities and all those who experience barriers.
We want your feedback to help us create an accessible and barrier-free agency. We invite you to use our feedback form to comment on our Accessibility Plan, and to inform us of any accessibility barriers you have experienced with SSHRC.
Services and information
SSHRC’s inaugural Accessibility Plan outlines barriers experienced by SSHRC staff and the research community, and proposes actions to remove and prevent these barriers.
Accessibility Plan feedback process
This process involves ways to provide feedback, how to keep your feedback anonymous, what we do with your feedback, and how to access alternate formats.
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