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The accessibility statement was updated on November 21, 2023

The headquarters of the Families for the Return of Abducted and Missing Persons (the "Organization") works to make the organization and our website accessible to people with disabilities in order to promote equal rights and transparency towards people with disabilities.

The essence of an accessible website 


An accessible website is a website that allows a person with a disability to visit the website with the same level of efficiency and enjoyment as other visitors, using the capabilities of the system on which it operates and through technologies that help accessibility.

Making accessibility adjustments on the website 


The accessibility adjustments on the website were carried out in accordance with Chapter C: Internet services under the Regulations on Equal Rights for Persons with Disabilities (Service Accessibility Adjustments) 2013, and the Israeli standard TI 5568 based on the WCAG 2.0 (Level AA) guidelines, and subject to the changes and adjustments made in the Israeli standard document. We strive to meet as much as possible the requirements of the local law and the Israeli Equal Rights Commission for People with Disabilities in regards to making websites accessible to people with disabilities, and we hope that thanks to this our website will be friendly to all users. Be aware that due to the dynamic nature of the website, minor issues may occasionally occur as it is updated regularly. We are continually seeking out solutions that will bring all areas of the site up to the same level of overall web accessibility.


Declaration of partial compliance with the standard in the case of third-party content (if any)


The site refers to external pages, which are unrelated to the Organization, and therefore there is partial to no adjustment for these pages.

Optimal applicability for website accessibility

You can visit the website optimally by using common browsers, such as Chrome, Edge, etc.


If you find an accessibility problem on the website or if you need help, you are welcome to contact us via the email address:

Accessibility Statement

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