The Assembly will:
- Print in English on every report that the Assembly's policy on translations and other formats is available on its website.
- Print a statement in English on reports that a translation of the executive summary and main findings can be made available (or the full text for leaflets) in 'your' language, which means any language used by communities in London.
- Select up to eight languages intended to include long established communities, more recent immigrant groups (eg Kosovan) and communities where many do not use English as a first language (eg Portuguese), and print statements in these languages. The list will be reviewed and updated over time.
- Prepare a large print (18 pt) version of every full report, print a statement on the published report that the large print version exists, and send a copy of the large print version to the RNIB.
- Offer to produce a Braille or an audio tape version of every full report on demand, and print a statement to this effect on the published reports.
The Assembly will respond promptly, and without making a charge, to bona fide requests made by Londoners in response to this offer.
The Assembly will make a reasonable charge for this service for responding to requests made by non-Londoners, aiming to recover its direct costs.
The Assembly reserves the right to decide whether a request for a translation into a language which is not used by more than 15,000 people in London should be met by its limited public funds.
To request a report in a different format or a summary of a report in a language other than English, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can write to the
Greater London Authority
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