Strefa Kultury Wrocław undertakes to ensure the accessibility of its website in accordance with the Act on Digital Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications of Public Entities of 4 April 2019. The Declaration of accessibility applies to this website.
Website publication date: 07/11/2017
Date of last major update: 31/03/2022
Due to non-conformities or exclusions mentioned below, the website is partially in compliance with the Act on Digital Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications of Public Entities of 4 April 2019.
The website meets the majority of requirements laid down in WCAG 2.0 at Level A, with several exceptions:
– Text alternatives are not provided for all non-text content presented to the user;
– The website does not provide alternatives for time-based media;
– Adaptability limited, simpler layout needs to be refined.
The website fails to meet the WCAG requirements at Levels AA and AAA. At present, works are underway to develop a new version of the website of Strefa Kultury Wrocław, which has to be adapted to current standards and requirements. The new version is to be completed in the 2nd half of 2020.
This Declaration was made on: 31/03/2022 The Declaration was made on the basis of a self-assessment carried out by a public entity.
In the event of any problems with website accessibility please contact us.
Any request for making inaccessible information available or complaint relating to the failure to ensure accessibility may be submitted to: email@example.com
A request for making inaccessible information available and complaint relating to the failure to ensure accessibility may be submitted in the aforesaid manner.
“Anyone has the right to make a request for ensuring the digital accessibility of a website, mobile application or any element thereof. It is also possible to request that information be made available through an alternative access method, for example, by reading an inaccessible digital document out loud, adding narration to video contents without audio description, etc. Such a request should contain particulars of a person making the request, an indication to a website or mobile application concerned and a method of contact. Where a person who made the request asks for information being provided through an alternative access method, he or she should also specify a method of providing such information which suits him or her best. A public entity should fulfil the request immediately, however, not later than within seven days from the date on which it was made. Should it be not possible to keep this date, a public entity will notify the person who made the request immediately thereof, by stating when the request can be fulfilled, however, the period for such notification may not be longer than two months from the date of submitting the request. If digital accessibility cannot be ensured, a public entity may suggest an alternative information access method. Where a public entity refuses to fulfil the request for ensuring accessibility or an alternative information access method, the person who made the request may lodge a complaint concerning the digital accessibility of a website, mobile application or any element thereof.] If the aforesaid procedure results in no effect, it is also possible to file a request with Commissioner for Human Rights.”