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Accessibility declaration

Poznań Heritage Centre undertakes to ensure the high accessibility of its website, under Act of 4 April 2019 on the digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities. This Declaration of Accessibility shall apply to the website of the The Royal Imperial-Route of Poznań

Date of publication and revised versions

Launching date of the website: 2021-01-18

Date of last major update: 2021-01-19

Legal compliance status

The website partially complies with the Act of 4 April 2019 on the digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities due to non-compliance or exclusions listed below:

  • no published and digitally available map of the website,
  • no proper header structure of articles in some areas of the website,
  • difficulty in operating the key functions of the website using the keyboard, including some menu areas and the website search engine,
  • contact form fields do not have signs and labels,
  • no defined "focus" attributes for interactive elements; the lack of skipping content makes it difficult to serve blind and visually impaired people.
  • The website contains PDF documents that can make it difficult to read using screen readers. We aim to minimize the use of such files. With the development of the site, we are posting more and more of their content directly on our website.

Declaration made on: 2021-01-18

Date of the last declaration review and update: 2024-03-28

Keyboard Shortcuts

The website has shortcuts that could conflict with auxiliary technologies (e.g. reading software), the system, or user applications.

Standard keyboard shortcuts can be used.

Contact

If you have any problems with accessing our website, feel free to contact us.

The contact person is Lucyna Kaczmarkiewicz, lucyna.kaczmarkiewicz[at] pcd.poznan.pl.

You can also contact us by calling 61 647 7627. Using the contact data above, you can also make requests for access to inaccessible information or make requests for data accessibility.

Everyone has the right to request the availability of the digital website, mobile application or some element thereof.

You can also request information to be shared via an alternative method of access, for example by reading a digitally inaccessible document, describing the contents of the video without audio description, etc. The request should include data of the person submitting the request, indication of the relative website or mobile application and contact data of the person filing the request. Where the requesting person declares the need to obtain information by means of an alternative means of access, he or she shall also specify the manner in which that information is to be presented to him or her in a manner which is convenient for him or her.

The public entity should fulfil the request immediately, no later than within 7 days from the date of submitting the request. If it is not possible to meet this deadline, the public entity shall immediately inform the requesting person when the request can be fulfilled, whereas, this period may not be longer than 2 months from the date of the request. Where it is not possible to ensure digital accessibility, the public entity may propose an alternative way of accessing information.

Where the public entity refuses to comply with the request for access or an alternative means of access to information, the requesting person may submit a complaint about the digital accessibility of the website or mobile application or an element of the website or the mobile application. Once the above procedure has been exhausted, a request may also be made to the Ombudsman.

Link to the Ombudsman's website Rzecznik Praw Obywatelskich

Official partners of the Royal-Imperial Route: