The Małopolska Institute of Culture in Kraków (hereinafter referred to as MIC) shall undertake to ensure the accessibility of its website in compliance with the provisions of the Act of 4 April 2019 on the digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities. The accessibility statement applies to the following website: www.moreshet.eu.
Website launch: DZIEŃ MIESIĄC ROK np. 28 March 2023
Latest major update: JAK WYŻEJ
The present website is compliant with the Act of 4 April 2019 on the digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities.
The present accessibility statement was created on 28 March 2023. The statement is based on an internal audit (evaluation) conducted by an employee of MIC.
FEEDBACK AND CONTACT INFORMATION
Should you experience any difficulty regarding the website’s accessibility, do not hesitate to contact us.
In case of problems regarding the website’s accessibility in Polish, please contact Jakub Studziński at email@example.com, or by phone / text message at (+48) 532 290 144. Should you wish to submit a request to make inaccessible information accessible or to lodge a complaint about lack of sufficient digital accessibility of the website, please use the contact information above.
In case of problems regarding the website’s accessibility in English, please contact Tomasz Włodarski at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone / text message at (+48) 533 310 438. Should you wish to submit a request to make inaccessible information accessible or to lodge a complaint about lack of sufficient digital accessibility of the website, please use the contact information above.
Pursuant to the Digital Accessibility Act, you are entitled to:
- demand that the website or any of its aspects be digitally accessible;
- demand that inaccessible information be made accessible in an alternative format, such as an audio recording of the content of an inaccessible digital file, summary of the content of a film without audio description, etc.
Your request should include the following:
- contact information of the person making the demand;
- clear indication of the website the demand relates to;
- preferred means of communication (feedback).
Should you request the need to receive information by means of an alternative accessible format, please indicate the preferred format of making inaccessible information accessible.
Your request should be processed without delay, not later than within seven days. Should providing accessibility or access in an alternative format be not possible within the afore-mentioned period, MIC will notify the requester about the expected time of providing information, which shall not be later than two months following the making of the request. Should providing digital accessibility be not possible, MIC shall propose alternative access to information.
You can submit your request via Google Forms – the link opens in a new window.
Should MIC refuse to provide accessibility or alternative access to information as requested, you may lodge a complaint related to ensuring the digital accessibility of the website or any of its aspects.
Once the above-mentioned procedure has been exhausted, a complaint to the Polish Commissioner for Human Rights can also be lodged.
Małopolska Institute of Culture in Kraków
landline: (+48) +12 422 18 84
text message: (+48) 533 310 538
ul. 28 Lipca 1943 17C
30-233 Kraków, Poland
Non-applicable to www.moreshet.eu.
1. The entire website is navigable using the Tab key.
2. Website navigation is accessible to persons with visual impairments due to model page titles, hierarchical headlines and other functions introduced to accommodate screen reader software.
3. The entire website, excluding external elements, is focusable by default, i.e. it operates with the focus function on. All page functionality is available using the keyboard, as the order in which focus proceeds follows a logical Tab sequence. This facilitates user experience, e.g. persons with limited mobility or visual impairments, enabling accessible page interaction.
4. We have provided WCAG-compliant contrast between text and background; a high contrast version of the website is also available. As a result, all content embedded in the website is accessible to persons with visual impairments.
5. We aim to make all the texts as simple as possible to understand and to format them in accordance with accessibility standards.
6. Most photographs and illustrations are provided with alternative texts to make their content accessible to persons with visual impairments and to persons not displaying visual content on their mobile devices. We attempt to gradually expand the number of alternative texts available on our website.