The Institute of Literature undertakes to ensure access to its website pursuant to the provisions of the Act of 4 April 2019 on the digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public sector bodies. This Accessibility Statement applies to the website of the Institute of Literature.
Application published on: 2019-03-01.
Application last updated on: 2020-03-27.
The website is partially compliant with the Act of 4 April 2019 on the digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public sector bodies due to the following areas of non-compliance and exceptions:
- The videos do not have SDH subtitles.
- Some form elements do not have labels.
- The website features links that do not point to any content.
- The website includes elements that do not maintain the minimum contrast ratio.
All the above issues will be successively resolved.
The statement was drawn up based on self-evaluation on 31 March 2020.
The website allows the use of standard browser keyboard shortcuts.
Feedback and contact details
Should you experience any trouble accessing our website, please contact Krzysztof Tomkalski at Dzial.firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also reach us via telephone: +48 533 332 636. The same procedure may be used to file petitions for access to inaccessible information and lodge complaints about any failure to ensure accessibility.
Anyone is entitled to request access to a digital website, mobile application, or any of their elements. You can also request the information you need in an alternative way, e.g. by reading a digitally unavailable document or having the content of a video described to you if it does not contain an audio description, etc. The request should include your personal data and contact details, as well as clearly indicating the website or mobile application in question. If you want to access content via an alternative mode, you must also specify the preferred method of its presentation. Public entities are required by law to grant such a request immediately, no later than within 7 days from the day on which it is made. If the deadline cannot be met, you should be promptly informed of the next closest date; the new deadline must not be longer than 2 months from the day on which you filed the request. If digital accessibility cannot be ensured, you may be offered an alternative mode of access, and if the public entity in question refuses your request or fails to ensure an alternative mode of access, you may file a complaint regarding the digital accessibility of their website, mobile application, or any of their elements. Once these measures have been exhausted, you may also lodge a petition with the Civil Rights Ombudsman.