Accessibility statement of National Institute of Architecture and Urban planning website
The National Institute of Architecture and Urban Planning undertakes to ensure the accessibility of its website in accordance with the provisions of the Act of 4 April 2019 on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications operated by public entities. This accessibility declaration is applicable to the website of the National Institute of Architecture and Urban Planning.
Date of website publication: 22.03.2021
The website is partially non-compliant with the provisions of the Act on Digital Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications Operated by Public Entities due to the lack of some translations into the Polish Sign Language for d/Deaf people and the lack of audio description for people with visual disabilities. The photographs and graphics published on the website do not have alternative descriptions, their content is not available for blind people or people who do not display graphics on mobile devices.
This declaration was made on 19.03.2021 on the basis of self-assessment carried out by the public entity in question.
In case of any problems with website accessibility, do not hesitate to contact us. Your queries will be handled by Marta Baranowska, e-mail address: email@example.com. You may also contact her via call at: 22 522 65 36. You may also use these channels to submit your requests for non-accessible information and make complaints concerning lack of accessibility.
Everyone has a right to request making a digital website, mobile application or any element thereof accessible. You may also request information to be made available to you via alternative means of access, such as reading a document that is not digitally accessible, describing the content of a film without an audio description, etc. The request should include personal data of the person making the request, an indication of the relevant website or mobile application, as well as contact information. If the person making the request wishes to receive the relevant information by alternative means of access, they should also specify a convenient way of presenting the relevant information. The public entity should comply with the request immediately, no later than 7 days after the request is made. If this deadline cannot be met for any reason, the public entity shall immediately inform the person making the request about the date, at which fulfilling the request will be possible, but no later than 2 months from the date of the request.
If digital accessibility cannot be ensured, the public entity may propose an alternative manner of accessing the relevant information. In the case, where the public entity refuses to comply with a request to ensure accessibility or provide an alternative way of accessing the relevant information, the person making the request may lodge a complaint concerning ensuring digital accessibility of a digital website, mobile application, as well as an element of a website or mobile application. Once the above procedure has been exhausted, you may also submit a request to the Ombudsman (Rzecznika Praw Obywatelskich).