Declaration of accessibility
The University of Silesia undertakes to ensure the accessibility of the website administered by itself in accordance with the provisions of the Act of 4 April 2019 on the digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities.
The declaration of availability applies to the Transform4Europe Alliance website.
Website publication date: 2022-08-23.
Last important update: 2022-08-23.
The website is partly consistent with the Act of 4 April 2019 on the digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities.
- Potential issue: the repeating blocks may be left out from the website.
- Potential issue: link purpose description on the website.
- Potential language declaration errors on subpages.
- Potential code errors on the website.
The declaration was prepared on: 2023-05-26.
The declaration was prepared on the basis of self-assessment made by the public entity.
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Feedback and contact data
You can also call at +48 32 359 23 92. In the same way you can submit requests for sharing inaccessible information and lodge complaints against the lack of accessibility.
Everyone has the right to request digital accessibility of the website, mobile app or any of their elements. You can also request sharing information through an alternative access method, e.g. by reading a digitally inaccessible document, describing film content without audio description, etc. The request should contain the data of the person submitting the request, specification of the website or mobile app and method of contact.If the person making the request reports the need to obtain information through an alternative access method, they should also determine the convenient method of presenting such information. A public entity should fulfil the request immediately, not later than within 7 days from the date of submitting the request. Should it not be possible to comply with the deadline, the public entity should inform the person making the request about it as soon as possible, whereby the new deadline cannot be later than 2 months from the date of submitting the request. Should it not be possible to provide digital accessibility, the public entity may offer an alternative method of access to information. In the case when the public entity refuses to implement a request to ensure accessibility or an alternative way of access to information, the requestor may submit a complaint concerning the failure to ensure digital accessibility of a website or a mobile app, or of an element of a website or a mobile app. Once the above-mentioned procedure has been exhausted, you can also submit a request to the Commissioner for Civil Rights Protection. Description of architectural accessibility of the University of Silesia rectorate building where Transform4Europe Office is based.