The Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute pledges to ensure the availability of its website in compliance with the provisions of the Act of 4 April 2019 on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities. This statement applies to the website of the Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute: http://www.instytut-teatralny.pl.
Website publication date: 11/06/2021
Date of the last major update: 11/06/2021
The website is partially compliant with the Act of 4 April 2019 on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities, due to incompatibilities or exclusions listed below:
- Lack of audio descriptions and/or captions and/or translation into Polish Sign Language (PJM) for some of the video content (resources will be adapted to meet the aforementioned needs during further implementation of the website)
- No alternative texts for some of the graphics and photos on the website
- Lack of transcription/OCR of some documents and their scans posted on the website (resources will be adapted to the above-mentioned needs in accordance with the principle of not excessively burdening the public entity)
- Some of the posted documents and their scans may not be fully readable by blind-compatible programs
- Fragments of foreign language content are not marked with the lang tag
- Occasional idioms, jargon, unusual words; lack of explanations for texts requiring reading skills higher than lower secondary school
- Partial lack of a11y-system identifiers
Standard browser keyboard shortcuts can be used on the website.
The website has been designed in such a way as to enable it to be used by the widest possible group of recipients. The published content is hierarchical, and the language we use is understandable and accessible. This allows for effective delivery of the message, as well as – in situations requiring it – for effective support of assistive technologies. None of the used functionalities has a time limit. The site does not present flashing content, nor does it use the “pop-up” function (pop-up windows). The interface and structure used allow for efficient navigation – also using the keyboard / hotkeys.
The statement was made on: December 20, 2021
The declaration was prepared on the basis of a self-assessment carried out by a public entity.
FEEDBACK AND CONTACT DETAILS
In case of possible issues with the digital accessibility of the website by people with visual or hearing disabilities, please contact us. The accessibility coordinator at the Theatre Institute is Anna Gołębiowska, email@example.com (tel. +48 791 877 377). In the same way, you can submit requests for access to unavailable information and complaints about the lack of accessibility.
You can contact the secretary of the Theatre Institute by calling +48 22 501 70 02 or by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Audience Service Office of the Theatre Institute can be contacted by calling +48 791 877 377 or by sending an e-mail to the following address: email@example.com.
The Department of Communication and Promotion (address: PR@instytut-teatralny.pl) is responsible for editing and maintaining the website.
APPLICATION AND COMPLAINT PROCEDURE
Everyone has the right to request the availability of a digital website, mobile application or any element thereof. You can also request information in alternative forms, for example to read a digitally unavailable document, describe the content of a film without audio description, etc. The request should include the data of the reporting person, an indication of which website or mobile application it is about and the preferred method of contact. If the requesting person requests information in an alternative form, they should also specify the form of this information.
The public entity should fulfill the request immediately and no later than within 7 days. If it is not possible to comply with it, the public entity shall immediately inform about when the request will be possible to fulfill, however, this period may not be longer than two months. If accessibility is not possible, the public entity may propose an alternative way of accessing the information.
In the event that a public entity refuses to comply with a request to provide access or alternative access to information, a complaint may be filed against such action.After exhausting all possibilities, the complaint can also be sent to the Ombudsman. Link to the Ombudsman’s website: https://www.rpo.gov.pl/pl/kategoria-tematyczna/dostepnosc-wcag