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Declaration of accessibility

NOSPR commits itself to provide accessibility of its website in compliance with the provisions of the Act of 4th April 2019 on digital accessibility of websites or mobile applications of public sector bodies.

The declaration of accessibility applies to the following website: http://www.nospr.org.pl

The website complies with the Act of 4th April 2019 on digital accessibility of websites or mobile applications of public sector bodies.

The declaration was made on the following day: 2019.09.01

The declaration was based upon self-evaluation performed by the public sector body.

Feedback and contact data

In case of issues related to accessibility, please contact Manager of NOSPR PR Department: tel. + 48 32 73 25 308, pr@nospr.org.pl

Everyone has the right to demand digital accessibility of a website, a mobile application or an element thereof. You may also demand making information accessible through an alternative channel of access.

Such a request should incude: data of the person making the request, indication of the website or mobile application concerned and preferred mode of contact.

If a person making such a request indicates the need to receive information through an alternative channel of access, they should also indicate a way of presenting information suitable for them.

A public sector body should grant the request without unreasonable delay, no later than 7 days after the request is made. If unable to do so, the public sector body shall promptly notify the person making the request on when it will be practicable to grant it, but the time for making information accessible cannot exceed 2 months since the request is made. If providing digital accessibility is not practicable, the public sector body may propose an alternative channel of accessing information. In case of a public sector body denying to grant a request for accessibility or alternative channel of communication, the person making the request may file a complaint concerning providing digital accessibility of a website, a mobile application or an element thereof.

After the procedure described above is exhausted, it is also possible to lodge an application with the Commissioner for Human Rights.

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