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Accessibility

The University of Freiburg makes every effort to ensure that its web pages are accessible to persons with disabilities in accordance with § 10 paragraph 1 of the L-BGG (State Act on Equal Opportunities of Persons with Disabilities).

This accessibility statement applies to web pages of the domain www.uni-freiburg.de. Additional websites and applications hosted by University of Freiburg institutes, faculties, and institutions may have different implementation instructions and thus also different accessibility statements.

1. Current State of Compatibility with the Requirements

Due to the current transition to a new content management system, we have not yet been able to check and document whether the website meets all accessibility requirements. Because we are now using the most recent version of a modern content management system (WordPress), however, we assume that it already meets many of the technical requirements. By the end of the year, we aim to analyze the website systematically with the help of a BITV self-test. Moreover, the state inspection office for media accessibility has announced that it will conduct an inspection. On the basis of the self-test and the results of the external inspection, we will continually implement the requirements described in the L-BBG.

These web pages are only partially compatible with § 10 paragraph 1 of the L-BGG due to the following incompatibilities and/or exceptions already known at this point in time.

2. Non-Accessible Content

The content listed below is not accessible to persons with disabilities for the following reasons:

a) Incompatibility with section 10, paragraph 1 of the L-BGG:

  • Subtitles or transcriptions are available only for some of the embedded videos.

However, in the case of non-accessible content for which we do not yet offer an accessible alternative, you can contact us using the contact options listed below so that we can offer you possible solutions or personal advice on your issue. Furthermore, your suggestions will help us to further adapt our content to make it more accessible.

3. Drawing Up of This Accessibility Statement

This statement was drawn up on 5 October 2020.

The statement is based in part on information from the WordPress accessibility team.

The statement was last reviewed on 5 October 2020.

4. Feedback and Contact Information

If you notice shortcomings regarding compliance with the accessibility requirements or if you need information on the content excluded from the application of  § 10 paragraph 1 of the L-BGG, you are welcome to contact us:

University of Freiburg
D1.1 Knowledge Management – Web Team
Friedrichstr. 39
79098 Freiburg
Germany

Tel.: +49 (0)761/203-67928
webmaster@uni-freiburg.de

5. Enforcement Procedure

In order to ensure that these web pages meet the requirements described in § 10 paragraph 1 of the L-BGG, we welcome you to contact the University of Freiburg with your feedback. The relevant contact information is listed in Section 4 of this statement.

If the University of Freiburg web team does not respond to your request within the period provided for in § 8 clause 1 of the L-BGG-DVO, you may contact the state representative for the interests of persons with disabilities or your local representative for the interests of persons with disabilities within the framework of the ombudsperson function described in § 14 paragraph 2 clause 2 of the L-BGG and § 15 paragraph 3 clause 2 of the L-BGG.

The state representative for the interests of persons with disabilities may be reached as follows:

Landes-Behindertenbeauftragte
Stephanie Aeffner
Else-Josenhans-Straße 6
70173 Stuttgart
Germany
Telephone: +49 (0)711/279-3360
poststelle@bfbmb.bwl.de

You can find the contact information of your local representative for the interests of persons with disabilities on the website of the urban or rural district in which your permanent residence is located.

We refer you to your right to take class action in accordance with § 12 paragraph 1 clause 1 number 4 of the L-BGG.