Central European and Balkan Studies

Declaration of availability

General information

Central European and Balkan Studies 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 of public entities. The accessibility statement applies to the Central European and Balkan Studies website. Central European and Balkan Studies.

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Status in terms of compliance with the law

The website is partially compliant with the Act on Digital Accessibility of Public Entities’ Websites and Mobile Applications due to the non-compliance or exclusions listed below. Ensuring accessibility would entail excessive burdens for the public entity.

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– some images do not have alternative text – keyboard navigation does not work on some subpages – documents for download do not have information about the format, language and size

Preparation of the declaration on accessibility

  • The declaration was made on:

The declaration was prepared on the basis of a self-assessment carried out by a public entity.

Feedback and contact details

The following is responsible for considering comments and applications: Konrad Dominas, e-mail: cebs@amu.edu.pl, telefon:618294502.

Everyone has the right:

  • submit comments regarding the digital accessibility of the website or its element,
  • submit a request to ensure the digital availability of the website or its element,
  • request access to unavailable information in another alternative form.

The request must include:

  • contact details of the reporting person,
  • indication of the page or page element to which the request relates,
  • indication of a convenient form of providing information, if the request concerns the provision of unavailable information in an alternative form.

The application should be considered immediately, within 7 days at the latest. If it is not possible to ensure access within this period or to provide access in an alternative form, it will take place within 2 months from the date of notification at the latest.

Complaints and appeals

In the event that the public entity refuses to comply with the request to ensure accessibility or an alternative method of access to information, the person making the request may file a complaint regarding the provision of digital accessibility of the website, mobile application or element of the website or mobile application. After exhausting the procedure indicated above, you can also submit an application to the Commissioner for Human Rights.

Architectural accessibility

Collegium Maius Address: ul. Fredry 10, Poznań 61-701 Facility manager: Katarzyna Koszewska (Tel: 797 901 053, email: kosz@amu.edu.pl) Description: Near the entrance to the facility there are 2 parking spaces for people with disabilities: the first one at a distance of 0 .5m, the second 15m from the side entrances to the building (architectural conditions allow access to the building for people with disabilities from both sides of the car park) Main entrance to the building: no stairs, the entrance is from the so-called zero level, has a door that opens automatically. Inside the building: there are lifts that serve all levels and parts of the facility there are stair/vertical lifts: 1 x vertical lift from the main entrance (level-0) to the main hall level (level-0), 1 x vertical lift (level-0) 0) Slavic philology (no difference in levels), 1 x vertical lift from the library hall to level -1 of the main part of the building, 1 x stair lift in the main hall, there are 5 toilets adapted for people with disabilities: 1 x toilet for the disabled (hall main, level-0), 4 x toilets for the disabled (faculty library, levels 0,1,2,3), there are both elevators with voice announcements and Braille buttons, and without announcements. The information system for people with sensory disabilities includes: Five rooms with inductive loops for people with hearing disabilities, room numbers: – 014 Kuraszkiewicza – 220 – 327 – Śniadeckich Room – Mickiewicz’s Salon on the door to the rooms there are plates with the number of the room written in Braille 'a with the information stored in the QR code You can enter the facility with an assistance dog without any restrictions (pursuant to the Act on Vocational and Social Rehabilitation and Employment of Disabled People). Additional information: information boards are installed in the facility indicating the access to regular lifts and lifts for people with disabilities, as well as toilets for people with disabilities. No website of the facility. Contact details of the porter’s lodge or other persons providing information/assistance: Portiernia od ul. Fredry – tel. 61 829 46 70 Library concierge from ul. H . Kowalczyk – tel. 61 8 29 4600

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