to the current revision and testing, the website is only partially compatible
with the accessibility requirements. The website is currently being revised in
accordance with the applicable requirements.
Which parts are not barrier-free?
ed* magazine is provided as a barrier-free PDF document. All other publications
are not yet barrier-free. If you come across a PDF document that is not
barrier-free, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Barrier-free forms
(e.g. form texts): We make every effort to provide you with a barrier-free
version. In this case, please contact us by e-mail.
- The alternative
texts for graphics and objects on the website are gradually being revised
in accordance with the guidelines on barrier freedom.
- Alternatives for
movement activation are not available.
- The alternative
texts for objects and graphics, the enlarged browser view as well as
content in easy language and German sign language are not yet available.
- Alternative texts
for control elements, (layout) graphics, objects exist
- HTML structural
elements for headings and lists exist
- Structured content
(concerns keyboard accessibility and reading via screen reader) exists
- Meaningful order
(concerns reading order for screen readers) exists
- Change text size
(browser and text zoom)
- Non-text contrast
(insufficient contrast for information-bearing graphics and graphic
- Text spacing
(overlapping of elements with text zoom)
- Videos are not subtitled and do not have audio description or full text alternative.
- Hover or focus to
(individual controls cannot be controlled via keyboard)
- Skip blocks
(concerns mechanism to bypass content blocks)
- Focus order
(concerns navigation under motor restriction)
- Link purpose (in
context) (meaningful description in the link text)
- Focus visible
(concerns operating mode in which the keyboard focus is visible)
- Label in the name
(accessible labelling of controls)
- Language of parts
(concerns use by screen reader)
navigation (labelling of recurring content)
- Consistent labelling
(uniform designation of menu items that belong together in terms of
- Input support
(automatic recognition of input errors)
- Syntax analysis
(errors in HTML syntax, concerns use by screen reader)
- Name, role, value
(labelling of controls)
- Accessibility and
compatibility features (listing of barrier freedom and compatibility
documentation (concerns heading structure and non-skippable blocks within
the declaration on barrier freedom)
- Technical document
check (concerns not fully barrier-free PDF documents)
- Focus highlight [AG1]
Date of drafting of the declaration
declaration was drafted on 24.05.2023.
Report barriers: Contact
you like to inform us about existing barriers or ask for information on the
implementation of barrier freedom? For your feedback and any further
information, please contact us at: email@example.com. Alternatively, you can reach us by telephone
at: 0032 2 282 0550
no satisfactory solution has been found even after your feedback to the
above-mentioned e-mail address, you can contact the Arbitration Board according
to Section 16 Principles of the Employers' Liability Insurance Association
(BGG). The Arbitration Board according to the Principles of the Employers'
Liability Insurance Association (BGG) has the task of supporting out-of-court
dispute resolution in the event of conflicts between persons with disabilities
and federal public bodies on the topic of barrier freedom. The arbitration
procedure is free of charge. No legal counsel required. For more information on
the arbitration procedure and how to apply, please visit: www.schlichtungsstelle-bgg.de.
can contact the Arbitration Board according to the Principles of the Employers'
Liability Insurance Association (BGG) directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on 030 18 527-2805.