The Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development endeavours to make its websites and mobile applications accessible to all in accordance with the Sächsisches Inklusionsgesetz (SächsInklusG), the Barrierefreie-Websites-Gesetz (BfWebG) as well as the Barrierefreie-Informationstechnik-Verordnung (BITV 2.0). The BfWebG is supplemented by the Barrierefreie-Websites-Verordnung (BfWebVO). These laws are in accordance with the EU Web Accessibility Directive 2016/2102.
This accessibility statement applies to
our homepage: https://dlgs-dresden.de
Degree of accessibility
The degree of accessibility is oriented on the international Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1) at conformance level AA and the European standard EN 301 549, version 3.2.1. For PDF documents, we observe the international standard PDF/UA-1.
Our website are only partially accessible according to the above guidelines.
partially accessible content
Preparation of the declaration
This declaration was prepared on 28 Aug 2023.
We constantly review the status of accessibility; the next evaluation will be on 2024.
Feedback and contact details
We are very interested in making our content accessible to you. If you notice any problems in the accessibility of our website or need information on content that is not accessible, please contact us.
We will try to resolve the reported problems or provide you with non-accessible information in an accessible form.
Dr. Shikha Ranjha
You have made a query regarding the accessibility of our websites and mobile applications using the above contact. If no satisfactory solution is achieved within a reasonable period of time (usually four weeks), you can contact the office of the State Commissioner for the Inclusion of People with Disabilities (Enforcement Office) at the Saxon State Chancellery, which is responsible for the relevant enforcement procedure. When disputes arise between public bodies in Saxony and users of websites or mobile applications, the Enforcement Office strives to find an amicable solution without recourse to the courts. This arbitration procedure is free of charge and participants do not need to appoint legal counsel.
For more information, please contact:
Geschäftsstelle des Landesbeauftragten für Inklusion der Menschen mit Behinderungen
Tel: 0351 564 10713
Fax: 0351 564 10999