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Accessibility Statement

This accessibility statement applies to the archinfo.fi web service and was created on 8 September 2020. The service is subject to the law on the provision of digital services, which requires that public online services must be accessible. The accessibility of the service has been assessed by an external expert organisation.

The website is constantly updated and currently (September 2020) meets most of the accessibility requirements.

The website is not yet fully compliant with the requirements

Perceivable: Images’ alternative texts
Inaccessible content and its deficiencies:
Some of the website’s images still lack alternative texts. 

Accessibility requirement not met:
1.1.1: Non-text Content

Operable: Links in texts
Inaccessible content and its deficiencies:
The website has a lot of articles and texts which links are not yet in an accessible form. 

Accessibility requirement not met:
2.4.4: Link Purpose (In Context)


Did you notice an accessibility deficiency?

Did you notice an accessibility deficiency in our digital service? Please notify us of any accessibility deficiencies by writing to editor(at)archinfo.fi.

If you notice accessibility issues on the website, first leave your feedback with us, the administrators of the website. It may take up to 14 days to receive an answer. If you are not satisfied with the answer or do not receive an answer from us within two weeks, you may file a complaint with the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland. The agency website has detailed instructions (in Finnish and Swedish only) on how to file a complaint and how the issue will be handled.

Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland
Accessibility supervision unit
www.saavutettavuusvaatimukset.fi
saavutettavuus(at)avi.fi
Phone +358 2950 16000 (switchboard)

We are continuously working to improve accessibility

We are committed to improving the accessibility of digital services. We add alternative texts to our site’s images and fix inaccessible link texts. The goal is to get all links in an accessible format and alternative texts to all images by early 2021.