Accessibility Statement

of Einbeck Tourismus

As public authority in the sense of the Directive (EU) 2016/2102, Einbeck City’s subject area Tourismus & KulturRing is aiming to make its Internet page as well as the subpages accessible in accordance with the regulations of the German Federal Law for Equal Opportunities for People with Disabilities (BGG) as well as the Accessible Information Technology Ordinance (BITV 2.0) implementing Directive (EU) 2016/2102.

State of Compatibility with Requirements

Accessibility requirements result from §§ 3 sections 1 to 4 and 4 of the BITV 2.0, that were decreed on the basis of § 12d BGG.

The compliance verification with the requirements will take place in the course of the year 2021. The basis will be a BITV self-assessment effected in cooperation with the company neusta. As the verification is still missing, no information can be given the accessibility or non-accessibility of this website. In the scope of the efforts for accessibility, a further re-design for accessible improvement of this online presence is scheduled for the course of 2021, in order to enable an extensive accessibility in the near future.

Status: February 2021

Feedback and Contact Data

We continue to work making and keeping the tourist Internet page of Einbeck City accessible and accurate. If you have any comments or would like to inform us on errors related to accessibility of the online presence, please use our contact form. We verify the site notified by you and correct errors or verify how we can remove the barrier for you.

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Arbitration Proceedings

At the arbitration board, set up at the State Officer for People with Disabilities in Lower Saxony, you can request the initiation of arbitration proceedings according to the Lower Saxony Law for Equal Opportunities for People with Disabilities (NBGG). If you have the opinion that your advice was not or only insufficiently followed up.

The arbitration board according to § 9 d NBGG has the goal to settle disputes between People with Disabilities and public authorities of Lower Saxony with regard to accessibility in IT. Arbitration is free of charge. It is not necessary to involve legal assistance.

You can directly contact the arbitration board under:

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