FIZ Karlsruhe – Leibniz Institute for Information Infrastructure makes every effort to make its web application RADAR www.radar-service.eu, accessible without barriers. The legal basis is the German Act on Equal Opportunities for the Disabled (BGG) and the Barrier-free Information Technology Ordinance (BITV 2.0) as amended from time to time.
Status of compliance with the requirements
The largest part of the RADAR web application is compliant with BITV 2.0 due to the points mentioned below. The BITV test was carried out as a self-assessment (92 test steps); most of the test steps have been fulfilled.
Alternative texts for graphics and graphical control elements will be added one after the other.
Keyboard operability is ensured
The keyboard focus is clearly visible throughout
Text can be enlarged, except for special features such as displayed menus.
The page layout was structured more clearly.
We continue to work on further improvements, for example, to
define headings and paragraphs consistently
further improve the navigation structure
Drafting of this declaration on accessibility
This declaration was drafted on July 20, 2021 based on the BITV / WCAG self-assessment (www.bitvtest.eu). The following pages were examined during the self-assessment:
list of data publications or search results
landing page of a data publication
login and registration pages
form pages for creating data packages, metadata annotation, and editing workspaces
This declaration was last updates on December 09, 2021.
Feedback and contact details
Have you noticed any shortcomings in barrier-free access to content on www.radar-service.eu? Or do you have questions on accessibility? Feel free to contact us by e-mail, mail or phone:
The Federal Government Commissioner for the Interests of Persons with Disabilities has an arbitration board according to § 16 BGG. The conciliation office has the task of resolving conflicts between people with disabilities and federal public bodies.
You can call on the conciliation office if you are not satisfied with the answers from the above-mentioned contact option. It is not about finding winners or losers. Rather, the aim is to find a solution to a problem together and out of court with the help of the conciliation office.
The conciliation procedure is free of charge. You do not need legal counsel, either.
You will find all information on the conciliation procedure on the website of the conciliation office. There you will learn how a conciliation procedure works and how to submit a request for conciliation. You can also submit the request in easy language or in German sign language.
You can contact the conciliation office at the following address:
Schlichtungsstelle nach dem Behindertengleichstellungsgesetz
bei dem Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für die Belange von Menschen mit Behinderungen