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The Ministry of Social Affairs, Health and Integration of Baden-Württemberg endeavours to make its website accessible without barriers in accordance with Section 10(1) of the State Disability Equality Act (L-BGG).
This accessibility statement applies to the website https://www.dranbleiben-bw.de.
1. Status of compatibility with the requirements
This website is partly compatible with section 10(1) of the L-BGG because of the following incompatibilities and exceptions.
2. Non-accessible contents
The content listed below is not accessible for the following reasons:
a) Incompatibility with section 10(1) of the L-BGG.
- Videos partly without subtitles
- Missing provision of information in German sign language
- Missing provision of information in easy-to-understand language
We are working on the barrier-free implementation of the content listed above.
3. Preparation of this Accessibility Statement
This statement was issued on 08.07.2021.
The statement is based on a self-assessment according to § Section 4 (2), No. 1 L-BGG Implementing Ordinance (L-BGG-DVO).
The statement was last reviewed on 08.07.2021.
4. Feedback and contact details
If you notice any deficiencies in terms of compliance with the accessibility requirements, please feel free to contact us:
Ministerium für Soziales, Gesundheit und Integration Baden-Württemberg
Online editorial office
5. Enforcement proceedings
In order to ensure that this website meets the requirements described in section 10(1) of the L-BGG, you can contact the Baden-Württemberg Ministry of Social Affairs, Health and Integration and provide appropriate feedback. You will find the relevant contact details under point 4 of this statement.
If the Ministry of Social Affairs, Health and Integration Baden-Württemberg does not respond to your request within the period provided for in section 8 sentence 1 of the L-BGG-DVO, you can contact the State Government Commissioner for Matters relating to Persons with Disabilities or the municipal Commissioner for Matters relating to Persons with Disabilities within the framework of the ombudsman function described in section 14(2) of the L-BGG and section 15(3) sentence 2 of the L-BGG.
You can contact the State Government Commissioner for Matters relating to Persons with Disabilities as follows:
Landes-Behindertenbeauftragte Stephanie Aeffner
Geschäftsstelle der Landes-Behindertenbeauftragten:
Telefon: 0711 279 3360
You can find out the contact details of the municipal representative for the interests of people with disabilities responsible for you on the website of the city or district in which you have your permanent residence.
Please note the possibility of taking legal action in accordance with section 12(1) sentence 1 number 4 of the L-BGG.