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Declaration of accessibility

Declaration of accessibility

We hereby declare that the Regional Museum Maribor is accessible for use by as wide a range of vulnerable groups as possible by visiting the project websites.

The Maribor Regional Museum is committed to providing accessibility for its websites in accordance with the Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications Act and Directive EU 2016/2102 of the European Parliament and of the Council.

We will follow the WCAG 2.0 guidelines when developing websites.

The latter are a set of guidelines and standards whose main purpose is to make content published online more accessible to vulnerable groups.

This accessibility statement applies to the websites and

The websites of the Regional Museum Maribor comply as far as possible with the Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications Act.

The project websites allow you to:

  • selecting the size of all the fonts on the page using a command in the font picker (Ctrl and plus sign),
  • most of the pictorial material is accompanied by alternative descriptions
  • web links are mostly descriptive.

The content listed below is not accessible due to disproportionate burden:

In the future, when introducing new websites, we will ensure that they are adapted as far as possible for vulnerable groups and that different fonts are used for this purpose, within the limits of technical feasibility and proportionality of burden.

The materials published as attachments were mostly adapted for vulnerable groups. Spatial and project documentation aimed at the general public is published in text format to the greatest extent possible and verified with accessibility tools.

Alternative texts to the images and situations and logos are sometimes missing, and the images are mostly explained in the wider text. Project logos are not yet bookmarked.

In future, we will require external contractors to check all content against accessibility tools when creating project websites.

However, we are constrained in delivering benefits to users with different forms of disabilities by project budgets and pre-set financial cut-offs, most of which were timed before the Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Apps Act was passed.

We will also assess the technical feasibility, costs and benefits of moving all project content online to and as an alternative measure to improve accessibility for different vulnerable groups.

All information available at and

Your calls will be redirected to the appropriate people and we will respond to your emails within 8 working days.

This declaration was made on 14 October 2020.

The method used was the one referred to in Article 3(1), first indent, point (a) of Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2018/1523 - self-assessment of the public sector body.

The declaration was last revised on 28 December 2020.

If you find that the provisions of the Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications Act are not being complied with, you can lodge a complaint with the Information Society Inspectors by post or by email to:

The enforcement authority for any proceedings is:

Ministry of Public Administration
Information Security Administration of the Republic of Slovenia
Tržaška cesta 21
1000 Ljubljana