Culture for All Service
The Multilingual Library in Helsinki
Multilingual Month in Finland
Logos Daniel Malpica
structure and design (based on WordPress) Outi Korhonen and Oona Simolin
Multilingual Month was established 2017 as a part of Multilingualism and Diversity as a Resource in the Cultural Field – a sub-project of Norden2020, by Culture for All.
Graphic design by Daniel Malpica
This accessibility statement applies to the website multilingualmonth.org.
The most recent update on this statement was made on May 21st 2021.
What do accessibility and Accessibility statement mean?
Accessibility Statement tells about the accessibility of a web service.
Accessible web service can be used by as many people as possible. Accessible web service can be used by for example disabled people.
This website is mainly accessible and easy to use. However, parts of this website are not fully accessible.
Deficiencies in the accessibility of the website
Non-accessible content and its deficiencies:
The contrast of the active title and background is not strong enough in the main menu.
Accessibility requirements that are not met:
- 1.4.3 Contrast (Minimum)
Reason for non-compliance: we will try to fix this as soon as possible.
Accessibility of files
There are numerous files at our website, in DOCX and PDF format, among others. We aim to make the files we produce ourselves as accessible as possible. However, some files published before 23 September 2018 might not be accessible.
Reason for non-compliance: do not fall under the pertinent legislation. These files were published before 23 September 2018.
Please give us feedback
Have you noticed a problem with the accessibility of our website? Please let us know and we will do our best to correct it.
You can also send an email to: email@example.com.
You can also call in your feedback: 040 674 3528 (Rita Paqvalén, country code +358).
It may take up to two weeks for us to reply.
We are committed to improving the accessibility of our website continuously, based on the received feedback.
We offer support to users for whom some parts of the website are not accessible.
Etelä-Suomen aluehallintovirasto / The Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland monitors the implementation of accessibility requirements. If you notice accessibility deficiencies at our website, you should first give feedback to us, the administrators of the website. If you are not satisfied with the answer or don’t receive a reply within 14 days, you may file a complaint with The Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland. The agency’s website provides detailed information (in Finnish and Swedish) on how to file a complaint and how it will be processed.
Contact details for supervisory authority
Etelä-Suomen aluehallintovirasto / The Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland
Saavutettavuuden valvonnan yksikkö / Accessibility Supervision Unit
www.saavutettavuusvaatimukset.fi (in Finnish and Swedish only)
telephone: exchange 02 9501 6000 (Country code +358)