Unia aims to make its website accessible, in accordance with the law of 19 July 2018 on the accessibility of public authorities' websites and mobile applications transposing Directive (EU) 2016/2102 of the European Parliament and of the Council.
This accessibility statement applies to www.unia.be.
This website has the AnySurfer label, and therefore fully complies with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines version 2.1 level A.
This website partly complies with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines version 2.1 level AA, because the requirements below have not been met and/or because the following exemptions apply.
The content below is inaccessible for the following reason(s):
On some of the older web pages, the purpose of certain 'read more' or 'show more' links may only be deduced from the surrounding text. We are working to make these links accessible so that the purpose of each link is clear.
The content falls outside the scope of the applicable legislation:
Www.unia.be has an extensive database of articles, publications, case law and legislation on discrimination and racism. This archive sometimes still contains old PDF files that are not fully accessible. Also pdf-files we received from external parties (e.g. scans of jurisprudence) are not always in accordance with the rules. Do you come across such an appendix and is it not accessible to you? If so, be sure to let email@example.com know, and we will then commit ourselves to making this document accessible to you.
Drawing up this accessibility declaration
This accessibility statement was drawn up on 17/09/2020.
This accessibility statement was drawn up on the basis of an assessment by AnySurfer on 7 January 2019 and a self-assessment. The website will be re-screened in January 2021.
The accessibility statement was last revised on 17/09/2020.
Feedback and contact details
Are you experiencing an accessibility problem with this website? Please report this to firstname.lastname@example.org, and indicate the location (link) of the web page where you encountered the problem.
Are you not satisfied with Unia's response to your notifications or requests sent in accordance with Article 7(1)(b) of the Directive? If so, you can initially lodge a complaint via the Unia website. Not satisfied yet? Then there are various ways to submit a so-called second-line complaint to the Federal Ombudsman.