The LEVEL UPAssociation undertakes to ensure that its website is accessible in accordance with the provisions of the Digital Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications of Public Entities Act of 4 April 2019.
The availability declaration applies to the website https://levelupngo.com/ .
Website publication date: .Date of last major update: .
Digital availability status:
- the order and hierarchy of the headings may be disrupted,
- zdue to the thematic similarity of the text blocks, there may be situations where the uniqueness of page titles has not been respected
- some graphics do not have alternative descriptions
Preparation of an availability statement:
Date of preparation of the statement:
The statement has been prepared on the basis of a self-assessment carried out by a public body.
Date of last review of statement::
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Feedback and contact details:
Are there problems on this website resulting from failure to meet digital accessibility requirements? Submit it to Justyna Panevska by email- email@example.com or by phone – +48 661 686 717
In your application, state:
- your name and surname,
- your contact information (i.e. phone number, e-mail),
- the exact address of the web page on which the item or content is unavailable,
- a description of the problem and proposition of comfortable solution for you.
Handling of availability requests and complaints:
We will respond to your request as soon as possible and no later than 7 days after receipt.
If this deadline is too short for us, we will let you know. In this information, we will give you a new deadline by which we will correct the errors you have reported or prepare the information in an alternative way. This new deadline will be no longer than 2 months.
If we are unable to ensure the availability of a digital website or content from your report, we will offer you access by an alternative means.
If you are not satisfied with our actions, you may write a complaint. If you continue to have comments on our activities related to digital accessibility, you can report them to the Commissioner for Human Rights