Accessibility statement

Accessibility statement

Accessibility statement

  1. We are giving a statement from the Maribor Regional Museum on accessibility for use to the widest possible circle of vulnerable groups who visit project websites.

The Maribor Regional Museum undertakes to make its websites accessible in accordance with the Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications Act and EU Directive 2016/2102 of the European Parliament and of the Council. 

We will follow the WCAG 2.0 guidelines when creating websites.

The latter represent a set of guidelines and standards, the basic purpose of which is to increase the availability of content published online for vulnerable groups. 

This accessibility statement applies to websites in

The websites of the Maribor Regional Museum comply to the greatest extent possible with the Access to Websites and Mobile Applications Act. 

  1. Project websites allow you to: 
  • select the size of all fonts on the page using the command in the browser (Ctrl and plus sign), 
  • most of the pictorial material is provided with alternative descriptions
  • web links are mostly descriptive.
  1. The content below is not available due to a disproportionate burden: 

In the future, when introducing new websites, we will make sure that they are adapted to vulnerable groups as much as possible and ensure the use of different fonts for this purpose within the technical possibilities and proportionality of the burden.

We mostly tried to adapt the materials published as attachments to vulnerable groups. Spatial and project documentation intended for the general public is mostly published in text form and verified with accessibility tools. 

In some places, alternative texts to images and situations and logos are missing, and the images are mostly explained in a broader text. Project logos are not yet bookmarked.

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

However, we are limited in providing benefits for users with various forms of disability by the project budget and pre-set financial cuts, which were mostly set before the adoption of the Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications Act.

We will also evaluate the technical possibilities, costs and benefits of moving all web content projects to in as an alternative measure to improve the accessibility of different vulnerable groups.

  1. All information available on the websites and 
    • on the number: +386 2 228 35 51 during office hours,
    • at the e-mail address:,
    • in person at the Museum's headquarters during office hours, we add a link to the website:

We will redirect your calls to the competent persons accordingly, and we will respond to your electronic records within 8 working days.

  1. This statement was made on 14 October 2020. 

The method set out in the first indent of point (a) of Article 3 (1) of Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2018/1523 - self-assessment of a public sector body has been used. 

The statement was last reviewed October 14, 2020

  1. In the event of unsatisfactory responses to any notification or request sent in accordance with Article 8 of the Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications Act, you may submit an application to the Information Security Administration of the Republic of Slovenia. 
  1. The executive body for any proceedings is:

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