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Accessibility to

The Department of Physical Geography and Ecosystem Science at Lund University is behind this site. We want as many people as possible to use our website. On this webpage, we describe how complies with the Swedish Act on Access to Digital Public Service, any known accessibility issues and how to report deficiencies to us so that we can rectify them.

How accessible is the website?

This website is partially compliant with the Swedish accessibility regulations.

Non accessible content

  • Certain documents covered by the Swedish accessibility regulations are not fully accessible
  • Certain forms lack labels
  • The mobile menu contains empty links
  • Some pages are missing corrects labeling of headings
  • Some pages are missing correct labeling of email addresses

Our goal is to resolve all known editorial accessibility issues as soon as possible. As for known technical accessibility issues, our goal is to resolve these issues by the end of 2020, when the website has been updated to the next version of the Drupal web publishing system.

Reporting accessibility problems with this website

We are constantly striving to improve the accessibility of the website. If you experience any issues not described on this page, or if you believe we are not compliant with the law, please let us know by filling in the web form below.

Report a lack of accessibility via web form

Enforcement procedure

The Agency for Digital Government is responsible for enforcing the accessibility regulations. If you are not satisfied by the way we respond to your complaint, you can contact the agency.

Contact information for the Agency for Digital Government –

Performed tests of the site

We have performed a self-assessment (internal testing) of The most recent assessment was made on 23 September 2020.