In compliance with the principles of accessibility and universal design established in Royal Decree 1494/2007, of 12 November, which approves the Regulation on basic conditions for the access of persons with a disability to technologies, products and services relating to the society of information and social media platforms, the Ministry of Culture and Sport works to guarantee all citizens -paying special attention to those with any type of disability and the elderly- in contact with the Department via their profiles, the ability to access information and electronic services in equal conditions, independently of their personal circumstances, resources and knowledge.
This website has been developed in accordance with Standard UNE 139803:2012 and adjusted to fit the requirements defined by the permanent work group Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) of the World Wide Web (W3C) Consortium, Double-A level. This Double-A level has currently been reached by most websites.
Last revision of accessibility: May 2018
Any user may report possible infringements in website accessibility requirements, identified difficulties of access to content or form, queries or suggestions on this matter via the Electronic queries form. You can also get in contact via any of the information channels provided by the Ministry.
Additionally, users can submit a request for accessible information and complaints regarding compliance with RD 1112/2018, of 7 September, on access to public sector websites and mobile phone applications via the Ministry’s Complaints and Suggestions form.