The Ministry of Culture and Sport is committed to making its website accessible in accordance with Royal Decree 1112/2018 of 7 September on accessibility of public sector websites and applications for mobile devices.
This accessibility statement applies to the website:
This website is partially compliant with Royal Decree 1112/2018 , due to the exceptions and lack of compliance in the aspects indicated below.
The content listed below is not accessible for the following reasons:
- Lack of compliance with RD 1112/2018
- On some pages, part of the non-text content presented to users does not have a text alternative which serves the same purpose [Compliance Criterion 1.1.1]
- On certain pages there is no audio description for the recorded video content which would enable a blind person to understand the content [Compliance Criterion 1.2.3]
- On some pages the information, structure and relationships are not determined by software or do not have a text alternative. [Compliance Criterion 1.3.1]
- Some forms do not identify the purpose of the data entry fields. [Compliance Criterion 1.3.5]
- On some pages there is not enough contrast between foreground and background on user interface components and graphics for partially sighted people to be able to read the content. [Compliance Criterion 1.4.11]
- There may be interaction elements which are not accessible via the keyboard. [Compliance Criterion 2.1.1]
- Some pages have components with automatic movement with no mechanism to pause it. [Compliance Criterion 2.2.2]
- Users can interact using the keyboard and browse the content in order, but the information may not be in the correct order. [Compliance Criterion 2.4.3]
- When browsing some pages, the keyboard focus is not sufficiently indicated. [Compliance Criterion 2.4.7]
- Portals may have content in multiple languages where the change of language is not tagged correctly. [Compliance Criterion 3.1.2]
- Disproportionate burden
- Content outside the scope of the applicable legislation
- There may be documents in PDF or other formats or multimedia content which do not fully comply with accessibility requirements.
Preparation of this accessibility statement
This accessibility statement was prepared on 1 December 2021.
The method used to draft this statement was an assessment by a third-party member of the World Wide Web Consortium W3C.
Last revision of the declaration: 1 December 2021.
Feedback and contact information
You can send messages regarding the accessibility requirements (Article 10.2.a of Royal Decree 1112/2018, of 7 September, such as:
- Reporting any non-compliance by this website
- Remarking on other difficulties in accessing content
- Asking questions or offering suggestions for improvement regarding the website's accessibility.
On the following channels:
Communications will be received and processed by the Information Technology Division of the Ministry of Culture and Sport.
Requests for accessible information and complaints: In accordance with Article 12 of RD 1112/2018, these must be filed and registered according to the requirements of Law 39/2015, of 1 October, on the Common Administrative Procedure of Public Administrations. You may begin this process using the Ministry’s Complaints, suggestions and congratulations form.
If a request for accessible information or a complaint has been rejected and the person concerned does not agree with the decision, or the reply does not meet the requirements set out in Article 12.5 of Royal Decree 1112/2018, they may initiate a complaint. A complaint may also be lodged if a reply has not been received within twenty working days.
The complaint can be submitted via the Ministry e-Office with a digital certificate, or using any of the other options specified in Law 39/2015, of 1 October, on the Common Administrative Procedure of Public Administrations.
Complaints will be received and processed by the Accessibility Unit of the Ministry of Culture and Sport.
- Have been designed following current accessibility standards and regulations, complying with Priority 2 checkpoints (AA) as defined in the Website Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1)
- Meet the requirements of Standard UNE-EN 301549 v1.1.2:2015 , considering the exceptions of Royal Decree 1112/2018
- They are designed to be viewed correctly on desktop devices, tablets and mobile phones for a minimum resolution of 1280 x 1024
- The markup language used is HTML5 with CSS 3 style sheets. Their accessibility has been checked using the HTML validator tool with a favourable result.
- In the event that the user accesses the portal using a browser that does not support style sheets, the structural markup enables a correct display of all the content. When selecting the style-free option, the pages will be displayed without any form of visual formatting.