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Accessibility report

The Swedish Psychological Defence Agency is responsible for the website. Our goal is that as many visitors as possible can use it. Here we describe how we comply with the law on accessibility to digital public service (2018: 937), known accessibility problems and how you can report faults to us, so we can remedy them.

How accessible is the website?

We will not be able to guarantee that the website is fully accessible, but we will continuously work to improve it.

If you cannot use parts of this website

If you need content from us that is not available to you, but is exempt from the scope of the law as described here, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Tell us about any faults

We constantly work to make the website better. On this page we will list accessibility issues and shortcomings that we are aware. Please let us know if you find more issues, or if you think we do not meet the requirements of the law. It makes it easier for us to apply corrections and adapt accessibility going forward. Contact us.

If you are not satisfied

If you are not satisfied with how we meet requirements for accessibility, contact the Agency for Digital Administration, DIGG, and report it. It may be that you are not satisfied with how we managed your points of view, or that we have misinterpreted the legislation. DIGG is responsible for supervising the law on accessibility to digital public service.

Notification of lack of availability, DIGG

Technical information about website accessibility

This website is partially compliant with the act on Accessibility of Digital Public Services. Inaccessible parts are described here.

Content not available

Here we will tell you about content that is not available.

How we tested the website’s accessibility

We perform continuous self-assessment using internal testing of bliintelurad.se

The last assessment was made in May, 2022.