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Accessibiltiy is:

All people should be able to use this web·site.
There should be no obstacles.
That is what the law says.

For example:
Blind people cannot see a web·page.
Accessible means: the page is read aloud.

This declaration of accessibility is dated February 1, 2022.
We want further improve the web· site.
So that the page becomes completely accessible.
This will then be reviewed. The last assessment was on December 8, 2021.

Content that is not accessible
Some content is not yet accessible .
These are:

  • some pdf documents.
    Which can also be downloaded.
  • linked videos without sub·titles.

We still want to do
All pdf-documents should be made accessible.

All videos get subtitles.

Feedback and contact

Maybe this web·site is not yet fully accessible.
Maybe something is still missing.
For example

  • pictures.
  • explanations of abbreviations.

Write us then an e-mail:
The e-mail address is:


Or you can use our feedback form.

Get help here

You have asked a question.
And you are not satisfied with the answer.
Maybe there is even a dispute.

Then you can write to the conciliation office.
Or call.
The conciliation office helps.
So that the dispute stops.
And everyone can be satisfied.

This does not cost any money.
You don't need a lawyer either.

More information can be found on the web·site
of the conciliation office:


Schlichtungsstelle nach dem Behindertengleichstellungsgesetz (BGG)
Mauerstraße 53
D-10117 Berlin
E-mail: info∂