This accessibility statement applies to the site www.joensuu.fi.
The Act on the Provision of Digital Services, which stipulates that public online services must be accessible, is applied to the service.
Level A and AA criteria of WCAG 2.1 accessibility requirements have been followed in the design and implementation of the website. The website has been published on 27th of February 2019.
The online service meets mostly the accessibility requirements. The accessibility of the online service has been evaluated by Avaava Digital Oy.
This accessibility statement has been updated on 25th of January 2021.
Shortcomings observed in the online service
Semantic headline structure
H1–H4 tags used in headlines are missing levels, since the anchor/jump links of the site are implemented as H2-headlines and non-anchor/jump links are implemented as H3-headlines. Because of this, the next headline following H1-headline is either H2 or H3.
Google Calendar embedded on the website www.joensuu.fi/ohjaamo doesn’t meet accessibility requirements.
Meetings of the City Council is streamed live in YouTube in address www.youtube.com/joensuunkaupunki. The meetings can be watched also afterwards in the same address. The live streamings or recordings of the Council’s meetings aren’t subtitled because this would constitute an unacceptable burden. Other videos published by the City are subtitled. The agendas and decisions of the City Council’s meetings can be read online: Read agendas and minutes (in Finnish)
All the PDF files aren’t yet accessible.
Feedback about accessibility
There’s a web form for feedback about accessibility: Fill in a web form of the City of Joensuu to give feedback about accessibility or send an email to email@example.com.
If you notice accessibility problems on the site, first, give feedback to us, the administrator of the site. It may take 14 days before we answer. If you aren’t satisfied with the answer you received or you don’t receive any answer within two weeks, you can report the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland. From the site of the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland you can find detailed information on how to make a report and how the matter is addressed.