Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz is committed to making the websites of its domain “uni-mainz.de” as accessible to all users as possible. The legal basis for this is the LGGBehM (Landesgesetz zur Gleichstellung behinderter Menschen / State Law on Equal Opportunities for Disabled Persons) and the BITV RP (Barrier-Free Information Technology Ordinance of Rhineland-Palatinate).
This statement was created on September 23, 2020.
Current conformity with the requirements of the BITV RP
The websites of the domain "uni-mainz.de" are currently designed to be as barrier-free as possible within the scope of technical feasibility. During the upcoming university-wide website relaunch, the aim will be to further adapt the frame layout and provide for barrier-free access. Earlier adjustments to the design of the website than that planned would represent a disproportionate burden on Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz as defined in Art. 7 Par. 3 LGGBehM, thus making it currently exempt from the obligation to provide the barrier-free access specified in Art. 7 Par. 1 LGGBehM.
Feedback and contact
If you have any concerns relating to website accessibility, please contact:
Professor Franz Rothlauf
Chief Information Officer
Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
55099 Mainz, GERMANY
Office responsible for enforcement
In case you consider yourself still being discriminated against after the university's response to your feedback, you may contact the State Representative for the concerns of disabled persons:
State Representative for the concerns of disabled persons
Ministry for Social Affairs, Labor, Health, and Demography in Rhineland-Palatinate
55116 Mainz, GERMANY
phone: +49 6131 16-5342
fax: +49 6131 16-175342