Accessibility statement

HUN-REN Veterinary Medical Research Institute (hereinafter referred to as the Institute) is committed to making its website accessible in accordance with Act LXXV of 2018 on the Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications of Public Sector Organisations.

This Accessibility Statement applies to

Compliance status

The content published on the Institute's website as of 10 November 2021 is accessible, however, with the following few exceptions, the website is only partially compliant with the law.

Non-accessible content

The content listed below is not accessible for the following reasons:

Non-compliance with Act LXXV of 2018

The list of publications is difficult to read for users using screen readers. Publications are published in abbreviated form on one page per year in English only. Due to the nature of the data, this may cause problems for text readers.

Disproportionate burden

Making the list of publications accessible to text-reading programs would impose a disproportionate burden on the Institute.

The content is not covered by applicable legislation

The imprint of the publication Acta Veterinaria Hungarica published on the Institute's website is in English only.

Akadémiai Beszámolók published on the Institute's website are in pdf format. Some of the documents currently published are non-compliant (these non-compliances do not prevent the information from being viewed).

Accessible alternatives

As an accessible alternative, the Institute undertakes to produce and make available to the user, where technically feasible, an accessible PDF version of the content requested by the user, based on the user's specific request, within 30 days of receipt of the request. The Institute shall send the accessible PDF to the user or replace the non-accessible version published on the website with an accessible version.

Preparation of the accessibility statement

This declaration was made on 14 April 2024.

Feedback and contact details

Responsible for accessibility and processing requests: Enikő Wehmann, senior research fellow.

Enforcement procedure

In the case of a potentially unsatisfactory response to the feedback, the person concerned may contact the HUN-REN HQ for redress at @email

This accessibility statement has been approved by
Tibor Magyar Dr. Director of the Institute.