This accessibility notification covers the website of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Latvia: https://www.at.gov.lv/.
The Supreme Court in accordance with the Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 445 of 14 July 2020 “Procedures for Institutions to Post Information on the Internet” (hereinafter - Regulation No. 445) undertakes to make its website accessible.
The website has undergone a simplified accessibility assessment. Method used: “Guidelines for evaluating the impact of compliance with accessibility requirements for authorities' websites and justifying disproportionate burden” prepared by Ministry of Environmental Protection and Regional Development of the Republic of Latvia.
How accessible is the website?
The website of the Supreme Court partly complies with Regulation No 445 for the following reasons:
The TAB key provides access to all navigation elements (page sections and subsections), but the navigation does not have logical order and is not sufficiently transparent;
Not all images available on the website are accompanied by a textual alternative;
The contrast ratio of the gray elements is less than 4.5:1.
This website was last evaluated on 23.02.2022. The evaluation was performed by the Division of Communication of the Supreme Court.
Document supporting the assessment (in Latvian)
Feedback and communication
If you find any problems or shortcomings that are not mentioned in this notification or if you want to receive non-accessible content in a different format, contact us:
Telephone: +371 6020350
Address: Brīvības bulvāris 36, Rīga, LV-1511
We will review your request and respond within 7 days.
If we have not responded adequately to your submission or complaint regarding the accessibility of the content of the website, you have the opportunity to submit a complaint to the Ombudsman of the Republic of Latvia:
Ombudsman's Office: Baznīcas iela 25, Riga, LV-1010
Details of the preparation of the notification
This notification was drawn up on 23.02.2022.
The notification was confirmed by Rasma Zvejniece, Head of the Division of Communication of the Supreme Court.