Accessibility Statement fails WCAG 2.1
Websites and mobile applications MUST provide a regularly updated, detailed, comprehensive, and clear Accessibility Statement that meets specific requirements.
The Web Accessibility Directive requires that all public body websites and mobile applications provide a regularly updated, detailed, comprehensive and clear accessibility statement that meets specific requirements. Such a statement informs people about the challenges they may face using a website or mobile application and gives them a path to provide feedback on any accessibility barriers they may encounter and request accessible alternatives.
Fix this issue by ensuring the Accessibility Statement meets all WCAG 2.1 A/AA requirements.