Accessibility report

SAR-Sweden is responsible for this web site and we want for as many as possible to be able to use it. This page describes how lives up to the Swedish law on accessibility to digital public service. It also describes any known issues, and how you can report flaws to us, so we can solve them. We are constantly working to make sure that the web site fills the requirements set by law.

How accessible is the web site?

We are aware that we currently do not succeed in meeting all the legal or technical requirements for accessibility to digital public service. We are working to solve the issues, to make sure that you receive the digital service you have a right to.

Our ambition is not just to follow the law, but to give all the visitors of the web site an experience where they can perceive, understand, and use all the contents and functionality, in as equal a way as possible, on a web site which uses robust standards for its construction.

What can you do, if you can't use parts of the web site?

If you need information from us in another format, then you can contact us by:

Reporting flaws

We aim to improve the website's accessibility. If you discover problems that aren't described on this page, of if you believe we do not fill the requirements set by law, please notify us so we can address the problem


The Swedish Agency for Digital Government (DIGG) is responsible for the supervision of the law on access to digital public service. If you are not pleased with how we handle your request for content accessibility, you have the option to report to the Agency for Digital Government.

Technical information about the web site's accessibility

This website partially complies with the law on accessibility to digital public services due to the deficiencies outlined below.

Known accessibility flaws of the web site

Despite the web site being to a high degree compliant, it does have flaws that we are working on removing. Content that isn't fully accessible is described here:

  • Parts of the content in the pages of the web site resides within so called landmarks, which haven't been named. This makes it difficult for users with screen readers to know their purpose.

  • The inbuilt screen reader is not fully responsive and doesn't change appearance for users browsing on phone, which makes it difficult to use.

  • Some links lead to external web sites without notifying screen readers, using only visual icons to signal this.

  • Links to documents and external pages do not always describe where they lead to or that they are opened in a new browser window.

  • Content, structure and functionality in PDF documents has not been audited for accessibility. Samples indicates problem with accessibility.

  • In some places of the pages of the web site, a clearer focus on where you are, when navigating with a keyboard or voice control, is needed.

  • In the main menu, and certain links, the difference between holding your mouse cursor over them and not, is too small. This is true for example for the menu link "Find News" and page internal menus for page content.

  • A so called Aria Label is missing for the active link in the main menu, which prevents screen readers from telling what page in the main menu you are browsing.


How we have tested the web site


We have done a self estimation (internal audit) of the web site using our own expertise. We have also, in the production of the web site, had external experts audit parts of it.

Method for audit

Expertise and a number of accessibility testing tools.

The last audit was done on September 1, 2020.

The accessibility report was last updated on December 5, 2023.