At the address http://policytransfer.metropolis.org you can find a further official Metropolis city network (Metropolis Generalsekretariat, Avinyó 15, 08002 Barcelona, Spain).
Operator of the website is the Senatsverwaltung für Stadtentwicklung und Wohnen - Metropolis Regional Secretariat Europe, Württembergische Str. 6, 10707 Berlin-Wilmersdorf/Germany (hereinafter: Metropolis).The website is hosted in Berlin and therefore in Germany.
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Note: For a German translation of the Legal Notice, click here.
Contents published on the Metropolis site at http://policytransfer.metropolis.org have been diligently researched. However, Metropolis cannot assume liability for the currentness, accuracy or fullness of the provided information. No responsibility is assumed for the correctness of this information. Claims to liability derived from the use of this information against Metropolis or the operators of this website are hereby excluded. Despite diligent control of the content, Metropolis assumes no liability for the content of external links. The operators of linked sites are solely responsible for their content.
The website layout, graphics used and the collection of contribution are protected by copyright. The pages may only be reproduced for private purposes. Amendments to texts or graphics as well as public distribution are hereby prohibited.
The intention of the Barrier-free Information Technology Ordinance (BITV) is to enable access to all users, independent of the device used to retrieve the site. Barrier-free design and programming is not the same as disabled-friendly or programming for the blind. All users profit from a barrier-free implementation as the access to a site and its content are optimized, irrespective of whether a graphic browser, screen reading system, search engine etc. is used.
The requirements of the VVBIT – Administrative Regulations on the Creation of Barrier-free Information Technology in Berlin (pdf in German, 18 KB) are principally fulfilled. Older PDF documents are only partially barrier-free for technical reasons. We understand barrier freedom as a continuing process and shall continue in the future to further review, modify and optimize the website.