Declaration of availability

The Jan Karski Institute of War Losses undertakes to ensure the accessibility of its website in accordance with the provisions of the law of 4 April 2019 on the digital accessibility of public entities’ websites and mobile applications.

This accessibility declaration applies to this website.

The date the websitewas published:  2023-02-
The date of the last major update:  2023-02-

Digital accessibility status

The Institute's website is partially compliant with the Digital Accessibility Act for public entities' websites and mobile applications.

Inaccessible elements or content:

  • Some videos do not have subtitles for the hearing impaired. All new films added to our website will now have such subtitles.

Date of the declaration: 2023-02-07.

The declaration was made based on a self-assessment carried out by the public entity.

Date of the last revision of the declaration: 2023-02-07

Standard keyboard shortcuts can be used on this website.

The Institute's website is available in selected foreign languages.

Are there problems on this website due to a failure to meet digital accessibility requirements?

Pease report any problems to the Jan Karski Institute of War Losses by email at  or by phone on +48 (22) 290 39 45.

In your report, please provide:

  • your name and surname;
  • your contact details (e.g. phone number, e-mail);
  • the exact website address where the item or content is unavailable;
  • a description of what the problem is and what would be the most convenient way to solve it for you.

We will respond to your request as soon as possible, but no later than within 7 days of receipt of your report.

If the 7-day deadline is too short, we will inform you. In the message, we will set a new deadline in which we will correct the errors you have reported or prepare the information in an alternative way. This new deadline will be no longer than 2 months.

If we are unable to ensure the website’s or the content’s digital availability based on the report you have sent, we will offer you access to it in an alternative way.

If the entity refuses to comply with your request to provide accessibility or alternative access to the information, you can complain about this by contacting the Prime Minister's Office by clicking on the link which will open a new tab.

Once all possibilities have been exhausted, a complaint can also be sent to the Ombudsman. You can do this by clicking on this link which will open a new tab.

Access to the Jan Karski Institute of War Losses 

The Jan Karski Institute of War Losses has its headquarters in Warsaw at ul. Tadeusza Rejtana 17, rooms 16, 17, and 29, which are accessible by lift.

There is one entrance to the building which is adapted to the needs of people with mobility disabilities, including those in wheelchairs.

There is no braille or enlarged print signage in the building for blind or partially sighted people.

It is possible to enter the building with an assistance dog, guide dog, or attendant.

You can travel to The Jan Karski Institute of War Losses by your own means of transport, e.g. a car. Paid parking is available in front of the building, 100 metres from the main entrance. There are two marked parking spaces designated for disabled persons’ vehicles. Or it is possible to travel to us using public transport.

The nearest possible bus stop to us, using public transport, is WIŚNIOWA, RAKOWIECKA.

The bus Lines: 119, 138, 167, 168, and 222 will stop there.

On the ground floor of the “Centrum Biurowego PHN” building, in the lobby, you will see the reception desk. The reception staff will be able to assist you and, if necessary, direct you or contact a specific person.

There is a lift on the left side of the lobby. To get to the Jan Karski Institute of War Losses, select the appropriate floor (we are on floors 5 and 7). The lift is not equipped with a system to inform you when you are stopped on a particular floor. Also, there is no braille in the lift.

Persons who have difficulties in communicating and require assistance in communicating may be assisted by a member of the Institute's staff. To obtain assistance, you should contact us and declare that you need assistance at least 14 working days before the scheduled contact date, and indicate the chosen method of communication.