The MSCA Video Conference MSCA2020.HR: MSCA impact and future challenges, held on 19th June 2020 under the Croatian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, served as a platform to discuss impact and importance of Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions on achieving fair and positive brain circulation, attracting and retaining excellent researchers, as well as inspiring participation in R&I programmes.
The Conference was organised by the Croatian Ministry of Science and Education together with the Agency for Mobility and EU Programmes as well as with the kind cooperation of the European Commission.
During the Conference “Zagreb Call for Action 2020 on Brain Circulation” was introduced – a document focused on achieving balanced brain circulation in Europe throughout a sustainable system of measures related to retaining, attracting, mobilisation, empowerment and rewarding talents in Europe. It also encourages synergies of structural funds and the European Research Area.
This Video Conference gathered more than 645 participants from all over the world!
The Agency for Mobility and EU Programmes (AMEUP) attempts to make its websites accessible in accordance with the Act on the Accessibility of websites and software solutions for mobile devices of public sector bodies of the Republic of Croatia (NN 17/19) of 23 September 2019, which presents transposing the Directive (EU) 2016/2102 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the accessibility of the websites and mobile applications of public sector bodies.
This accessibility statement applies to Croatian MSCA Video Conference website on the web location https://msca2020.hr.
Croatian MSCA Video Conference website is a temporary website and it is a part of the Horizon 2020 MSCA2020.hr project (GA 945526). After the end of the project, on December 16th 2020, the webpage will be closed/archived.
Croatian MSCA Video Conference website is partially compliant with the Act on the Accessibility of websites and software solutions for mobile devices of public sector bodies of the Republic of Croatia.
The content listed below is non-accessible due to non-compliance with the Act on the Accessibility of websites and software solutions for mobile devices of public sector bodies of the Republic of Croatia:
Increasing the level of accessibility
The Agency for Mobility and EU Programmes will implement corrective measures to address the inaccessible content of the https://msca2020.hr website as much as possible, following the training of employees to create, manage and maintain the content of website and software solutions for mobile devices under the Accessibility Act. This will be implemented by the Central State Office for the Development of Digital Society, in cooperation with the State School of Public Administration, the Information Commissioner and the national umbrella organization of persons with disabilities.
Preparation of this accessibility statement
This Statement was prepared on 22 September 2020, according to the Template of the Statement of Accessibility, which complies with the Directive (EU) 2016/2102 of the European Parliament and the Council on the accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public sector bodies.
The assessment of compliance with accessibility requirements is the result of a self-assessment. Tests were performed on the following operating systems, web browsers and mobile devices: MS Win10, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, IOS 13.3.1, Safari. Assistive technology used during testing: NVDA, Jaws, Voiceover.
Feedback and contact information
If you notice non-compliant content, which is not covered by this statement, please notify the Agency for Mobility and EU Programmes.
Phone number: +385 (0) 1 5556 498
Fax number: +385 (0) 1 5005 699
e-mail: [email protected]
Frankopanska 26, HR – 10000 Zagreb
Information Commissioner of the Republic of Croatia is the body responsible for monitoring the compliance of websites and programming solutions for mobile devices of public sector bodies with accessibility requirements, and for supervising the implementation of the Accessibility Act.
In case of unsatisfactory replies to the notification or request for feedback on the accessibility of this website, users can contact the Information Commissioner by phone +385 1 4609 041 or by e-mail: [email protected].