Accessibility Policy on the site

Declaration of accessibility

The "Management Systems EU funds" to the Council of Ministers is committed to ensuring accessibility of MIS2020 for the widest group of users regardless of the technologies and skills.

We are actively working to improve the accessibility and usability of EUMIS and in doing so adhere to the existing standards and best practices.

To meet the requirements and criteria for accessibility level set by the European Commission on the websites of public administration, and also to meet the requirements of current Internet technologies, will adhere to the standards of WCAG 2.0 and the level of compliance "Double-A ".

Web Accessibility Initiative

EUMIS2020 will try to cover the level of accessibility double-A according to the latest standards of the World Wide Web Consortium - Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0), using the best practices and techniques.

WCAG 2.0 explains how the content of websites can be made more accessible to people with disabilities. Implementation of the guidelines will help more people to be comfortable and to enjoy the benefits of the Internet.

W3C Standards

EUMIS2020 will try to cover the level of accessibility double-A according to the latest standards of the World Wide Web Consortium - Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0), using the best practices and techniques.

Exceptions

Although we strive to provide compatibility with existing accessibility standards, it is not always possible in every aspect. Browsers and techniques for development and access to the Internet is growing very fast and sometimes some of the standard requirements for accessibility have become redundant. In this light, we continuously develop technological MIS2020 with a view to achieving high standards of accessibility and usability of content.

The project is funded by The technical assistance fund, financed by the financial mechanism of the EEA and the Norwegian financial mechanism 2014-2021