The MyCoRe community is committed to making its website https://www.mycore.de accessible, in accordance with the regulations stipulated in the Hamburgisches Behindertengleichstellungsgesetz (HmbBGG - lit. the Hamburg Law for Equal Treatment of Handicapped Persons) as well as the Hamburgische Barrierefreie Informationstechnik-Verordnung (HmbBITVO - lit. the Hamburg Accessible Information Technology Act) in order to implement the EU guideline 2016/2102. Current status of compatibility with legal guideline requirements Accessibility requirements are presented in §1 of the HmbBITVO in relation to §3 section 1 - 4 as well as §4 of the Federal BITV, established on the basis of §11 of the HmbBGG
This statement was prepared on 2020-10-14.
The statement was last reviewed on 2020-10-14.
This assessment is based on a self-evaluation.
Please inform us if you discover barriers on our website or if you encounter any content that requires explanation or content that is difficult to access: Please contact the MyCoRe Office.
You can also contact us via mail at: email@example.com.
We are an association of developers from various German universities and university libraries with the aim of jointly developing open source software. This website is also maintained and further developed jointly. If we do not process your feedback to the above-mentioned contact to your satisfaction, you can contact the arbitration board of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, as the office is located at the University of Hamburg. The arbitration board has the task of supporting an out-of-court settlement of disputes in the event of disputes between people with disabilities and public authorities.
Currently, the arbitration board is being established. Until further notice, please refer to the Senate’s arbitration authority:
c/o Handelskammer Hamburg
Geschäftsbereich Recht & Fair Play