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Report accessibility problems or request accessible material

We want all our websites to be accessible and to function well for all. If you discover any accessibility problems, you can report them here. You can also request to partake of material in accessible format.

Report accessibility problems

Each one of the Swedish Research Council’s websites has a statement showing how well it complies with the legal requirements for accessibility. It also states known accessibility problems – and if you find any other problems, we would like you to report them via the form below.

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If the lack of accessibility is because the website does not function with an aid, please tell us which:
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Request to partake of material in accessible format

Everybody should be able to partake of our material direct on our website. Sometimes we may not succeed in this.

If you experience problems, please contact registrator@vr.se to request to partake of material published on any of our websites in accessible format. Please state the material and the page/URL it is published on, plus in what format you wish to partake of the material.

To enable us to send this material to you, please provide us with contact information, such as an email address. If you provide personal data in your request, the Swedish Research Council will manage this according to the General Data Protection Regulation (EU 2016/279).

Read more about how the Swedish Research Council manages personal data here (in Swedish).

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