This event is aimed at all beneficiaries and potential candidates of H2020 contracts/projects who are required to comply with Article 32, in which it is necessary to take measures to implement the European Charter and the European Code (C-C), for the benefit of all researchers and their institution. Horizon 2020 (H2020) is the framework programme set up by the European Commission as a funding instrument for research and innovation activities. Subsidy agreements are contracts signed between the beneficiaries and the Commission. When these contracts are signed, the obligations of the beneficiaries are defined. Here you can check the annotated model of the grant agreement (AMGA). Responsibilities arising from human resources management in research are addressed in section 32 of amGA under the title “Researcher Recruitment and Work Conditions.” In particular, this article shows that recipients must take the necessary steps to implement the principles of the letter to researchers and the code of conduct for the recruitment of researchers, the Charter-Code. These principles will refer to them: what kind of documents do recipients need to keep to prove that they have complied with section 32? Can you give an example of the documentation required? Do the documents that need to be kept have to be researchers for H2020 purposes or for all researchers in general? DG RDT explains the structured implementation of the C-C principles for the researchers` human resources strategy (HRS4R) in order to comply with Article 32; The Commission`s services are successfully implementing and are a first step towards compliance with Article 32 of the H2020 grant agreement. The beneficiary would not comply with Article 32 if one of the following situations arose: the European Commission can verify that Article 32 is being complied with through the review, project review, audits and investigations carried out by the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF), and that the recipient of the H2020 grant could be asked to prove that Article 32 has been properly applied. The most direct way to comply with Section 32 is the recipient institution that receives the “Human Resources Excellence in Research” logo. As we will describe it, this logo is a recognition of the European Commission`s recognition of the institutions that have indicated that they are in the process of bringing their policy into line with the principles of the Charter and the Code.
This process consists of five steps. You will find information about this link. In this section, we deal with questions frequently asked by Spanish institutions about compliance with Article 32. The answers to these questions are clear and you are also cordially invited to send your own questions to email@example.com. Marie-Slodowska Curie shares include a grant agreement with a modified Article 32, unlike other European projects. Responsibilities are of course aligned with the Charter – Code, but the article emphasizes the employment contract, the supervision of the researcher, etc. You can check the responsibilities of the article in the AMGA. It is important to note that section 32 is one of those “Best Effort Obligation” articles; Therefore, recipients must take all possible steps to resolve potential conflicts that may arise between their policies/practices and the principles set out in the Charter and Code.