Webinar on the First Call application submission process
The recording of this session is now available, in case you didn't attend or want to revisit some contents.
The Joint Secretariat organised a webinar addressed to all applicants interested in submitting a proposal to the First Call for Projects, on the 3rd of February 2023.
The purpose of this webinar was to provide clarifications to applicants on the process of registration and submission of applications on the SIGI platform. During the session, participants had the opportunity to address questions to the Secretariat related to this topic.
If you didn't had the opportunity to attend this session or want to revisit some contents, pelase find here the link to the recording.
We recall that the deadline for the submission of proposals under the First Call is the 17th of February, until 18:00 (GMT).
Published on: 2023-01-30
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