The 4th SEREN4 webinar for NCPs - “International cooperation in H2020 Secure Societies calls – Sharing experience with Latin American countries”

“International cooperation in H2020 Secure Societies calls – Sharing experience with Latin American countries”

Thursday 5th November, 15:00 to 16:30 CET

In this occasion, experts from Argentina will present some specific experiences and initiatives related to H2020 Secure Societies calls.

The webinar is addressed to all Secure Societies NCPs as well as to National NCP Coordinators from Latin American countries, where a SC7 NCP in particular is not appointed yet. The webinar is jointly organised by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MINCYT), SEREN4 partner in Argentina. The aim is to explore potential cooperation with 3rd countries, in particular Latin American countries, showing cases and sharing experience from the Secure Societies calls. 

Please register until 4th November filling the registration form here

The webinar will be offered via Go To Webinar (GTW) and the link will be sent to participants few hours prior to the start of the event.

 

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