NAPA and Ilisimatusarfik have held the first information meeting on the Nordic Arctic Co-operation Programme on 18 January 2022, which was held online as a webinar.
There were about 70 participants from i.a. Greenland, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Iceland.
The webinar provided information about the programme, and there was also room for participants to ask questions about projects that were answered by NAPA and Ilisimatusarfik.
The questions were, for example, whether applicants can see examples of a budget, whether there are application deadlines each year and whether the project must be new before applying, etc.
You can see questions and answers from the webinar in Danish and English.
Read more about Nordic Arctic Co-operation Programme.
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