and Territories Association
FALAH - Family farming, lifestyle and health in the Pacific
The webinar took place on Thursday 10 June 2021, 21h-23h Brussels time.
We would like to thank the European Commission, the National Contact Points of Denmark, France and the Netherlands for sharing the key information about the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions for 2021-2027.
Many thanks to the University of New Caledonia, the first OCT institution coordinating an Horizon 2020 project, that provided an in-depth presentation on the reality of developping a RISE action, and their success developing and implementing their FALAH project, a great example of Pacific – continental Europe collaboration.
Thank you to Dr Philippine Chambault for sharing with us the journey to develop her MSCA funded project: WARMM with the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources, as an example of the Individual Fellowships within MSCA.
If you would like to see the presentations, please click on the Agenda items to download them.
The recording of the webinar – with timestamps to jump between presentations – can be watched here: WEBINAR RECORDING
21h00 – 21h05 | Connection and Welcome to the participants
21h05 – 21h30 | Presentation of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, Mr Gerard Bros, European Commission
21h30 – 21h45 | Presentation of the National Contact Points
Denmark: Presentation by Ms Marlis Erichsen and Ms Anne Maibohm
France: Ms Eugenia Shadlova
Netherlands: Ms Marleen van den Berg
21h45 – 22h20 | Success stories from the OCTs
Mr Olivier Galy and Mr Jean-Marie Fotsing, presentation project FALAH, University of New Caledonia – Click here to learn more about FALAH.
Dr Philippine Chambault, presentation project WARMM, Greenland Institute of Natural Resources
22h10 – 22h30 | Questions & Answers
Webinar moderated by Marta Fernández Fornieles, EU Programmes Advisor OCTA