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We are pleased to announce the date for first EWP+ Town Hall meeting , on the 22nd of August at 2pm CEST (GMT+1). This forum will be part of a set of actions to ensure that no end-user is left behind. See more information about the Interoperability Reinforcement Plan here.

Because feedback and end-user input are critical in the roll-out and efforts to continuously improve the Erasmus Without Paper Network, we introduce the concept of Town Hall Meetings.

How is it different from a webinar? Town Halls are about your questions and thoughts. A bottom-up platform where we open the floor for discussion on the most pressing topics.

Have a question? We invite you to ask it! Please fill out the registration* form here.

The Town Hall will be livestreamed, and the recording will be available on the ESCI YouTube channel.

Follow the EWP network on LinkedIn and Twitter for regular updates. We are looking forward to seeing you on the 22nd of August!


*Data protection and waiver for the use of your personal image and name

By registering to attend this event, you agree to the terms and conditions indicated here to participate in the event and you also agree that EUF and EWP+ will process some personal data contained within the registration form (such as name, surname, email address, institution and position) for the purposes of enabling you to attend the event and to provide reporting information in relation to the event towards the DG EAC. In this regard, your data will be recorded and stored on the EUF’s storage solutions  for the duration of the Framework Service Contract EAC-2020-OP-0008 Lot1. For any doubt and to exercise your rights under the General Data Protection Regulation, please contact us via e-mail at contact [at] uni-foundation [dot] eu.

Please also note that a video recording will be taken during the event and might be used by the organisers in connection with public relation or advertisement activities (both print and online publications).

More information on our data protection policy and on the potential use of photos and video recordings in relation with organised events is available here. Please read the information carefully, and if you do not wish to agree to the processing of your personal data by us or to the terms and conditions regarding the attendance to the event, do not register/attend to it as by clicking the register button and submitting the relevant form we will log your consent.

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