ForumCiv is launching a new organizational portal this fall
ForumCiv will shortly launch a new system for handling organizations and applications for funds and membership. The current system, ForumCiv’s organizational portal, will close and be replaced.
Dates for important updates
- October 2: The current organisational portal will cease to exist.
- Beginning of 2024: ForumCiv will launch the new organizational portal.
How will the updates impact organizations that are using the portal?
No information can be updated in the portal after September 28. We therefore encourage you to make any necessary updates before September 28. Should information need to be updated after this date, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. We also encourage you to download any information/documents that you would like to save, before September 28.
Is your organization about to apply for eligibility to apply for grants?
Organizations intending to apply för eligibility to apply for funds via the Swedish Partnership Programme, will have to wait to submit their application until the new organizational portal has been launched in the beginning of 2024.
Is your organization about to apply for membership?
Organizations intending to apply for membership with ForumCiv will have to wait to submit their application until the new organizational portal has been launched in the beginning of 2024.
What will the new organizational portal look like?
The new organizational portal will be launched in the beginning of 2024. More information will be published during the fall/or during 2024.
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