Dissemination Grant

Dissemination Conference Grants

Two calls of Dissemination Conference Grants, specifically contributing to the dissemination of SUSTAIN topics, are opened, please find below the dates and deadlines information.

Dissemination Grant

Grants Call 2024

Call opens: 1/02/2024
Call deadline: 30/04/2024
Decision communication: by 15/05/2024
Period to participate to the Conference:
1/02/2024 – 31/05/2024
Report delivery deadline: 15/06/2024

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Dissemination Grant

Grants Call 2024

Call opens: 1/06/2024
Call deadline: 30/08/2024
Decision communication: by 15/09/2024
Period to participate to the Conference:
1/06/2024 – 15/09/2024
Report delivery deadline: 1/10/2024

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Funding: up to EUR 1000 for face-to-face conferences or EUR 300 for virtual conferences.

Please find more information on the activities of the COST Action SUSTAIN, CA21144 at https://www.cost.eu/actions/CA22144/.

To participate to the call please fill the Template available at:

After the ITC Conference Grant:

Complete a Report within 2 weeks from the day of your presentation using the report Template available at: 

The submission of Report within 2 weeks from the day of your presentation is a condition of the award and is required to receive the funds.

 The presentation/poster should explicitly acknowledge the Cost Action by adding “This presentation/poster is based upon work from COST Action SUSTAIN, CA21144, supported by COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology)”

Funding is also subjected to the acknowledgement of inclusion of necessary supporting documents to claim the grant:

– the certificate of conference attendance.

– the programme of the conference or book of abstracts / proceedings indicating the presentation (oral or poster) of the grantee.

– copy of the given presentation (oral or presentation)

If you have questions about the grant applications, get in touch with SUSTAIN’s Grant Awarding Coordinator, Giulia Atzori, [email protected].



COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) is a funding agency for research and innovation networks. Our Actions help connect research initiatives across Europe and enable scientists to grow their ideas by sharing them with their peers. This boosts their research, career and innovation.

COST Action CA22144

Salinisation, the accumulation of water-soluble salts in the soil, is one of the major causes of soil degradation affecting 833 million hectares of land and 1.5 billion inhabitants worldwide. However, these lands can be used by applying saline agriculture, involving soil, water and salt-tolerant crop management methods.

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