Brussels Development Briefing – Linking food, geography and people
Thenext Brussels Development Briefingwilltackle thetopic of ‘Food,geography and traditions:Protecting agriculturaltraditional products’, bylookingat the challenges andopportunities forprotectingtraditionalknowledge andregistered agriculturalproducts in asustainable way.
The first sessionwill lookatdifferentways ofpreservingtraditional knowledge: frameworks,processes and tools, andwilldiscuss thevarious frameworks, uses andtools toprotect andpreservetraditional agricultural andfood products, aswell astheiradded value interms of quality, reputation, competitiveness,profitability and support to biodiversity.
The second panelwillreview thepotential oforigin-linkedtools for ACP producers, bylookingespeciallyatsustainability factors.
Thethird panelwillconcludewithsomekey future actions in support to ACP countries.
The Briefingwilltake place onWednesday15th May 2013 (9h00-13h15)at the ACP Secretariat, room C.
Youcanview the programme andregister onlineat: http://brusselsbriefings.net