Regional Office
 

Land Tenure and Rural Development

Land tenure, rural development and natural resource management in Europe and Central Asia

Sustainable development of rural areas calls for a holistic approach, addressing many interlinked issues, such as land tenure, rural development and natural resource management. The Regional Office’s group for land tenure and rural development is active in addressing these issues.

Land Tenure
                                                                                                  

Rural Development
                                                                                               

Natural Resource Management
                                                                                                

Dear LANDNET Members,

This is to announce that the next LANDNET Workshop is planned for 26 to 28 May 2014 for 2.5 days in a venue still to be announced. We are in discussion with various potential hosts and will let you know as soon as possible.
 
As for previous LANDNET workshops, we will be able to sponsor up to two participants from non-EU member countries.
We would also be grateful if you could preliminary confirm to Ildiko your participation already now.
Attached is the proposed draft structure of the workshop. We will contact you individually for specific contributions or you may already now volunteer for certain topics.
 
Best regards and looking forward to see you in May.
 
Richard Eberlin
Land Tenure and Rural Development Officer
Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia
FAO - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

See the draft structure of the workshop

Current staff:
Richard Eberlin, Land Tenure and Rural Development Officer
Katalin Ludvig, Rural Development Consultant
Klara Szeker, Climate Change and Natural Resources Junior Technical officer
Ildiko Buglyo, Office & Technical Assistant

CONTACT

Land Tenure and Rural Development Officer:   Richard EBERLIN

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