Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia (REU)
 

LANDNET 2014 Conference

23-25 June 2014, Belgrade, Serbia

Landnet Conference, Belgrade, SerbiaWith financial support of the European Union, the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany and FAO, this year’s conference brings together more than 100 experts, aiming at exchanging research and practical experiences on agricultural land tenure and land management within the Europe wide LANDNET group as well as within the context of the Republic of Serbia. The conference is supported by the LANDNET group, the FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia, Budapest, Hungary and the project „Rural Development: Effective Land Management”, funded by the German Federal Government and the European Union, implemented by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ). The conference will be held in Belgrade from 23-25 of June 2014 in Crowne Plaza Hotel, Adriatic Mediterranean Room.

The tentative program, as outlined in the attached agenda, comprises the current work of the Europe wide LANDNET group, inter alia the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security, Land Consolidation and Integrated Voluntary Land Consolidation, as well as Combating Abandonment of Land. On the afternoon of June 25, a field excursion to the municipality of Boljevac will be conducted for interested participants, reflecting on current issues of land consolidation and abandonment of land, as well as learning to know the current situation on land issues in rural Serbia.

 

 Meeting documents and presentations

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Agenda

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Opening notes
Karl-Heinz Vogel

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From pilot experiences to land consolidation framework: the Latvian experience
Daiga Paršova

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On – going preparation of a land consolidation program in Macedonia

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Experiences with voluntary land consolidation and Rural Development programmig
Kiril Stoyanov

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Land consolidation and EU rural development policies - an overview
Richard Eberlin

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The Implementation of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security - an update
Rumyana Tonchovska

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Achievements / challanges in agricultural land management in Serbia
Zoran Knezevic

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Key Success Factors – The German Experience
Thomas Gollwitzer

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The importance of Land Consolidation in Serbia
Tomislav Pavlovic

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Introducing Best Practices in Serbia - Major Challenges in the Serbian Context
Rajica Mihajlovic

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Introducing Innovative Elements in Land Consolidation
Nenad Gvozdenovic, Michael Becker

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Way forward for Directorate for Agricultural Land or “how to come to the way forward?”
Joachim Thomas

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EU best practices for land consolidation
A case study from Serbia

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Combating farmland abandonment - Can we shift towards a proactive approach?
Eduardo Corbelle Rico

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Why is farm land abandoned in some places but not others? Presentation of case study of South-East Serbia
A. Cartwright, Marija Drobnjakovic

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Combating Abandonment of Land (AL) in Serbia Developing an interactive GIS and Remote Sensing based approach for monitoring abandoned land in Serbia
Jan-Peter Mund

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Integrated Voluntary Land Consolidation – A third land consolidation model for Central and Eastern Europe?
Morten Hartvigsen

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Software supported Voluntary Exchange of Land Parcels
Andreas Brieden

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Effective use of state land in land consolidation
Frank van Holst

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Unclear ownership: an European conundrum?
Margarida Ambar

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Feedback , Wrap Up and Next Steps: Messages for LANDNET and Serbia
Zoran Knezevic, Michael Becker

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Notes for Rapporteurs - Session: 2

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Notes for Rapporteurs - Session: 3

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Breakout session - Session: 4

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Break out session summary - Session: 4

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Field visit - Agenda

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POLJOPRIVREDNO ZEMLJIŠTE OPŠTINE BOLJEVAC
Slađan Đimiš

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Obavljeni radovi na komasaciji dela KO KRIVI VIR
Ljubiša Vidulović