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du: 27 Jun 2014
au: 27 Jun 2014

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Conference on Family Farming: A model that ensures our food security and a sustainable rural development for our future?

In 2011 the General Assembly of the United Nations declared 2014 as the International Year of Family Farming (IYFF) and invited FAO to facilitate its implementation in collaboration with relevant stakeholders. Principal aim of the year is to highlight the importance of family farms for global food security. This topic is relevant for Swiss policies at both national and international level. This conference provides representatives from Parliament, government, academia and civil society the opportunity to share views on family farming. Overall objectives • Identify the role and responsibilities of family farming with respect to food security and sustainable rural development. • Recommendations for improving the policy environment and strategies in support of family farming at the national and international level. The recommendations will be included in a declaration

Lieu: Route de Grangeneuve 31, CH - 1725 Posieux, Switzerland


du: 26 Jun 2014
au: 27 Jun 2014

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23d Ordinary Session of the AU Assembly of the Heads of States and Government

The AU Joint Conference of Ministers of Agriculture, Rural Development, Fisheries and Aquaculture (28 April-2 May 2014, Addis-Ababa, Ethiopia) adopted Resolutions focusing on seven commitments to realize Africa’s Accelerated Agricultural Growth and Transformation Goals to be achieved by 2025 – 3AGTGs 2015) including ending hunger in Africa. The Ministers recommended that these goals should constitute the key items to guide the Debate of the AU Assembly, in Malabo and a declaration be adopted in this regard during the summit. The Director-General of FAO, José Graziano da Silva, has been invited to take part in the Debate at the Summit scheduled for 26th June 2014 on the African Year of Agriculture and Food Security.

Lieu: Malabo, Equatorial Guinea


du: 23 Jun 2014
au: 24 Jun 2014

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The international conference on Feeding Cities: Rural-Urban Connections and the Future of Family Farming

The conference will celebrate the International Year of Family Farming, and will address questions and issues concerning the future of family farming in an increasingly urbanized world. This two-day conference will gather scholars, students, policymakers and practitioners working on issues concerning family farming, sustainable food systems, and food security. Speakers from Canada, the United States, Mexico, Europe, and Africa will explore issues concerning the status and future of family farming around the world

Lieu: Centre for Studies in Food Security, Ryerson University,Toronto, Canada


du: 21 Jun 2014
au: 21 Jun 2014

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"Piccola agricoltura sfide globali"

Evento promosso nell'ambito della campagna nazionale Orti in Festa 2014

Lieu: Pontecagnano, Italia


du: 16 Jun 2014
au: 18 Jun 2014

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Agrifuture Days 2014 conference - “ICTs enabling Family Farming”

The following 3 key issues in areas where the application and the use of ICTs make a difference for family farming will be focused in the conference program. 1. Informing farmers and family farming communities 2. Improving family farm’s production, productivity and marketing efficiencies 3. Enabling greater resilience in family farming. The Club of Ossiach, as AgriFuture Days organizer, invites speakers from private, public, commercial, community and research sectors to send us their proposals for participation and presentations.

Lieu: Villach, Austria


du: 15 Jun 2014
au: 15 Jun 2014

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International Year of Family Farming, developed by Agri Aware and Dublin Zoo

Celebrations to mark the International Year of Family Farming, at Family Farm, developed by Agri Aware and Dublin Zoo. Guests will be given tours of the farmyard, a demonstration of butter churning and a nutritional talk. They can also watch Bella the Family Farm dairy cow being milked and sample quality Irish produce.

Lieu: Family Farm, Dublin Zoo, Phoenix Park, Dublin 8, Ireland


du: 12 Jun 2014
au: 14 Jun 2014

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The Village of Innovations

Association of Humanitarian Action Service (ASAH)

Lieu: Paris, France


du: 9 Jun 2014
au: 27 Jun 2014

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Family Farming Expo- Farmers' market

Over the next three weeks FAO is hosting a small family farmers' market in the atrium. Products for sale include pulses, cereals, honey, biscuits, jams, olive oil, pickled fish, vegetable pâtés, dried fruits and many more. The families and co-operatives involved come from all over Italy. The market is open from Monday to Friday, 9-17:00.

Lieu: FAO Headquarters, Rome, Italy


du: 6 Jun 2014
au: 6 Jun 2014

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Se lanza en Mendoza el Año Internacional de la Agricultura Familiar

La Subsecretaría de Agricultura Familiar del Ministerio de Agricultura, Ganadería y Pesca de la Nación, el Gobierno de Mendoza, la Federación de Organizaciones Nucleadas de la Agricultura Familiar (FONAF), la Unión de Trabajadores sin Tierra de Mendoza, perteneciente al Movimiento Nacional Campesino Indígena (MNCI) y otras organizaciones del sector lanzan el Año Internacional de la Agricultura Familiar (AIAF).

Lieu: Nave Cultural, Av. España y J.A. Maza, Mendoza, Argentina


du: 5 Jun 2014
au: 5 Jun 2014

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Year of the Family Farm Conference - Family Farming in Ireland: Continuity & Change

As part of the FAO Year of the Family Farm Teagasc are hosting a one day conference exploring the theme of Family Farming in Ireland: Continuity and Change. The conference will be addressed by leading historians, geographers, sociologists and economists including Prof Gerry Boyle (Teagasc), Prof Mary Daly (UCD), Prof Willie Smyth (UCC) and Prof Sally Shorthall (QUB). Agriculture policy in both the EU and Ireland has evolved significantly over the past decade resulting in new opportunities and challenges for family farms. This conference seeks to place these developments in an appropriate historical, economic, geographical and sociological context by way of considering the potential impacts of current and future developments on family farms.

Lieu: Airfield, Dundrum, Dublin 14, Ireland