A high level event on European Research and Development for Agriculture and Food Security with a series of pre-conference events will be held in Brussels from October 11 to 13. Organizers are the European Commission, together with governmental, research and knowledge actors and institutions from EU member states. A short overview of the different meetings:
FOOD 2030: Research & Innovation for Tomorrow’s Nutrition & Food Systems (October 12-13)
The FOOD 2030 high level event will provide a platform for dialogue that seeks to build on the political momentum for a coherent research and innovation policy framework for Food and Nutrition Security.
Pre-conference events will start on the afternoon of October 11:
SCAR Strategic Working Group “European Agricultural Research towards greater impact on global Challenges” (ARCH) pre-event
October 11, Madou building, Brussels
This pre-event to the FOOD2030 Conference will highlight the international dimension of European food systems and the need to include the perspectives of consumers, in Europe and outside Europe, and to strengthen their involvement in research and innovation, from agenda setting towards research uptake resulting in greater impact on global challenges.
- Please follow this link for the invitation and details about registration.
- Please follow this link to download the final programme.
The Food & Business Knowledge Platform is among the co-organizers of the ARCH pre-event.
Final conference of FoodSecure. “Policies that matter – A policy & science forum on Europe’s role in eliminating global hunger and malnutrition
October 12, The SQUARE, Brussels
The conference “Policies that matter” provides a policy & science forum on Europe’s role in eliminating global hunger and malnutrition. Reflecting the approach adopted throughout the project, in this final conference FOODSECURE researchers will engage with interested policy-makers and stakeholders during a one-day event to present, share and discuss their research results and findings as well as policy recommendations. an introduction to the project and the overall conceptual framework of the project for assessing and addressing FNS in an uncertain future and in anticipation of more volatile global agricultural markets.
Four parallel participatory workshops
October 12, afternoon
Preparing for the high level event FOOD 2030.
- This event has passed.