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An EU school scheme fit for the future

An EU school shcme fit for the future

The conference took place on 24 November and provided the opportunity for the Commission to present preliminary findings from the evaluation of the public consultations and gather views and suggestions on preliminary proposals under the impact assessment.

  • EU school scheme | common agricultural policy
  • -
  • Brussels, Belgium
  • Live streaming available

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Agenda: An EU school scheme fit for the future
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An EU school scheme fit for the future – speakers
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Presentations

Highlights: evaluation, public consultation and Eurobarometer at a glance – Brigitte Misonne/Sophie Helaine
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Session 1: Example of implementation in Spain – Ana Mendoza Martinez
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Session 1: Public food procurements in JA Best–ReMaP – Mojca Gabrijelcic
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Session 1: JRC participative approach – Anna Paola Quaglia
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Session 2: Example of implementation in Poland – Monika Niewiarowska
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Session 2: Insights from the fruit and vegetables sector – Philippe Binard
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Session 2: Insights from the milk sector – Merete Myrup Christensen
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The European Economic and Social Committee perspective – Arnold Puech d'Alissac
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Session 3: A leading city: Ghent – Sofie Verhoeven
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Session 3: What about going organic? – José Manuel Bisetto
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Session 3: What does youth want? – Nanna Lien
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Programme

  1. 24 Nov 2022,
    09:30 AM - 09:40 AM CET
    Conference welcome
  2. 09:40 AM - 09:50 AM CET
    Opening

    Janusz Wojciechowski, EU Commissioner for Agriculture

  3. 09:50 AM - 10:30 AM CET
    Highlights: evaluation, public consultation and Eurobarometer at a glance

    Brigitte Misonne, Directorate-General for Agriculture
    and Rural Development

    Sophie Helaine, Directorate-General for Agriculture
    and Rural Development

  4. 10:30 AM - 11:25 AM CET
    Session 1 – Milestones towards healthier diets, what’s next?
    • Changes in approach, what’s working?
    • Learning and sharing
    • Challenges
       
    1. Example of implementation in Spain
      Ana Mendoza Martinez
      Directorate General for food industry, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Spain
       
    2. Action Best–ReMaP
      Mojca Gabrijelcic
      National Institute of Public Health, Slovenia
    3. JRC participative approach
      Anna Paola Quaglia
      Joint Research Centre (JRC), European Commission

    Discussion on the review of the scheme

  5. 11:25 AM - 11:50 AM CET
    Coffee break and networking
  6. 11:50 AM - 12:45 PM CET
    Session 2 – Economic aspects. Strengthening the EU agri-food sector? The colibri story
    • Sectoral perspectives
       
    1. Example of implementation in Poland
      Monika Niewiarowska
      National Support Centre for Agriculture, Poland
       
    2. Insights from the fruit and vegetables sector
      Philippe Binard
      European Fresh Produce Association, Belgium
       
    3. Insights from the milk sector
      Merete Myrup Christensen
      Danish Agriculture and Food Council, Denmark

    Discussion on the review of the scheme

  7. 12:45 PM - 02:30 PM CET
    Lunch break and networking
  8. 02:30 PM - 03:10 PM CET
    The European Parliament's and European Economic and Social Committee perspective

    Marc Tarabella, Member of the European Parliament

    Arnold Puech d'Alissac, Member of the European Economic and Social Committee

  9. 03:10 PM - 03:25 PM CET
    Coffee break and networking
  10. 03:25 PM - 04:30 PM CET
    Session 3 – EU school scheme on a greener path
    • Organic but not only
    • A scheme turned towards the future
       
    1. A leading city: Ghent
      Sofie Verhoeven
      Belgium
       
    2. What about going organic?
      José Manuel Bisetto
      International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements, Belgium
       
    3. What does youth want?
      Nanna Lien
      University of Oslo, Norway

    Discussion on the review of the scheme

  11. 04:30 PM - 04:40 PM CET
    Concluding remarks
  12. 04:40 PM - 04:50 PM CET
    Conference closing

    Closing remarks

    Wolfgang Burtscher, Director-General – Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development

Practical information

When
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Where
Charlemagne Building
Rue de la Loi 170, 1040 Brussels, Belgium
Who should attend
Member States, public authorities and private stakeholders involved in the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the current EU school scheme, and the academic and scientific community.
Languages
English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Polish
Organisers
Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development
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