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AGENDA

09.00 - 09.10 (Vidrieras Hall)
Welcome speech
Mr. Auxtin Ortiz Etxeberria - Director of the World Rural Forum
09.10 - 09.30 (Vidrieras Hall)
Preliminary presentation
Characterization of Family Farming.
Mr. Álvaro Ramos – Coordinator of IFAD-MERCOSUR
09.30 - 10.30 (Vidrieras Hall)
Roundtable discussion
Characterization of Family Farming and its importance to build adequate public policies
Mr. Francesco Maria Pierri – Policy Officer of the Office of Partnerships, Advocacy and Capacity Development, FAO (Moderator)
Mr. Mario León Frutos – Paraguay's Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Livestock and Coordinator of the REAF National Section of Paraguay
Ms. Fatma Ben Rejeb – Executive Secretary of PAFO (Pan African Farmers Organization)
Ms. Ika Krishnayanti – International Relations Officer, API (Indonesian Peasant Alliance)
Mr. Ricard Ramon I Sumoy – Socio-Economic Analyst of the Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development at the European Commission
Mr. Daouda Diarra – Permanent Secretary of Agriculture High Council of Mali
10.30 - 10.50
Coffee break
11.00 - 12.00 (Vidrieras Hall)
Opening remarks
Mr. Iñigo Urkullu - President of the Basque Government
Mr. Virgilio de los Reyes - Secretary of Agrarian Reform of the Philippines
Ms. Marcela Villarreal – Director of the Office of Partnerships, Advocacy and Capacity Development, FAO
Representative of IFAD
Mr. Djibo Bagna – President of ROPPA (Network of Farmers' and Agricultural Producers' Organizations of West Africa)
Mr. Flavio Coturni – Head of the Unit of Agricultural Policy Analysis and Perspectives in the Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development of the European Commission
Mr. José Maria Zeberio - President of the WRF (World Rural Forum)
12.00 - 12.10 (Vidrieras Hall)
Projection
Video to introduce the IYFF+10 program
12.10 - 12.30 (Vidrieras Hall)
Presentation
Economy, Family Farming and the Right to Food. A Global Perspective.
Ms. Hilal Elver – Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food at United Nations Human Rights Council (Video message)
Mr. Guillermo Dorronsoro – Dean of Deusto Business School
13.45 - 15.15 (Vidrieras Hall)
Roundtable discussion
Political dialogues as a tool to create public policies at national and regional level
Mr. Jean-Philippe Audinet – Lead Advisor at the Policy and Technical Advisory Division, IFAD (Moderator)
Mr. Tito Díaz – Regional Officer for Animal Production and Health in Latin America and Caribe, FAO
Ms. Esther Penunia – General Secretary of AFA (Asian Farmers' Association)
Mr. Juan Andrés Gutierrez – President of EUROMONTANA (European Association of Mountain Areas)
Mr. Fabrice Dreyfus – Member of General Council of Agriculture, Food and Rural Area of the Ministry of Agriculture, Agri-Food and Forestry of France
Mr. Mahamadou Fayinkeh – Representative of the Gambia National Committee
15.15 - 16.30 (Vidrieras Hall)
Roundtable discussion
Global initiatives to promote Family Farming at national level
Ms. Alberta Guerra – Food Policy Advisor at ActionAid International (Moderator)
Mr. Lupino Lazaro Jr. – Agriculture Attaché of the Philippine Embassy in Rome
Ms. Laura Lorenzo – International Relations and European Desk, WRF
Ms. Sandra Moreno Cadena – Representative of SOC (Land Workers’ Union) - ECVC
Ms. Alessandra Lunas – Secretary of Rural Women Workers, CONTAG (National Confederation of Agricultural Workers)
Mr. Gabriel Ferrero – Senior Policy Advisor at the Secretariat for Post-2015 Development Planning, UNO (Video conference)
16.30 - 17.00
Coffee break
17.00 - 18.15 (Vidrieras Hall)
Roundtable discussion
Linking family farmers’ organizations with research centers
Sr. Robin Bourgeois – Senior Foresight and Development Policies Expert, GFAR (Global Forum on Agricultural Research) (Moderador)
Sr. Rogelio Pozo – General Director of AZTI-Tecnalia
Sr. Jean-Michel Sourisseau – Socio-economist at CIRAD (Centre of Agricultural Research for Development)
Sra. Gabriela Quiroga – International Secretary of PROLINNOVA (Promoting Local Innovation in Ecologically Oriented Agriculture and Natural Resource Management)
Sr. Fernando López – General Secretary of COPROFAM (Confederation of Family Farm Organizations of MERCOSUR)
Sr. André Tioro – Program Officer for Capacity-Building and Action-Research Project, ROPPA
18.15 - 18.30
Break
18.30 - 20.00
Guided visits
to entities in the Basque Farming Sector
Guided visits to the surroundings of the Hotel Seminary: Derio Agricultural School / Azti-Tecnalia / Aberekin / Neiker-Tecnalia
09.00 - 10.30 / 11.00 - 13.30 (2nd floor)
Working Groups
Working topics
1. Political dialogue in favour of Family Farming for the creation of public policies
Relator: Mr. Vincent Touzot – National Administrator of Jeunes Agriculteurs
2. Global guidelines for the governance of agrarian systems based on Family Farming: Content and methods to encourage it
Relator: Mr. André Leu – President of IFOAM (International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements
3. Linking family farmers’ organizations with research centers: Specific proposals
Relator: Ms. Marcela Dumani – Costa Rica National Committee representative
All the topics will be worked by each language group:
- English: (Lezama Room)Facilitator: Ms. Joana Dias Rocha – REDSAN Coordinator and Farmers Platform Secretary, CPLP (Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries)
- Spanish: (Txorierri Room)Facilitator: Ms. Olga Gomez – Member of Katilu and Projects Manager for Basque Innovation System Stimulus at Innobasque
- French: (Astintze Room)Facilitator: Ms. Gabriela Quiroga – International Secretary of PROLINNOVA
10.30 - 11.00
Coffee break
13.30 - 15.00
Lunch
Time to prepare presentations of group conclusions
15.15 - 15.45 (Vidrieras Hall)
Working Groups
Presentation of conclusions from the Working Groups
15.45 - 17.00
Closing Remarks
Ms. Eva Verona Teixeira Ortet – Minister for Rural Development of Cape Verde
Mr. Uttam Kumar Bhattarai – Secretary of Ministry of Agriculture Development of Nepal y Chairperson of Nepal National Committee
Mr. Bittor Oroz – Basque Government Deputy Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Policy. Representative of Agriculture Department of Bizkaia Provincial Government
Mrs. Elena Unzueta Torre – Provincial Minister of Sustainability and Natural Resources Department of Bizkaia Regional Council
Mr. Unai Aranguren – European representative in the International Coordination Committee of La Via Campesina
Ms. Evelyn Nguleka – President of WFO (World Farmers' Organization)
Mr. Michael Taylor – Director of the ILC (International Land Coalition)
Ms. Begoña Nieto – General Director of Rural Development and Forest Policy of the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and the Environment of Spain
Mr. Auxtin Ortiz – Director of WRF
17.00 - 18.00
Break
18.00 - 20:00 (Txorierri room)
BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE WRF
(only WRF Board of Directors members)
18.00 - 21.00
Social agenda
Guided visit into the city of Bilbao
21.00
Dinner
08.30 - 10.30 (Lezama Room)
GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE WRF (open meeting)
With associates from the 5 continents present, the WRF will take this opportunity to carry out its General Assembly meeting
09.30 - 10.30 (Vidrieras Hall)
COMMUNICATION EFFORTS TO ENHANCE FAMILY FARMING (open meeting)
This encounter aims to foster debate on how farmer led communication and community media can contribute to enhance Family Farming
OBJECTIVES:
- Present opportunities for participation, exchange and advocacy on communication systems related to family farming.
- Analyze the role of communication for development as an important element to the efforts to boost Family Farming.
- Present successful communication initiatives that benefit Family Farming
- Collect proposals regarding advocacy efforts related to information and communication systems oriented to Family Farming.
FORMAT:
- September 23, 9.30 AM, Vidrieras Hall. 5th World Rural Conference
- Duration: 1 hour.
- Methodology: Panel discussion, with comments and questions at the end, where proposals related to the theme of the roundtable will be collected.
- Number of speakers: Four speakers and a moderator
PANELISTS:
- - Mr. Mario Acunzo, FAO. International Forum on Communication for Development and Community Media for Family Farming.
- Francesco Diasio, AMARC. The role of community radio in the promotion of Family Farming.
-Hoang Thi Mai Huong, Vietnam Farmers’ Union. Communication tools to strengthen Family Farming and agricultural organizations in Vietnam.
- - Horacio Rodríguez, CGIAR. Family Farming National Committee of México The importance of communication when advocating in favour of Family Farming.
-Joseba Imaz, FRM. Moderador.
SOME GUIDING QUESTIONS :
- ¿How can help communication and community media strengthen farmers' organizations and, in general, Family Farming?
- What requirements could be included in the advocacy work of farmers' organizations and Family Farming National Committees to build communication systems oriented to Family Farming?
- ¿What spaces for exchange, participation and advocacy exist around communication and Family Farming, which may be useful for organizations?
10.30 - 11.00
Coffee break
11.00 - 13.30 (Vidrieras Hall)
YOUTH AND EMPLOYMENT IN RURAL AREAS (open meeting)
Representatives of Young Farmers organizations from the five continents will debate about the future of Family Farming.
11:00-11:10
Introduction
Mr. Jacques Marzin. CIRAD (Agricultural Research Centre for International Development) France
11:10-11:30
Initiatives for Young People in rural areas - (video)
Mr. Luis Miguel Rebustiello; READER (Asturias Network for Rural Development )-Spain
11:30-12:15
Regional Experiences
Mr. William Clementino Silva; CONTAG (National Confederation of Agricultural Workers), Brazil
Mr. Pan Sopheap, FWN-AFA (Farmer and Water Net), Cambodia
Mr. Ibrahim Sidibe, FENAJER-CNOP (National Federation of Rural Youth), Mali
12:15-12:45
Family Farming, a project with future for young people
Mr. Vincent Touzot, Young Farmers from France
Mr. Jason Te Brake; New Zealand Young Farmers (NZYF), New Zealand
12:45-13:15
Questions and closing
11.00 - 13.30 (Lezama Room)
MEETING OF THE FAMILY FARMING NATIONAL COMMITTEES FROM THE 5 CONTINENTS (only National Committees members)
These committees have achieved important results during 2014 and now make up one of the key structures for giving continuity to the IYFF+10 process.
13.30 - 14.30
Lunch
14.30 - 16.30
MEETING OF THE FAMILY FARMING NATIONAL COMMITTEES FROM THE 5 CONTINENTS (only National Committees members)
16.30 - 16.45
Coffee break
16.45 - 19.15 (Vidrieras Hall)
WOMEN IN FAMILY FARMING: ACHIEVEMENTS AND CHALLENGES TOWARDS EQUITY (open meeting)
This seminar will focus on the role that women play in FF and the importance of taking into their voices in the designing and implementation of policies and significant changes for FF.
16:30-16:45
Presentation
Ms. Izaskun Landaida
Ms. Conchi Quintana- World Rural Forum
16:45-17:40
Family Farming; Women leading projects
Ms. Fatma Ben Rejeb, Pan African Farmers Organization (PAFO) Tunisia
Ms.Alessandra Lunas; National Confederation of Agricultural Workers (CONTAG), Brazil
Elena Gutierrez, Basque Government
17:40-18:10
Rural Women Networks
Ms.Teresa López, Federation of Rural Women Associations (FADEMUR)Spain
Ms.Dwi Astuti, Asian Partnership for the Development of Human Resources in Rural Asia (AsiaDHRRA) Indonesia
18:10-18:45
Questions and debate
18:45-19:00
Joint statement for Rural Women Day
17.00 - 20.00 (Lezama Room)
MEETING OF THE IYFF+10 WORLD CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE (only World Consultative Committee members)
After agreements reached in Brasilia (November 2014), this meeting will be focused in the promotion of actions in favour of Family Farming at international level.

Supported by

govierno vasco

basque country

agencia vasca de cooperación para el desarrollo

ministerio de agricultura, alimentación y medio ambiente

fao

laboral ue

laboral kutxa

international land coalition

diputación foral del vizcaya

diputación foral del álava

diputación foral del álava

idf

oxfam

actionaid

kaiku fundación