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Third session WFO Gymnasium

11 ottobre 2018 ore 8:30 - 12 ottobre 2018 ore 13:00

LUISS Guido Carli

The LL.M. in Food Law is pleased to host the 

Third session WFO Gymnasium 

Thursday, 11 October, aula Toti viale Romania 

8.30 Registration and welcome coffee

9.30 Welcome remarks  
Theo de JAGER, President, World Farmers Organisation, WFO
Maria Pia RAGIONIERI, Director oF LL.M. in Food Law, LUISS School of Law
Martin MARKL, Senior Stakeholder Engagement Manager, Business Affairs & Communications, Crop Science, Agricultural Policy & Stakeholder Affairs, Bayer AG  

10.00 Part 1
Headline: Bottom-up processes of consultation and dialogue between Farmers’ Organizations and Governmental Institutions – IFAD Farmers’ Forum 
Jean-Philippe AUDINET, Lead Technical Specialist of Producers Organizations and Rural Development at the International Fund for Agricultural Development, IFAD. 
Questions and answers, interactive debate   

12.00 Lunch

13.30 Part 2  
Headline: The critical role of multi-stakeholder partnership in the global dialogue on Agriculture – FAO vision 
Emma McINERNEY, Partnership Officer, Cooperatives and Producer Organizations, Partnerships and South-South Cooperation Division, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, FAO.
Questions and answers, interactive debate 

15.00 Coffee break   

16.00 Part 3  
Headline: Negotiation and Inter-Personal Communications skills
Annalisa MAFFEY, Results Coach.
Questions and answers, interactive debate 

Friday, 12 October, aula 5 via Parenzo 11

Headline: Legal analysis of contract farming arrangements, which are increasingly used worldwide for the production of agricutural products. 
Frederique MESTRE, Senior Legal Officer, International Institute for the Unification of Private Law, UNIDROIT.
Questions and answers, interactive debate