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Official launch of the Genetic Resources Strategy for Europe developed within the GenRes Bridge H2020 Project

@ H2020 GenRes Bridge project
The Genetic Resources Strategy for Europe developed in the frame of the GenRes Bridge project will be officially launched in Brussels on 30 November 2021 09:00-13:15 CET

The half-day event will be attended by representatives of the European Commission, National policy makers, Members of the European Parliament, representatives of the Steering Committees of the three networking programmes (ECPGR, ERFP and EUFORGEN), and representatives of the broader stakeholder community and international organisations.

The event will start with the presentation of the Genetic Resources Strategy for Europe and the three domain-specific strategies. It will be followed by a panel of representatives of the three European genetic resources Networks and of the European Commission. The panel will reply to questions from the participants. 

In case you are interested in attending the event online please register here:  www.genresbridge.eu/registration-form/online-attendance

You can find more information about the event here: www.genresbridge.eu/30-nov-2021  

RARe is a partner of GenRes Bridge

The GenRes Bridge project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 817580.

See also

Genetic Resources Strategy for Europe

The Genetic Resources Strategy for Europe is a policy framework for securing genetic resources for food, agriculture and forestry in the region. It presents a vision for improved genetic resources management in Europe and includes an Action Plan to pave the way towards its implementation. Crucially, the strategy will increase awareness of the importance of genetic resources for sustainable and resilient agriculture and forestry in the region and the imperative for adequate and long-term financing for their management.