IFFA annual meeting 2014

  • Published: 11.12.2014
  • Published by: Ivar Legallais-Korsbakken
  • The IFFA annual meeting 2014 will be organised in Brussels 11th December 2014 at 15h30 GMT.

    The annual meeting will take place in the Forestry House in Brussels, Belgium, in conjunction with the CEPF members’ meeting the day before. The meeting will start at 16h30 local time, corresponding to 15h30 GMT. The meeting will last until 19h00 local time. 

    The Forestry House in Brussels is located at Rue de Luxembourg 66.

    Below you find links to invitation, practical information, agenda and annual meeting documents.

    Invitation and practical information

    Invitation
    Practical information
    Forestry House Brochure

    Agenda and annual meeting documents

    Annual Meeting 2014 Agenda
    Annual Meeting Minutes 2013
    Chair's Report
    Economic report 2014
    Work Plan 2015
    Proposed Mission Statement 2014 Amendments
    Mission Statement 2006
    Membership Fee 2015 Proposal
    Nominations 2015


    IFFA Mission Statement 2014

    Annual Meeting Minutes 2014

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