IFFA Annual Meeting 2017 on March 15

The IFFA Annual Meeting 2017 will be organised the 15 March 2018 in the Forestry House in Brussels at 66, rue de Luxembourg.

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  • The IFFA annual Meeting will take place in conjunction with the Board meeting of CEPF. The meeting will start at 16h00 Brussels time and end at 18h00. (Corresponding to 15h00 to 17h00 GMT.

    Members may participate in the meeting by Skype connection. Members unable to attend may appoint a proxy to represent the member at the meeting.

    Please register as soon as possible (and no later than March 7) to the IFFA secretariat at 

    E-mail: post@familyforestry.net.

    For phone and more contact information visit the Contact section at http://www.familyforestry.net/article.cfm?id=3817

     

    Updated information will be posted here at the IFFA web-side

    Download invitation letter

    Annual Meeting Draft Program

    Practical information about hotel-booking and transportation

    Download the Forestry House flyer for more practical information.

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