Annual Meeting – priorities and effectiveness

Annual Meeting program

The IFFA board has drafted the program for the IFFA Annual Meeting 2017 in Brussels 15 March 2018 In addition to the regular issue the will be discussion on priorities and effectiveness and exchange of experience.

  • Published: 11.02.2018
  • Published by: Ivar Legallais-Korsbakken
  • The ordinary items at the Annual meeting will be

    • Approval of agenda and 2016 minutes
    • Reports on the work of the past year
    • Economic report
    • Work plan 2018
    • Nominations and elections
    • Membership fees

    The additional items will be the presentation of an assessment the Board has made of the priorities and effectiveness on the work in IFFA. The members will be invited to review and comment on the report and present their opinion on how the members can contribute to the work of reaching the visions and goals of the organisation.

    The members will as well be asked to share their wealth of experience, success stories and challenges in the different organisations. The aim of the discussions is to share practices and help each other to bring family forest in the different countries forward. The experience is that the background and the framework of family forestry are different in the various countries, but with many similarities and common goals. The experience from one country may help other countries to master their challenges in a better way.

    If you have comments to the program or other issues at the IFFA annual Meeting 2017, please send them to the secretariat at or directly to board members you will find at the contact section.

    Download the draft program

    See more documents and practical information at the Annual meeting calendar page.

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