Annual meeting agenda final

The IFFA Board has finalised the agenda for the IFFA Annual meeting in Brussels 15n March 2015 in the Forestry House in Brussels 16h00 to 18h00 Brussels time.

  • Published: 13.03.2018
  • Published by: Ivar Legallais-Korsbakken
  • Tags: #Annual meeting 2017 
  • For joining the meeting by Skype connection, please send an urgent message to the IFFA e-mail post@familyforestry.net

    You may as well appoint a proxy for the meeting.

    At the annual meeting the traditional elements are report from the work, economic report, workplan and nominations.

    This year the IFFA Board would like a discussion of the priorities and effectiveness of the organisation. Please find below the summary of the Board evaluation as background for further dialogue at the annual meeting.

    The guest speaker at the annual meeting will be 

    Benjamin Musall from DG Trade at EU COM.

    He will inform us about ongoing trade negotiations and how forest products have been dealt with.

    Title of his speech will be “Ongoing Trade Negotiations, an EU COM perspective”

    Download the final agenda

    Download chair's report

    Download the 2018 Work Plan

    Download the summery of priorities and effectiveness

    Download minutes from the annual meeting 2016

     

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