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Strengthening Family Farming-centred Food Systems - Pathways for Global Transformations - Shared screen with speaker view
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29:06
Sorry, Niels, I did not want to raise my hand… Everything is ok?
Cecilia Casalini (FAO)
35:09
Welcome everybody to our FAO Brussels Dialogue “Strengthening family farming-centred food systems Pathways for global transformations” jointly organized with the Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the EU.We are happy for you to join us today. Below is some information for you to kindly take note of:  1.  There is TWO-WAYS interpretation from English to Portuguese, to switch languages, find the "Interpretation" button with the globe icon at the bottom of the screen.2. Throughout the event, colleagues will be in the chat monitoring the Q&A box to answer any questions you may have.3.  For having an interactive session, please note to send the message to “To all panellists and participants” and not just the panellists.
Cecilia Casalini (FAO)
35:39
Sejam todos bem-vindos ao nosso Diálogo FAO Bruxelas “Fortalecimento dos Sistemas Alimentares Centrados na Agricultura Familiar - Caminhos para Transformações Globais”, organizado em conjunto com a Presidência Portuguesa do Conselho da UE.Ficamos contentes que se tenham juntado a nós hoje. Abaixo estão algumas informações para vosso conhecimento:1. Está disponível a interpretação em inglês e português, em ambos os sentidos; Para mudar de língua, encontre o botão "Interpretação" com o ícone de um globo na parte inferior do ecrã.2. Durante todo o evento, os colegas estarão no chat a acompanhar a caixa de perguntas e respostas para responder a quaisquer perguntas que possa ter.3. Para ter uma sessão interativa, por favor envie a mensagem "A todos os membros do painel e participantes" e não apenas aos membros do painel.
Cecilia Casalini (FAO)
46:57
United Nations Decade of Family Farming 2019-2028. Global Action Planhttp://www.fao.org/3/ca4672en/ca4672en.pdfDécennie des Nations Unies pour L’agriculture Familiale 2019-2028. Plan d’action globalhttp://www.fao.org/3/ca4672fr/ca4672fr.pdfDecenio de las Naciones Unidas para la Agricultura Familiar 2019- 2028. Plan de acción mundial.http://www.fao.org/3/ca4672es/ca4672es.pdf联合国家庭农业十年 (2019-2028 年) 全球行动计划http://www.fao.org/3/ca4672zh/ca4672zh.pdfخطة العمل العالمية 2019-2028 عقد الأمم المتحدة للزراعةhttp://www.fao.org/3/ca4672ar/CA4672AR.pdfДЕСЯТИЛЕТИЕ СЕМЕЙНЫХ ФЕРМЕРСКИХ ХОЗЯЙСТВ ОРГАНИЗАЦИИ ОБЪЕДИНЕННЫХ НАЦИЙ 2019-2028Глобальный план действийhttp://www.fao.org/3/ca4672ru/ca4672ru.pdf
Judith Hitchman
01:10:30
We are very happy to hear how supportive the Minister is of Family Farming in Farm to Fork and the Green Deal. It is only through direct support for family farmers that we can achieve a truly inclusive resilient and sustainable food system in Europe
Ahmed Sourani
01:10:50
Hi dears, greetings from Gaza Urban & Peri-urban Agriculture Platform (GUPAP), Gaza, Palestine; https://gupap.org/en/
Ahmed Sourani
01:18:22
Enhancing resilience and sustainability of FF in urban & peri-urban contexts, and those in protracted crisis areas. U FF could be an important strategy to enhance social resilience and social peace building as well.
Ahmed Sourani
01:20:24
GUPAP believes that Urban Family Farming (UFF) is also an important strategy to enhance resilience of local food systems in crisis!
Ahmed Sourani
01:24:17
It is also a key strategy to confront and mitigate risks that are being resulted from climate change ; water scarcity, soil problems, plants/animal diseases, resilient plants/trees, etc...
Ahmed Sourani
01:25:53
Women plays key role in urban family farming space , where their rights and voice need to be well enhanced, heard and respected
Judith Hitchman
01:28:38
In this period of pandemic, there has been a significant increase in consumers who are signing up for Community Supported Agriculture shares all over the world
Rodrigo de Lapuerta (FAO Brussels)
01:31:55
Portuguese interpretation is back!
Anna Korzenszky (FAO)
01:33:01
For Portuguese interpretation please switch now to the EN channel
Ahmed Sourani
01:33:10
Urban Family Farming is becoming a key positive coping strategy to enhance resilience of local food system and women agripreneurs under COVID-19 pandemic. (Case of Gaza/GUPAP/UWAF); https://www.facebook.com/UWAF2019/
Agnieszka Maliszewska
01:34:20
A very interesting discussion. The role of family farms is huge and still underestimated. Especially great is the role of women, who are the backbone of family farms. But let us not forget the role of other farmers who cannot be left out of support in the new reality of F2F strategy. Greetings from Poland
Anna Korzenszky (FAO)
01:34:23
The translation issue was solved
Robert Hadžić
01:34:33
Dear Sara Rocha, It is not the problem when you support real family farmers. But what happens more and more in Croatia that we support financial and land speculation thanks to wrong definition from the beginning.
Ahmed Sourani
01:35:16
Policy influencing and advocating rights of family farmers (women/men) is still a big challenge for the global and regional FF action plans
Ahmed Sourani
01:36:00
Please do reflect on my points highlighted above, would like to hear your reflection , please
Ahmed Sourani
01:44:02
Question; what is the best way that Gaza Urban Agriculture Platform (GUPAP) could take in order to approach both IFAD & FAO for partnership, and to develop/implement our local/national plan to enhance resilience of Urban FF , promotion, exchange & cooperate at regional and global levels as well?! Can we partner with IFADFAO and benefit from their development services ? HOW?! IN PEACE & RESPECT
Cecilia Casalini (FAO)
01:45:50
United Nations Decade of Family Farming 2019-2028. Global Action Planhttp://www.fao.org/3/ca4672en/ca4672en.pdfDécennie des Nations Unies pour L’agriculture Familiale 2019-2028. Plan d’action globalhttp://www.fao.org/3/ca4672fr/ca4672fr.pdfDecenio de las Naciones Unidas para la Agricultura Familiar 2019- 2028. Plan de acción mundial.http://www.fao.org/3/ca4672es/ca4672es.pdf联合国家庭农业十年 (2019-2028 年) 全球行动计划http://www.fao.org/3/ca4672zh/ca4672zh.pdfخطة العمل العالمية 2019-2028 عقد الأمم المتحدة للزراعةhttp://www.fao.org/3/ca4672ar/CA4672AR.pdfДЕСЯТИЛЕТИЕ СЕМЕЙНЫХ ФЕРМЕРСКИХ ХОЗЯЙСТВ ОРГАНИЗАЦИИ ОБЪЕДИНЕННЫХ НАЦИЙ 2019-2028Глобальный план действийhttp://www.fao.org/3/ca4672ru/ca4672ru.pdf
Morgan Ody
01:46:30
Digitalization is already leading to huge indebtment for farmers, land concentration, privatization of genetic resources, added value being grabbed by internet companies,... When robots will have replaced small-scale family farmers, where will be the jobs in rural areas?
Ahmed Sourani
01:47:06
https://gupap.org/en/agricultural-policies/fact-sheet-2/
Judith Hitchman
01:49:41
There are many young people who would like to become the next generation of family farmers and feed their local communities, but have no access to land. How can the EU and Member States better support their access to land?
Ahmed Sourani
01:52:35
Question: is there a clear mechanism for MEAL within space of Global & regional FF Action Plans, how can we contribute to this process? thanks
Ahmed Sourani
01:52:57
Many thankssssss!!
FAO PSUFF Mauro Conti
02:02:52
@Ahmed Sourani you can connect with the FAO Regional Office http://www.fao.org/neareast/en/ which just launched a Regional Initiative on Small Scale Family Farming in NENA Region
Ahmed Sourani
02:04:31
Thank you!
Leonard Mizzi (European Commission, DG INTPA)
02:09:36
Laura - let's use the national dialogues of UNFSS to flag issues and the Parliamentary Alliance against hunger for bottleneck highlights -and then our role as EU COM is to engage with national Govts to de-block constraints and nudge them to be "more family friendly". We need granularity of cases, Leonard
Placido Plaza (CIHEAM)
02:12:00
So glad to have listened to a women farmer's wiews and concerns! We should give them more the opportunity of expressing their views and priorities! Good afternoon to all! Saludos
Leonard Mizzi (European Commission, DG INTPA)
02:12:33
We plan a dialogue in Brussels in May or June to link the national UNFSS dialogues- good that the Portuguese debate links to ours Sara Rocha- for clear message to UNFSS pre summit in July-with game changing ideas
Anna Korzenszky (FAO)
02:12:59
@ Judith Hitchman: The intergenerational transmission of land, fisheries rights and other resources is indeed key for sustainable food systems. There are various practices in different countries around the world for both intra-familial transmission (e.g., from parents to their children through inheritance) and extra-familial transmission (e.g., between community members). It is also important to promote young people’s access to natural resources in agricultural, fishery and forestry as “newcomers”, meaning without farming family backgrounds and help them to engage in food systems individually or with a group of people, or may be able to work on a farm with an elderly farmer without successors in the family. According to the context, any of these models can promote generational renewal.
Judith Hitchman
02:13:55
The EU Farm to Fork policy and Green Deal are not emphasizing agroecokogy or alternative business models such as Community Supported Agriculture. How can we gain greater emphasis on these points (and we have been working through the Food Policy Coalition all along. How can the EU support the implementation of local Food Policy Councils?
Marisa Ribeirinho
02:17:40
Hello, My name is Marisa Ribeirinho and I'm working in agrifood for portuguese goverment and Maria Do Céu Antunes (our Minister). I am very glad and proud to participate in this fantastic FAO event! Best regards from Regional Direction of Agriculture and Fisheries of North (DRAP Norte) - Agriculture Ministery, Best regards from Portugal
Morgan Ody
02:17:48
How will the EU make sure that prices paid to farmers really cover costs of production and allow decent revenues? Market regulation in order to get fair prices for family farmers should be central in any policy with the ambition to "leave no one behind"
Guilherme Brady (FAO)
02:18:54
Dear @LauraLorenzo, @Sara and Olga, on your questions related to the support to the national processes, FAO and IFAD, are working with our Regional Offices to coordinate our interventions to support the development and implementation of National PLans
Judith Hitchman
02:19:21
Basic income and food safety nets would indeed be an important aspect in terms of possible progress
Ahmed Sourani
02:19:29
In peace & success!!
Guilherme Brady (FAO)
02:20:02
We've been helping to catalyze processes and also developed public global knowledge products (laws, policies, strengthening Producer Orgs) to provide a strong technical base for the impl
Guilherme Brady (FAO)
02:20:45
Olga, we're in contact with our colleagues in REU/Budapest to support Moldova