C’est mon plaisir de vous informer qu'un atelier de renforcement des capacités sur l'accès et le partage des avantages aura lieu les 30 Juin et le 1 Juillet 2012, au ‘Vigyan Bhawan Convention Center’ de Nouvelle Delhi, Inde. L'atelier sera précédé de la deuxième réunion du Comité intergouvernemental sur le Protocole de Nagoya sur l'accès et le partage des avantages, 2-6 Juillet 2012.
Tengo el agrado de informarle de que un taller de capacitación sobre acceso y distribución de beneficios se llevará a cabo los días 30 de junio y 1 de julio de 2012 en el ‘Vigyan Bhawan Convention Center’ de Nueva Delhi, India, justo antes de la segunda reunión del Comité intergubernamental sobre el Protocolo de Nagoya sobre Acceso y Distribución de Beneficios, del dos al 6 de Julio de 2012.
I am pleased to inform you that a capacity building workshop on access and benefit-sharing will be held on 30 June – 1 July 2012, at the Vigyan Bhawan Convention Center in New Delhi, India. The workshop will precede the second meeting of the Intergovernmental Committee on the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit-Sharing, from 2 to 6 July 2012.
This lesson is part of “Educational Module 2 – Conservation and Sustainable Use under the International Treaty”. It illustrates a range of options for the implementation of articles 5 and 6 of the International Treaty, presenting concrete activities that contribute to the conservation and sustainable use of crop genetic resources. The lesson takes the learner to the fictitious country of Develania where a number of Develanian stakeholders, including a gene bank manager, a plant breeder, a chairman of a farmers’ association and a chef, guide the learner through their respective activities.
This lesson is part of “Educational Module 2 – Conservation and Sustainable Use under the International Treaty”. Complementary to lesson 2, this lesson provides the learner with insight on further components of the International Treaty that directly support articles 5 and 6. It focuses in particular on the role of the Second Global Plan of Action as a key instrument for the implementation of the provisions on conservation and sustainable use of the International Treaty, and presents the main decisions of the Governing Body with regard to conservation and sustainable use of PGRFA.
This lesson is part of “Educational Module 2 – Conservation and Sustainable Use under the International Treaty”. It explains the measures to promote conservation and sustainable use of PGRFA as contained in the provisions of articles 5 and 6 of the International Treaty in detail. It indicates for each measure the corresponding priority activity areas of the Second Global Plan of Action where detailed policy recommendations can be found. The lesson is further illustrated with examples of projects supported by the Benefit-sharing Fund that focus on on-farm management and sustainable use.
This lesson is part of “Educational Module 2 – Conservation and Sustainable Use under the International Treaty”. It familiarizes learners with the technical background on conservation and sustainable use of plant genetic resources for food and agriculture (PGRFA). It discusses the importance of crop diversity for global food security and presents complementary conservation methods and their relative advantages and disadvantages. The lesson further elaborates on the concept of sustainable use of crop diversity, and highlights the linkage between conservation and sustainable use.
This is the second in a comprehensive series of educational modules on the International Treaty. Highlighting the importance of crop diversity for food security, it examines the provisions of the International Treaty dealing with conservation and sustainable use of crop diversity in detail and presents examples for their implementation. The lessons of Educational Module 2 provide technical aspects for learners with more of a political background in agriculture, and illustrate the legal framework of the International Treaty to learners that have more of a research and scientific background related to PGRFA. “Conservation and Sustainable Use under the International Treaty” has been produced under the coordination of the Secretariat through a participatory process involving international experts and stakeholders from all regions.