Events

eventscatdescipThe Future Agricultures Consortium participates in many conferences and workshops. We also watch for important agriculture policy “windows” and report them here.


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Venue
Venue
September 15, 2010 / Seasonality Revisited
The Future Agricultures Consortium together with the Centre for Social Protection is convening a 3–day conference on Seasonality, to be held on Wednesday 8th to Friday 10th July 2009 at IDS Sussex.

Venue
Venue
September 15, 2010 / University of the Bush
The Future Agricultures Consortium together with the Centre for Social Protection is convening a 3–day conference on Seasonality, to be held on Wednesday 8th to Friday 10th July 2009 at IDS Sussex.

Can Africa’s Guinea Savannah feed the continent and beyond?
Can Africa’s Guinea Savannah feed the continent and beyond?
July 30, 2010 / Awakening Africa's Sleeping Giant
With continuing strong world prices for agricultural commodities, agriculture researchers met recently in London to examine how African farmers might boost commercial production of crops such as rice and cotton. The workshop goal was to critically examining a recent study

Media Release and Notes
June 7, 2010 / Seasonality Revisited
Media Release (with embargo date of 1 July 2009) – contact D.Hughes@future-agricultures.org 'Seasonal poverty’ is worsening. Climate Change, AIDS and heightened vulnerability identified as main culprits.As seasons across the world appear to become more unpredictable, the impacts of seasonal shocks

Media Release and Notes
June 7, 2010 / University of the Bush
Media Release (with embargo date of 1 July 2009) – contact D.Hughes@future-agricultures.org 'Seasonal poverty’ is worsening. Climate Change, AIDS and heightened vulnerability identified as main culprits.As seasons across the world appear to become more unpredictable, the impacts of seasonal shocks