ERASMUS IP 2010: Safeguarding and Promoting Interests in the Agro-Food Industry - Experience and Perspective in Europe

ERASMUS IP PROGRAM - SZIE-Hungary: Safeguarding and Promoting Interests in the Agro-Food Industry - Experience and Perspectives in Europe June 20th - July 3rd, 2010 SZIE-Gödöllő

PICTURES

  Morning Afternoon
Sunday 20 Students arrival, welcome dinner at 18:00 in the city of Gödöllő
Monday 21 10:00-12:00 Opening of the IP by the Organizers and Erasmus Institutional Coordinator, Presentation of SZIE, roundtable talk 14:00-17:00 István Fehér: European policy context for suistainable agriculture
Tuesday 22 9:00-10:30 László Flamm: The role of Ministry in the decision making process of CAP 14:00-17:00 Presentations of participating students ( Poland , France , Brazil , Argentina , Slovakia and Hungary ) situation of agriculture and tasting of drinks and food of the country
Wednesday 23 9:00-12:00 Tomasz Berbeka: Selected aspects of agrifood sector in Poland 14:00-17:00 Angele Postolle: Production, circulation and institutionalization of Ideas : the case of Common Agricultural policy reforms
Thursday 24* 9:00-12:00 Wojciech Pusz: The most important plant diseases for farmers and consumers 14:00-17:00 Marina Pourrias:EU agrofood industry: facts, achievements and challenges" ( focus on the meat area)
Friday 25** 9:00-12.00 Ferenc Nyújtó : Lobbying in EU negotiation practice in CAP. 14:00-17:00 Sándor Zsarnóczai: Organisational system and representing economic and social interest (cooperatives)
Saturday 26 11:00 guided tour in the Sisi Palace of Gödöllő, 13:00 lunch at Solier Restaurant, free programme
Sunday 27 11:00 guided boat trip (www.riverride.com) on the river Danube, 13:00 Medieval lunch at Sir Lancelot Restaurant, free programme
Monday 28 9:00-10:30 Endre Oláh: Role of Farmers organisation in decision making of CAP . 11.00-12.30 Laszló Sárecz: Market regulation, intervention and trade-role of the public administration and coordination of interests 14:00-15:30 Miklós Weisz:The role of young farmers organisation( Agrya) in the CAP reform 16:00-17:00 Fehér István and Katalin Kujáni : Rural networks in Europe and in Hungary, role of influancing the policy
Tuesday 29 Visit in a Producer organisation (Hatvan) Visit in a Local Action Group and NGO association (Kozárd)
Wednesday 30 9.00 -12.00 József Popp: Common Agricultural Policy; cross perspectives for 2013, including the rural development and public goods 13.30-14.30 Levente Nyárs: Food product chains organisation and structure, cooperation experience in Hungary 14.30-17:00 group work on the final project
Thursday 1* 9:00 - 12:00 Artan Qineti: The effect of foreign direct investment on the food supply chain of Central and Eastern European countries 1, 2 14:00-17:00 group work on the final project
Friday 2 9:00-12:00 Oral presentations of project works: France , Poland , Slovakia and Hungary 12:30 - Lázár Horse Center-Lunch and closing section
Saturday 3 travel home
         
  8:00-8:45 Breakfasts at the Student Hostel Tea-House  
  12:30-13:30 Lunches at the Student Hostel Tea-House  
  18:00-19:00 Dinners at at the Student Hostel Tea-House  
         
  Coffee and tea breaks between lectures at the Lecture Room  
         
  Place of lectures are always at the Dean's meeting Hall of the Faculty of Economics and Social Science except
  * (24 June and 1 July) Dean's meeting Hall of Faculty of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
  ** (25 June) Rector's Meeting Hall