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Kae Sekine

Faculty of Economics, Graduate School of Economics, Associate Professor, Executive Board Member of Family Farming Platform Japan, Aichi Gakuin University

Biography

Ph.D. in Economics (Grad. School of Economics, Kyoto University, 2011). One of co-authors of the report on smallholder agriculture published by CFS/HLPE in 2013. Visiting Fellow of FAO in 2018. One of the founders of Family Farming Platform Japan established in 2019.

Sessions

Multi-stakeholders' Cooperation for the Agriculture  What is s key to the success?

Description

Agriculture is demanding than ever before, with environmental responsibility and sustainability. With many stakeholders, such as farmers, companies, governments, and academics acting independently, sustainability goals are difficult to achieve. How should the the need to have a"Multi-Stakeholder Co-operation" be promoted in the agricultural sector? How should “Multi-Stakeholder Co-operation” be advocated in the digital and financial worlds? We will discuss global and local perspectives.

Speakers

Moderators

Location

3F COREDO Muromachi Terrace, 3-2-1 Nihonbashi-Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Muromachi Mitsui Hall, Symposium

Schedule

November 19, 2019 at 02:05PM - 03:00PM

What Is Global Action Plan for the UN "Decade of Family Farming?": Implications for National Action Plans

Description

The United Nations launched the UN Decade of Family Farming (2019-2028) this year and promotes policies for family farming along with achievement of SDGs. At the opening event of the UN Decade of Family Farming in May 2019 in Rome, its Global Action Plan, elaborated in Civil Society Mechanism, was officially distributed as the agenda for the international society from 2019 to 2028. This workshop session aims to introduce what this Global Action Plan seeks, to illustrate the way it was established, and to provide implications for up-coming elaboration of National Action Plan in each country, including Japan. After a presentation of Dr. Sekine, Dr. Bosc will give his comments on it and discussions will be opened with participants.

Speakers

Location

3F COREDO Muromachi Terrace, 3-2-1 Nihonbashi-Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Muromachi Mitsui Hall, Workshop

Schedule

November 20, 2019 at 09:00AM - 10:00AM

Rural communities of the future: How will they look in 50 years