The EU project “Further support to the Ministry of Agriculture, Forests and Rural Development to strengthen the agricultural policy adaptation” together with the Romanian Center for European Policies and the Embassy of the Kingdom of Netherlands organized the conference Future of the Common Agricultural Policy – opportunities and challenges for Romania that took place on 20 November 2009 at the Intercontinental Hotel in Bucharest.
Involving a large number of stakeholders, the conference aimed to bring into debate the future of the Common Agricultural Policy and to analyse the challenges of CAP for Romania. During the event CRPE presented and discussed its latest report on the CAP.
For more details please see the presentations made during the conference (.pdf documents):
- Romania’s agricultural policy, a national strategic approach with long-term objectives – Daniela Girca, expert agricultural policies
- Institutional Challenges due to the implementation of the Common Agricultural Policy in the Romanian administration – Rüdiger Heining, Resident Twinning Adviser (RTA), Romanian Ministry of Agriculture, Forests and Rural Development
- Elements for a Romanian position regarding CAP reform as suggested by the CRPE report “A country and two agricultures”, Lucian Luca, AEI researcher, CRPE affiliated expert