2nd IMAGE Dialogue forum, 27th August, Talinn
We are pleased to invite you to the 2nd IMAGE Dialogue Forum in Tallinn, Estonia on Sunday, 27th August 2017 at 4 pm.

The event will take place just after the European Regional Focal Point (ERFP) meeting and before the EAAP conference.

The address of the venue is:
Ministry of Rural Affairs of the Republic of Estonia
Lai Str 39 / 41
15056 Tallinn
Estonia

The 2nd IMAGE Dialogue Forum will focus on sanitary rules and regulations that affect the use and exchange of gene bank material in conservation breeding, commercial breeding and science. Furthermore, general questions like develop-ment of common standards for old material will be discussed. Rules and proce-dures will be outlined, best practises identified, and needs for a simpler way for exchange of material for all subject areas mentioned above will be formulated.

The meeting will include oral presentations as well as discussions in smaller groups followed by a plenary presentation of the results. Networking and interdis-ciplinary talks will take place after the meeting around 6.30 pm with drinks and nibbles.

We are looking forward to meeting you in Tallinn!
Sincerely Yours
The IMAGE Dialogue Forum Team
http://imageh2020.eu/

Waltraud Kugler (SAVE)
Eleonore Charvolin (INRA)
Michael Klaffenböck (BOKU)

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To help us prepare the discussion, please provide statements to the following questions regarding the exchange of gene bank material. If you can't answer a question, just fill in "-".
What are the terms and conditions to exchange material across borders and within your country?
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What are the terms and conditions under which gene bank material can be accessed within or outside your country?
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What are the conditions to give biological material to a gene bank for conservation reasons in your country?
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