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DETAILED EVENT LIST FOR OCTOBER FOOD & CITIES EVENTS
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DateTimeLocationEvent Name/CategoryWeb Link Sponsors/organizers/partnersBackground Documents/AgendasSummary Goals/ObjectivesCRFS actors and allies attending
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10/13/201614:00 -17:00 RomeMilan Pact Technical WorkshopHosted by FAO and Milan Pact Secretariat agenda includes a report on the monitoring framework and draft indicators for measuring progress implementing the Pact, an interactive session on food in city networks at global, regional and national levels, and a proposed mechanism for technical cooperation on city-to-city exchanges. This meeting is invitation only.Advocacy and partner matching: what cities ask to networks, moderated by Cinzia Tegoni, Milan DEAR project and Building a monitoring framework of the Milan UFPP, moderator to be determined. 2 sessions: 1 for networking and 1 for monitoring frameworkMonitoring session led by statistics division (ESS) and Guido Santini of Food for the Cities of FAO. City-to-city exchange session led by Thierry Gordano. In attendance will be Emily Mattheissen, Florence Egal, Michela Carucci and Thomas Forster.
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10/13/201618:00-19:30Bogota/UCLGPolicy Dialogue - Territories to promote sustainable local economic and environmental policies https://www.bogota2016.uclg.org/sites/default/files/uclg_congress_detailed_programme_bogota_2016.pdfWho are principle organizers? Subnational governments are also increasingly involved in local economic development. One of the key challenges for the future is link up the creation of decent jobs and poverty reduction with the quest for environmental sustainability. The use of new technologies and cultural initiatives to develop new patterns of production and consumption at local level will be a vital part of this process.?
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10/13/201618:00-19:30 Bogota/UCLGTerritorial Governance for Food Securityhttps://www.bogota2016.uclg.org/sites/default/files/uclg_congress_detailed_programme_bogota_2016.pdf Association of Regions of France (ARF)
- UCLG Forum of Regions - Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) (TBC) - International Urban Food Network / Pact of Milan (TBC) - International Labour Organisation (ILO) (TBC) - United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
concept note sent to CRFS list: ENG Workshop Security Food.docx 18:00-19:30 Workshop Territorial governance for food security The workshop aims to review how to bring back territorial development at the heart of the food system evolution and also how to implement at the local level the SDG 2 on food security. The food transition that regional leaders hope rely on two transformations highly correlated: the relocation of production and the food consumption as well as the development of a social, environmental and cultural responsibility of actors from the agro-food chain. The complementarity between the urban and the rural can be achieved by considering the agricultural land as a creator of economic activities and jobs, but also as a factor of positive social and environmental externalities. This is one of the central elements that constitutes cities’ food policies and in the same line, the quality of life of their inhabitants. - The workshop aims to review how to bring back territorial development at the heart of the food system evolution and also how to implement at the local level the SDG 2 on food security.FAO, IUFN, ISU
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10/14/201614:00-18.00 RomeMilan Pact Mayors SummitFAO and MUFPP Secretariat Opening remarks by FAO DG, Italian Minister of Food and Agricultuer and Mayor Sala of Milan, keynotes by Corinna Hawkes and Roberta Sonino, video message from Mayor of Quito, Mayors discussion and Milan Pact Awards Ceremony, moderated by coordinator of MPA and members of the Milan Pact Award Committee (jury). Thomas FOrster, Emily Matheissen, Florence Egal, GUido Santini, Thierry Gordano, Michela Carrucci...
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10/15/2016morningQuitoInternal debate and strategy meeting on "Food in City Planning" VECO Andino, RUAF with participation from cities of Quito, Gent, Tegulcigalpa (Milan Pact Cities) and RIMISP
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10/16/201613:00-14:30QuitoSide event: Integrating Sustainable Food Systems into Urban DevelopmentFAOFAO will present its work on urban forestry, food systems and nutrition and urban agriculture. Keynote speaker: Mayor of Medellin.
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10/16/201614:30-16:00QuitoPlanning for Food Systems in Urban Settlements: Learning from urban North America FAO, Buffalo UniversityJoint event with the University of Buffalo providing information and tools on how the planning system is mainstreaming food in Urban North America.
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10/16/201615:00-18:00QuitoPrincipals Brunch with SG and Mayors Assembly representativeFAO?
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10/17/201608:00-09:00QuitoLarge green spaces and urban forests, key public infrastructure for equitable, healthy and sustainable citiesFAO/WB?New Zealand/SISEF/ICOMOS/WWF/IFLA/CAF
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10/17/201609:00 - 09:45Quito"Strengthening Urban-Rural Linkages in Support to the New Urban Agenda ~ Launch of RDD vol.35 Chikako Takase, UN Centre for Regional DevelopmentThe report launched at this event is the compilation of the papers presented at the Oct 2015 EGM on the role of small and intermediate cities and urban rural linkages in the New Urban Agenda in Monteria, Colombia.Makiko Taguchi will present a summary of the paper commissioned by FAO and ISU on behalf of the CRFS Alliance: Strengthening Urban Rural Linkages through CRFS.
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10/17/201610:00-13:00QuitoPlenary: statement by head of delegationFAO?
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10/17/201611:00-12:00QuitoRenew Zones: A New Way for Peri-Urban Communities to Live, Work, Eat and Thrive SustainablyU.S. Department of State,
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10/17/201613:30 - 15:30 QuitoSpatial and Territorial Planning: implementing the New Urban Agenda beyond city boundariesMinistry of Housing and Urbanism of Chile,
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10/17/201616:30-18:30QuitoUrban Resilience [Networking Event]Plan International Australia (PIA), Plan International Australia (co-convenor), Planning Institute of Australia (co-convenor), Global Planners Network, Commonwealth Association of Planners
ARUP International
BPBD DKI Jakarta, Indonesia
Valenzuela City, Metro Manila, Philippines
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10/18/201608:00-09:00QuitoPlanning for Public EngagementGlobal Planners Network (GPN), American Planning Association, Royal Town Planning Institute, Canadian Institute Of Planners, Planning Institute Of Australia
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10/18/201608:30 - 10:00RomeUrban food policies and their role in sustainable food systemshttp://www.fao.org/fileadmin/templates/cfs/Docs1516/cfs43/CFS43_Side_Event_Timetable.pdfIPES-Food, UNESCO Chair on World Food Systems, Ivory Coast, FAO, IUFN
A discussion of the political economy of urban/regional food policies and the role of supportive national frameworksFAO Food for the Cities
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10/18/201609:30-10:30QuitoSide event: Good Governance for Healthy and Sustainable Urban Food Systems http://www.gainhealth.org/knowledge-centre/achieving-urban-food-nutrition-security-new-urban-agenda/Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), MUFPPThe online statement on the GAIN website was coauthored by Cinzia Tegoni and Michela Carrucci, among others. The FAO/RUAF programme on City Region Food Systems will be presented as part of the event by FAO, as well as the Milan Urban Food Policy Pact. The Mayor of Medellín, one of the pilot cities in the FAO/RUAF CRFS project, will speak at the event.Cinzia Tegoni for MUFPP
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10/18/201610:00 - 11:30 RomePlenary: CFS engagement in advancing the 2030 Agendahttp://www.fao.org/3/a-mq798e.pdfhttp://www.fao.org/3/a-mr209e.pdf http://www.fao.org/3/a-mr318e.pdf http://www.fao.org/3/a-mr302e.pdfThomas is finalizing and will share by end of week 9.12Thomas Forster, Florence Egal
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10/18/201610:00 - 13:00 QuitoHigh Level Roundtable: Ecological, Climate Resilient, Disaster Responsive Cities
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10/18/201613:00 - 15:00 QuitoStakeholders Roundtable: ProfessionalsCommunitas etc.
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10/18/201614:00-16:00QuitoEnhancing national and regional urban policy and planning frameworks for sustainable, inclusive and resilient human settlements [Networking Event]Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, Japan/Public Governance And Territorial Development/OECD Coordinator Of Urban Planning And Design Branch/UN Habitat The Commonwealth Association Of Planners National Institute Of Urban Affairs/India Japan International Cooperation Agency Yokohama City
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10/18/201614:30 - 16:00QuitoNetworking Event: Optimizing Investment for Food security and nutrition in the New Urban AgendaFAOThis side event will ultimately provide a discussion for determining guidance to facilitate investment plans aiming at food security and nutrition in cities. Participation from WB, IFAD, Germany, OECD.
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10/18/201615:30 - 17:00QuitoSide Event: Urban-Rural LinkagesUNITAR (Moderation: UN-Habitat)
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10/18/201615:00 - 16:30 RomePlenary: Connecting Smallholders to Markets http://www.fao.org/3/a-mq798e.pdfhttp://www.fao.org/3/a-mr176e.pdf http://www.fao.org/3/a-mr177e.pdf http://www.fao.org/3/a-mr300e.pdf Thomas Forster, Florence Egal, Emily Matheissen
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10/18/201615:00-18:00QuitoMetropolitan planning agencies global networking: key actors for implementing the new urban agenda [Networking Event]French Network of Urban Planning Agencies (FNAU), FNAU, IAU-IDF, ISOCARP [others TBD]
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10/18/201616:30-18:30QuitoNetworking Event: food insecurity and climate change in cities: Meeting challenges through an integrated approach", organized by US State Department, International Sustainability Unit of the Prince of Wales's Charitable Foundation, C40, Milan Urban Food Policy Pact, FAO, WFPThis networking event will address three major themes: (1) the importance of improving data on food security in cities to achieving Sustainable Development Goal 2, SDG 11, and related goals; (2) the role of city networks in spurring action and achieving reductions in food insecurity and greenhouse gas emissions at the same time; and (3) the necessity to consider food systems in their entirety – including producers and consumers in urban and surrounding rural areas – in order to achieve sustainable improvements in global food security and nutrition.who from Milan, ISU, FAO, WFP, C40? David pushing for coordination across partners including ICLEI and RUAF and Milan Pact.Henk Renting (RUAF) will participate in forum about City region approaches to climate change and food security.
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10/18/2016TBDQuitoTerritorial food systems and Localizing Human Rights Accountability; Habitat III Alternative Foruhttps://resistenciapopularhabitat3.org/2016/08/23/inicio-de-recepcion-de-propuestas/Global Network for the Right to Food and Nutrition (GNRTFN) and the Global Platform for the Right to the City (GPR2C)forthcoming article in the RTFN Watch- under embargo until October 13
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10/19/201608:00-10:00 QuitoSpecial Session Urban-Rural Linkages: How can Urban-Rural Linkages support the Implementation of the New Urban Agenda? UN Habitat, FAO, IFAD, WFP, Communitas. Remy and Stephanie will be in the organizer role
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10/19/201609:00 - 13:00 QuitoAlimentación para las Ciudades, el Reto para el Desarrollo Sostenible en el Campus de Ciudades Sostenibles (in spanish)RUAF, CONQUITO, Municipality of Quito, VECO, ICLEIThe focus of this event is especially on Latin American and Ecuadorian cities. There will be general introductions on international experiences and a forum of city experiences, a.o. with Quito, Gent, Tegucigalpa.  Organized by RUAF, CONQUITO, VECO Andino, and ICLEI as part of the Sustainable Cities Campus programme organized by the Municipality of Quito. Henk Renting (RUAF) gives key speech and moderates Forum of Latin American Cities experiences.
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10/19/201612:30-13:30QuitoNew Towns; laboratories for implementation of the New Urban Agenda [Networking Event]International New Town Institute (INTI), International New Town Institute, Korean Land and Housing Institute, UNHABITATRoom MR10, Casa de la Cultura Ecuatoriana "Benjamin Carrion"
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10/19/201613:00 - 15:00QuitoStakeholders Roundtable: FarmersGAP Farmers Constituency (organized by Mildred Crawford with support from Thomas Forster. Participants include director of NYC Greenmarket system Michael Hurwitz and Arthur Getz Escudero as moderator
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10/19/201613:00-15:00QuitoSpecial Session: Urban LandFAOSession will be the opportunity to highlight the use of the VGGT to support the New Urban Agenda implementation, in particular in regards of the rural - urban nexus. 
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10/19/201614:00-16:00QuitoAn integrated approach to urban planning and managementGlobal Environment Facility (GEF),
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10/19/201615:00 - 16:30 RomeCFS engagement in advancing nutritionhttp://www.fao.org/3/a-mq798e.pdfhttp://www.fao.org/3/a-mr186e.pdf
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10/19/201616.30 - 18.30QuitoNetworking Event Strengthening urban-rural linkages through Integrated Territorial DevelopmentOrganized by GIZ, Communitas Coalition, Government of Colombia, UN Habitat and UNCRD.Henk Renting (RUAF) will speak on city-region approaches to food and nutrition security in the framework of integrated territorial development. There will also be a presentation of the experience of the AGRUPAR urban agriculture programme by the Managing Director of CONQUITO (RUAF member).
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10/20/201608:30-09:30QuitoUrban Sustainability management "Sustainable development in Cities and Communities "International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC) AFNOR acting as ISO-TC268 (International Organization for Standardization) secretariat, AdP, AFNOR, FIDIC, IFHP, IFLA, ISOCARP
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10/20/201609:30-10:30QuitoSmart Cities in the New Urban AgendaInternational Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP), APA, Citistates, EUROGEO, GPA, GPN, HPF, IAU-IDF, ICLEI, IFHP, INTI, ISOCARP, RTPI, UPSC, Urban Synergies GroupRoom MR2 at the venue of the Habitat III Conference, Casa de la Cultura Ecuatoriana "Benjamin Carrion"
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10/20/201610:00 - 13:00 RomeForum on Urbanization and Rural Transformation and implications for food secuity and nutritionhttp://www.fao.org/3/a-mq798e.pdfhttp://www.fao.org/3/a-mr205e.pdf Interventions: prepared by the statesPanel: government representatives, Sao Paulo munipality rep, Lusaka mayor, etc.
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10/20/201614:00-16:00QuitoProfessionals and planners: Key actors for implementing the New urban AgendaHabitat Professionals Forum (HPF), AdP, CAP, EAROPH, ECTP-CEU, FIU, IFHP, INTA, ISOCARP, UIA
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10/20/201614:00-16:00QuitoIntegrated urban planning for resilient cities: How cities can cope with the challenges of urbanization and climate changeIndian Institute of Technology Madras, Indo-German Centre for Sustainability (IGCS),
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10/20/201617:15-19:15QuitoFabrica Ciudad event Hungry City about food security, urban agriculture and sustainable developmenthttps://dezwijger.nl/programma/the-hungry-cityorganized by the Cities in Transition project of Pakhuis de Zwijger, the Netherlands and RUAF
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10/21/201608:30 - 10:00 RomeTerritorial Approaches for Food Security and Nutrition and Problematizing Transition http://www.fao.org/fileadmin/templates/cfs/Docs1516/cfs43/CFS43_Side_Event_Timetable.pdfCivil Society Mechanism(CSM)Discussions and strategies towards territorial food systems planning, markets and governance
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10/17 - 10/20 all week Carrot City Exposition on Urban Agriculture at UN Pavilion and Sustainable Cities CampusRyerson University, FAO Food for Cities, RUAF FOundation and CONQUITO
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