Fulya BaturConsultant, facilitator and trainer
Fulya Batur – Consultant, facilitator and trainer specialising in international environmental law, biodiversity conservation and sustainable use of genetic resources, access and benefit-sharing legislation, intellectual property rights, seed laws and agricultural policy
Capacity building on EU seed law marketing reform (Liveseeding)
Main objective of the workshop
This training of trainers and capacity-building workshop focuses on the EU seed legislation, with a particular emphasis on the Seed Marketing Reform. The workshop is designed to provide participants with a understanding of the reform and equip them with the tools to effectively engage with it. The agenda comprises two main components: an informative frontal session followed by a participatory session conducting a SWOT analysis related to the reform.
- Introduction to LiveSeeding Project:
- Set the stage for the workshop by introducing the LiveSeeding project and its objectives.
- Contextualize the importance of the organic seed sector within the project’s scope.
- Highlight the relevance of the project’s Work Package (WP) on “organic seed market transparency” in relation to ongoing policy developments.
- Presentation of EU Seed Marketing Reform:
- Delve into the details of the EU Seed Marketing Reform, providing participants with a comprehensive understanding of its implications.
- Question & Answer Session:
- Engage participants in a Q&A session to address any queries or clarifications they may have regarding the reform.
- Short Break:
- Allow participants to recharge and network during a brief break.
- Collective SWOT Analysis/Discussion:
- Facilitate a participatory SWOT analysis related to the Seed Marketing Reform, encouraging participants to collectively assess its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats.
- Foster open and constructive discussions among participants to gain diverse insights and perspectives.
- Summarize the key takeaways from the SWOT analysis and discussions.
Questions for Audience Discussion:
- What are the most significant questions or uncertainties that remain regarding the proposal after the workshop?
- Identify areas where clarity is still needed, or aspects of the reform that remain unclear or require further examination.