• Fulya Batur
    Fulya Batur
    Consultant, 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

  • Magdalena Prieler
    Magdalena Prieler
    Seed Policy Officer at Arche Noah

    Magdalena Prieler is Seed Policy Officer at Arche Noah – She is a top graduate of international business enrolled in the Master program Socio-Ecological Economics and Policy. She gained working experience in Europe and Latin America in the fields of project management, sales and education. Since 2021 she is working at Arche Noah.

  • Matthias Lorimer
    Matthias Lorimer
    Secretary and coordinator of European Coordination Liberate Diversity!

    Matthias Lorimer – ​​Born in Florence, after a three-year degree in Tropical Agricultural Sciences, he obtained his Master’s degree in Agricultural Sciences and Technologies at the University of Florence with a thesis written after his year of internship at the Swiss Research Institute for Organic Agriculture (FIBL). Since January 2018, he collaborates continuously as Secretary and coordinator of the activities of the European Coordination Liberate Diversity! network.

European Coordination Let's Liberate Diversity!


European Coordination Let's Liberate Diversity!

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Magnet Ház


Magnet Ház


Oct 28 2022


9:30 am – 11:30 am

SEEDING EUROPE: seed marketing legislation

This workshop is part of of the 11th Let’s Liberate Diversity! Forum!
To register to the workshop you first need to be registered to the Forum –> Register HERE

SEEDING EUROPE: The seed marketing legislation and its current reform for seed diversity actors

The workshop aims to inform about the contents and activities of the ERASMUS+ project called SEEDING_EU

It will start with a state of the art regarding european seed legislation, first showing what kind of laws affect diversity actors and in which way, followed by a bit more information on the seeds marketing legislation. Afterwards one (or two tables) could look into how they are personally affected and a second (or two tables) could discuss how the needed changes in the seeds marketing legislation (which we would need to present before) can be communicated to the broader public/how the broader public could be convinced to support changes in the field.

The core objective is to reinforce the capacity of associations and individuals working to conserve and increase seed diversity (small-scale farmers and seed savers) to understand and monitor the public policies that impact the conservation and use of seeds, and work for an enabling legislative environment both at European and national levels. 



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