Sat, 23 Jan | Online Training Session

(ENGLISH) Training Session 1: Your Role as Beekeeping Association for the Future Common Agricultural Policy

Join us for a session on the status of the negotiations for the Common Agricultural Policy and the potential risks and opportunities it will entail for the protection of pollinators. This online training session will begin with presentations, followed by a moderated and interactive discussion.
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(ENGLISH) Training Session 1: Your Role as Beekeeping Association for the Future Common Agricultural Policy

Time & Location

23 Jan 2021, 09:00 – 12:00 CET
Online Training Session

About the Event

(Ceci est la page d'inscription à la session en anglais. Pour vous inscrire à la session en français, cliquez ici)

We are bringing you a series of online training sessions for 2021 in the form of webinars and online workshops. The sessions will cover different dossiers we are working on, from the Common Agricultural Policy, Pesticides Risk Assessment, to the development of The Bee Hub. We will kick-off this series of online training sessions on January 23, focusing on the CAP.

We kindly invite you to our 1st online training session: The Common Agricultural Policy and Pollinators - status and proposals from the beekeeping sector.

When? Saturday, January 23, 2021.

1st session in English (no translation will be provided): From 9AM to 12 PM.

2nd session in French (no translation will be provided): From 1PM to 4PM

Where? Online Zoom meeting (you will receive a link upon registration).


• Understanding the CAP (parts and logic), the upcoming negotiations

• BeeLife's proposals for the CAP

• How to act - the role of beekeepers and BeeLife members in the negotiations

• Questions and Answers

More information about the online training session:

Regional, national and European authorities are currently negotiating the future Common Agricultural Policy. In principle, representatives at different levels are carrying out consultations to hear what everybody has to say. We have a historic opportunity to achieve an environmentally-friendly CAP that is also more resilient to climate change, which will lead to improved conditions for our bees. The beekeeping community has a say.

The CAP is a complex policy, which is why we invite you, our members, to this internal training session to clarify how it works, what are BeeLife's proposals and what your association can do to make itself heard in these negotiations.

Note: This event is open to any person within the BeeLife network of members. If usual representatives to BeeLife meetings cannot attend, do not hesitate to forward this invitation to a colleague.  

  • Member Ticket: Session 1 - CAP