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FAQ

FAQ

FAQ

The event will take place in an exclusively digital form from 18 to 22 January 2021.
The event will take place from 08:00 to 18:00 CET (Central European Time).
Please register here so we can keep you up to date.
The event will be a virtual-only event. There will be no programme segments taking place in Berlin.
You will need a computer or smartphone with a speaker, an Internet browser and a stable Internet connection. If you wish to actively participate in the programme, you will also need a microphone and a camera.

Yes. However, you will not be able to actively participate in the programme and you will not be able to see presentations, whiteboards or videos. We therefore recommend participation via a digital device.

Participation/registration

Anyone interested can attend the event. However, no invitations or participation certificates will be issued.
Participation is free of charge.
Registration will open soon. Please subscribe to our newsletter so we can keep you up to date.
Yes, you can register on the platform and participate actively (ask questions in the different parts of the event, take part in surveys, meet other active participants virtually). However, if you only want to watch the sessions this is also possible without prior registration, since all parts of the event will be streamed.
Yes, you can. Therefore,a streaming-link will be published before the start of the event. In order to stay up to date, please register for our newsletter.

Programme

The various event segments of the 2021 GFFA will be distributed over the entire week (Monday–Friday). This means that interested participants can attend all public event segments. The entire programme is available here.
The event will be launched during a kick-off event on 18 January 2021.
There will be several High Level Panels and 17 expert panel discussions. Their distribution over the entire week means that there will be no parallel events. Interested participants can thus attend all public events this year.
No, there will be no innovation market at the 2021 GFFA.
Yes, the 2021 GFFA will also feature a science slam. More detailed information is available here.
The Berlin Agriculture Ministers’ Conference is the political highlight of the GFFA. It is the largest meeting of agriculture ministers in the world and has established itself as an important international key event at the beginning of each year. Its final communiqué is a call for action and is fed into the ongoing international discourse on agricultural policy.
For the first time, viewers will be able to attend the kick-off event of the virtual Berlin Agriculture Ministers’ Conference via a live stream.
Every year, young farmers from all around the world meet at the GFFA and lay the foundation for the broad exchange of experience and knowledge between young farmers from all continents. They have an in-depth exchange about their experiences and draw up their own declaration on the year’s GFFA subject, which includes their demands with respect to agricultural policy. Please note: this event is exclusive to the young farmers invited. It is not a public event.
After a lot of positive feedback from the 2020 GFFA, the coming event will again feature an opportunity for networking and discussion among the participants. You will receive information on how to register and use the tool once registration opens in November 2020. Please subscribe to our newsletter so we can keep you up to date.
If you have any further questions please contact us via phone, e-mail or via the contact form.

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