Good practices for CPM participation

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This resource presents a guide to support participants attending the Commission on Phytosanitary Measures (CPM). The main objectives of this guide is to provide guidance on how to prepare, participate and follow up from the CPM, outline specific characteristics of the CPM and how to prepare for these specific features, present an overview of the IPPC organizational structure and clarify the various procedural processes involved in facilitating international phytosanitary policy. The guide also highlights that CPM is not the only way to participate in IPPC activities. Contracting parties have a wide range of actions at their disposal to facilitate their active participation in IPPC process and decisions.The Manual of Good Practice for participating in the International Plant Protection Convention Commission on Phytosanitary Measures meeting is available in English. The International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) Secretariat welcomes your feedback on this resource. Share how you used it or give comments and suggestions to improve it through a fast and easy two-question survey This will help the IPPC Secretariat and Capacity Development Committee strengthen this and other training resources.

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