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The International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) Secretariat is soliciting nominations for experts to take part in the Implementation and Capacity Development Committee (IC) Sub-group on Dispute Avoidance and Settlement.
When considering nominations, please read through the Dispute Avoidance and Settlement IC Sub-group Terms of Reference and IC Sub-groups Rules of Procedure.
Nominations are due to 19 April 2019.
The call is primarily addressed to Contracting Parties (CPs) and Regional Plant Protection Organizations, but may also be addressed to other targeted industry stakeholder groups.
Initially, this group will meet virtually using e-mail, teleconferencing and other modern communication methods. It may meet ...
The International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) Secretariat is soliciting submissions for experts to take part in:
• the Expert working group (EWG) for the Focused revision of ISPM 12 (Phytosanitary certificates) in relation to re-export (2015-011). (see Specification 67)
Nominations are due 15 May 2019.
The EWG will convene in 2019 and it is tentatively planned to be held from 9 to 13 December 2019 in Rome, Italy. More information on the call and how to submit nominations can be found here.
The Intentional Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) Secretariat has worked together with various experts to develop IPPC Guides and training materials which are freely available on the IPP. We would like to demonstrate the use of these materials and are calling for case studies from anyone who has used them. These case studies will be compiled into a publication for promotional purposes.
Who can contribute?
NPPOs, RPPOs and other organizations wishing to share their experiences of using any of the following IPPC Guides and training materials: