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The food demand will increase by 50% in the next 20 years due to the growing global population, rising affluence and accompanying changes in dietary preferences. With this in mind, this project has identified food security and safety as one of the societal challenges it would like to tackle. This page offers you an array of information on this subject.

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SEA-EU-NET Closing event; Brussels/Belgium 27 April 2017; 14.00 - 17:45

The SEA-EU-NET closing event aims to provide an overview on the activities and results of the project and tries to assess the impact of it. It will also show selected project activities that will continue in the future. The event will include a round table discussion on the future of S&T relations between Southeast Asia and Europe.

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ASEAN-EU Science, Technology & Innovation Days 2017 Europe and Southeast Asia.

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Roadmap for EU-ASEAN S&T Cooperation

This document places emphasis on the role of the EU in the region and specifically on S&T cooperation

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Antimicrobial Resistance Surveillance Master Class

SEA-EU-NET 2 is tasked to support and stimulate partnerships in Health research with the ASEAN countries. A masterclass on AMR surveillance was conducted in the summer of 2016 to stimulate partnership among young researchers. A cohort of fellows from various fields converged in University of Liverpool, Chulalongkorn University and Mahidol University to network with regional stakeholders and discussion on current topics in AMR surveillance.

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Forum on innovations towards coffee industry & supply chain

Coffee is the world’s leading agricultural resource in value terms. It is a major source of revenue for more than 40 tropical countries, and generates more than 120 million jobs. Coffee is grown on more than 10 million hectares worldwide, primarily on small family farms: 70% of the crop comes from farms of under 5 hectares. Southeast Asia has the most dynamic growth in coffee consumption in the world. Vietnam and Indonesia are now respectively the 2nd and 4th largest coffee producing nations in the world. Coffee research aims at developing and promoting coffee production standards in line with the principles of sustainable development, that are also economically viable: promoting the ecological functions of coffee-based agroforestry systems, fostering ecological intensification through integrated pest management and developing resistant varieties, enhancing the sensorial qualities of coffees, assessing the impact of labels (organic, fairtrade…) on how export supply chains are organized in producing countries….

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Report on Research and Innovation Policy Consultation: "EU and ASEAN: Food, Health and Water Practices"

Since its formalization in 1977, the ASEAN-European Union (EU)’s dialogues have rapidly grown and expanded to cover a wide range of areas, including political & security, economic & trade, social & cultural and development cooperation aspects. However, focused discussions on the agri-food, water and healthcare sectors only started to be developed from the successful convening of the ASEAN-EU Business Summit (AEBS) in 2011. In order to address this, through the SEA-EU-NET II task of Ensuring Policy Coherence (Synergies with Development and Innovation actors), the project intends to enhance the Science and Technology (S&T) and development collaboration between the EU and Southeast Asia related to Health, Food security and safety and Water management.

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SEA-EU Alumni Network Newsletter published!

SEA-EU ALUMNI NETWORK is an Alumni network for people born in Southeast Asian countries, sharing the common experience of having participated in European study or research programme, or those who have studied in the EU through any programme.

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This project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological
development and demonstration under grant agreement no 311784.

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