Wednesday, September 12, 2007
The CGIAR needs your thoughts on how the knowledge and information it produces - and looks after - can be made more accessible.
From 12 September until 3 October, the CGIAR will hold an online discussion on its draft strategy "Global Public Goods (GPGs): From Data and Information to Food." The discussion will focus on priority areas of the strategy, users and their needs, and on obstacles and methodologies. The aim is to make it easier for CGIAR staff, partners and potential partners to access, use and add value to the research and outputs of the CGIAR.
To contribute to the discussion, you need to register on the e-agriculture.org platform (http://www.e-agriculture.org/18.html). The various contributions and discussions are open to visit. Participants in the e-agriculture week in Rome can follow these discussions in person on 28th September.
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