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International Symposium by FAO, GTZ, FIG, ARGE Landentwicklung ...

International Symposium by FAO, GTZ, FIG, ARGE Landentwicklung

and TUM

Land Fragmentation and Land Consolidation in CEEC:

A gate towards sustainable rural development

in the new millennium

Monday, 25.02.2002

9.00 – 11.00 Plenary

Munich, 25-28 February 2002

Technische Universität München

Arcisstraße 21, 80290 München

Room: 0601

Opening Speeches

Preliminary Programme

09.00 Prof. Dr. Holger Magel, Chair of Land Tenure and Land Development,

TU Munich, FIG–Vice President

09.10 Dr. Hannemor Keidel, Vice-President, TU Munich

09.20 Dr. Christoph Kohlmeyer, Bundesministerium für

Wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung (BMZ)

(Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development)

Keynotes:

09.30 David Palmer / Fritz Rembold, Land Tenure Service, FAO:

Framework paper on land consolidation

10.00 Reinhold Bäuerle / Christian Graefen,

Thematic Group Land Management, GTZ:

GTZ’ experiences in land consolidation in CEEC and relevance to rural

development

10.30 –11.00 Coffee Break /Open Space


11.00 – 13.00 Plenary

Words of Greeting

11.00 Erwin Huber, Minister, Bayerische Staatskanzlei

(Bavarian Prime Ministry)

Case Studies:

11.30 Land Fragmentation and Land Consolidation in Czech Republic.

presented by Jiri Trnka, Central Land Management Office, Ministry of

Agriculture

12.00 Land Fragmentation and Land Consolidation in Hungary

presented by Dr. Gabor Remetey Fulopp, Chief Counsellor Department

of Lands and Mapping, Ministry of Agriculture and Regional

Development

12.30 Discussion

13.00 – 14.00 Lunch

14.00 – 15.30 Plenary

Case Studies:

14.00 Land Fragmentation and Land Consolidation in Romania

presented by Marioara Rusu, Senior Researcher, Institute of Agriculture

Economics

14.30 Land Fragmentation and Land Consolidation in Bulgaria

presented by Diana Kopeva, Institute for Market Economics (IME)

15.00 Discussion

15.30 – 16.00 Coffee Break /Open Space

16.00 – 17.30 Plenary

Case Studies:

16.00 Strategy for Land Consolidation and Improved Land Management

in Armenia

presented by Hayk Sahakjan, State Committee of the Real Property

Cadastre of the GoA (tbc)

16.30 Strategy for Land Consolidation and Improved Land Management

in Georgia

presented by David Egiashvili, Georgian State Department of Land

Management – Head of International Relations Office

17.00 Discussion

19.00 Meeting of the drafting group and moderators of breakout sessions

Information on organisational aspects, objectives, tasks, time frame etc.

(room 0714)


Tuesday, 26.02.2002

9.00 – 10.30 Plenary

Western European Experience

09.00 Experience from Norway:

Prof. Per Kåre Sky, Agricultural University of Norway, Department of

Land Use and Landscape:

Land consolidation organised in a special court.

09.20 Experience from the Netherlands:

Jack Damen, DLG International:

Development of Land Consolidation in the Netherlands, from Project

Objective to Project Instrument.

09.40 Experience from Denmark / the Baltic States:

Karl Aage Eskildsen, Head of Division, Land Consolidation Division,

Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries:

Verdict in a Danish Land Consolidation - documents and procedure.

10.00 Discussion

10.30 – 11.00 Coffee Break /Open Space

11.00 – 12.30 Plenary

Western European Experience

Experience from Germany:

11.00 Dr. Andreas Drees, DVW-Vice President:

Challenges in East German States

11.20 Josef Attenberger, Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry of Bavaria,

ARGE Landentwicklung:

The right mix of instruments – land consolidation, land management

and land banking

11.40 Experience from Portugal:

Alexandre Abreu Lima, President of the Agricultural Association of

Tras-os-Montes / Alto Douro: 20 Years Land Consolidation in Portugal

12.00 Discussion

12.30 – 14.00 Lunch

14.00 – 16.00 Breakout groups

Specific themes (rooms 0601, 0790, 0120, 0714, N-806)

16.00 – 16.30 Coffee Break /Open Space

16.30 – 17.30 Plenary

Pulling together the themes


19.00 Meeting of the drafting group (room 0714)

a) Preparation of Framework and Key Issues for Guidelines

b) Preparation of the ‘Munich Statement on land consolidation in

CEEC’

Wednesday, 27.02.2002

08.00 Field Trip / Technical Tours to Lower Bavaria

approx. 22.00 return to Munich

Thursday, 28.02.2002

9.00 – 10.30 Plenary

including Dinner in Reisbach, Landkreis Dingolfing

Framework and Key issues for the Guidelines

09.00 Presentation of first draft

09.30 Discussion

10.30 – 11.00 Coffee Break /Open Space

11.00 – 13.00 Breakout groups

13.00 – 14.00 Lunch

14.00 – 15.30 Plenary

Discussion on individual chapters of the guidelines in subgroups

(rooms 0601, 0790, 0120, 0714, N-806)

“Munich Statement on Land Fragmentation and Land Consolidation

in CEEC”

14.00 Presentation

14.30 Discussion and Approval

Outlook / Vision

16.00 Prof. Dr. Holger Magel, TUM

16.10 David Palmer / Fritz Rembold, FAO

16.20 Dr. Henner Meyer-Rühen, Head of Division, Rural Development, GTZ

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