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Emerging animal diseases: from science to policy - Favv

Emerging animal diseases: from science to policy - Favv

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72 Colloquium “Emerging Animal Diseases: from science to policy” Synthesis and conclusions

Synthesis and conclusions – What did we learn today? X. Van Huffel, FASFC, Brussels P. Mortier, FASFC, Brussels Introduction The Belgian Federal Agency for the Safety of the Food Chain (FASFC), together with its Scientific Committee, took the challenging initiative to organise an international colloquium on “Emerging Animal Diseases”. This colloquium is to be situated in the yearly communication activity of the Scientific Committee of the FASFC where mainly national scientific experts, risk assessors, policy makers, risk managers and stakeholders come together to be informed and discuss a current topic. This year’s topic “Emerging Animal Diseases” – intrinsically unaffected by national borders – inspired the FASFC to aim for an international organisation and audience. Experts in the field of risk assessment and risk management accepted to share us their own vision or the vision of the international body which they represent on emerging animal diseases. On a worldwide scale many players deal with the subject of “emerging animal diseases”. International bodies such as the World Health Organisation (WHO), the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE), the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), the European Commission,… are all confronted with emerging risks in general and emerging animal infections in particular. New strategies are in the process of being developed and, on occasions like this, a broader audience, representing many stakeholders of the food chain, is informed about the actual situation and about the future perspectives in regard to emerging animal diseases. Highlights of the colloquium The programme of this colloquium was divided into three main parts: risk assessment, risk management and applications to specific animal diseases at risk of emergence or re-emergence. Theme 1: risk assessment of emerging animal diseases Dr. Caroline Planté (OIE, Brussels) introduced the subject of this colloquium by explaining the current position of the OIE on the approach of emerging animal diseases. The OIE attaches a great importance to the strengthening of veterinary and public health governance and infrastructure worldwide in order to manage new risks at the human/domestic animal/ 73

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