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About Collab4Safety

The overall strategic objective of Collab4Safety is to optimise the integration of research and training in food safety between the European Union (EU) and its trading partners, in order to facilitate the control and mitigation of existing and emerging food risks, and to provide a sustainable platform for global integration of food safety policies.

Collab4Safety strategic objective will be achieved through four integrated work packages with the following specific objectives:

  • To map international research, innovation and training activities and policies in the area of food safety;
  • To identify gaps in knowledge salient to policy development;
  • To actively disseminate the project activities and deliverables to project stakeholders;
  • To provide a comprehensive ordered portal on food safety that will enable the global research and policy societies to find up-to-date information on policies (legislation), research and training;
  • To create a sustainable cooperation structure that will be used during the project and will continue beyond the project to maintain the coordination of actions to promote food safety;
  • To develop and implement a food safety road map that will facilitate a sustainable global cooperation on food safety.

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Jul 4th, 2016

The Final Event of the Collab4Safety project - the Policy Conference - took place in Montpellier, France, between the 29th of June and 1st of July 2016.
The first day started with a SELAMAT session, organized in cooperation with Collab4Safety, on the topic of "Food Safety in relation to food security and climate change in Africa".

May 23rd, 2016

Follow the live stream of the event here (user: collab4safetylive | pass: 2016063001)

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