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Stakeholders Database

Current number of registered stakeholders: 1644


The Collab4safety Stakeholder Database has been designed to include all types of stakeholders worldwide involved in any areas of food safety. The public database aims to increase brokerage and future collaborations between parties with common interests. It allows searching stakeholders by name, area of expertise, job title, organization, type of organization and country.

Registered stakeholders will:

  • Be part of a global food safety community
  • Increase the visibility of their profile and work
  • Have access to the entire network and to the profiles of other community members
  • Enhance brokerage and collaborations with other community members
  • Receive news about the findings and be invited to international events of this initiative
  • Have the opportunity to engage in consultation with researchers of the Collab4Safety project

Registration takes less than 5 minutes. Please click on Access to Stakeholder Database to become a member. By registering you authorize the publication of the data filled in during the registration process. If you wish to change your data or delete your profile, you can do so through your account or contacting the project team.



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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This website reflects only the author´s views and the European Union is not responsible for any use that might be made of the content of the information contained in it. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement nº 311611.