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PREZODE

EVENT - JOINING FORCES TO ESCAPE THE ERA OF PANDEMICS

Friday, 11th of February 09:30– 17.00 - Online

EVENT PFUE
An event within the framework of the French Presidency of the Council of the EU

ONLINE Event: “Joining forces to escape the era of pandemics

Friday, 11th of February 2022

From 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM CET

PROGRAMME

Join the meeting!

Event organized by the PREZODE initiative (Preventing ZOonotic Disease Emergence) within the framework of the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union. 

In January 2021, during the One Planet Summit, the President of France Emmanuel Macron launched the PREZODE initiative, with the ambition to foster multilateral collaboration with and between countries and other initiatives to prevent the emergence and spread of zoonotic diseases, while ensuring food security and fighting against poverty. 

One year later, the ambitious initiative counts with more than 100 international partners, including eight countries, which signed the PREZODE Declaration of Intent and continues its development through its co-construction process which already involved more than 1,000 actors from around 120 countries. 

> Read about PREZODE’s one-year achievement and activities to come.

This event is the opportunity to gather all our partners, experts, and collaborators from scientific and policymakers to 

  • Introduce the main research and operational activities performed in the field of prevention of zoonotic diseases emergencies at European level.
  • Debate on the prevention and surveillance strategies in Europe and in the international context.

Highlight the recommendations resulting from the co-construction workshops held in 2021, in Europe and beyond.

PROGRAMME

PROGRAM_PREZODE EU Event 11 February_finalpdf - 495.3 kB

Presentations 

General presentation of PREZODE initiative and state of play

1_PREZODE-Présentation-Généralepdf - 3.4 MB

Examples of Research initiatives in European Union

Italy

2_Maria-Grazia-Dentepdf - 1.2 MB

Germany

3_Thomas-Mettentleiterpdf - 883.7 kB

Netherlands

4_Wim-van-den-Poelpdf - 821.3 kB

Sweden

5_Susanna-Sternberg-Lewerinpdf - 282.1 kB

Surveillance in Europe

6_Hein-Imberechtspdf - 772.3 kB
7_Hélène-Amarpdf - 700.7 kB

International Cooperation programs

10_Marie-Edanpdf - 457.5 kB
11_Benoit Miribel OSHpdf - 1.6 MB

Synthesis of PREZODE co-construction workshops

12_PREZODE EUROPEpdf - 1.2 MB
13_PREZODE INTERNATIONALpdf - 3.8 MB
14_PREZODE USA-CANADApdf - 979 kB
15_Jean-François Soussanapdf - 267.3 kB

Roundtable

16_Karin-Arturssonpdf - 1.1 MB

Url : https://prezode-eu-event.org/Paris1/INRAE1/2022-02-11_3/