Apimondia federation and its future

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Presentation given in 20 countries by Gilles Ratia – President of Apimondia,
from September 2009 to January 2011, by order: Indonesia, Canada, Slovenia, Argentina, Uruguay, Dominica, Martinique, Italy, Romania, Ivory Coast, Chile, Mexico, Colombia, Bulgaria, Moldavia, Turkey Brazil, Syria, Vietnam, South Korea & New Zealand
Future presentations in Serbia, Greece, Ireland, Poland, Saudi Arabia, etc.

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  • Whaou! A real challenge to convince you in two minutes. Lets' go! First, may I begin by thanking all of Dublin for your warm hospitality. WHAOU ! Quel véritable challenge de vous convaincre en deux minutes ! Allons-y ! Mais j’aimerai commencer en remerciant la chaude hospitalité de Dublin.
  • Whaou! A real challenge to convince you in two minutes. Lets' go! First, may I begin by thanking all of Dublin for your warm hospitality. WHAOU ! Quel véritable challenge de vous convaincre en deux minutes ! Allons-y ! Mais j’aimerai commencer en remerciant la chaude hospitalité de Dublin.
  • Whaou! A real challenge to convince you in two minutes. Lets' go! First, may I begin by thanking all of Dublin for your warm hospitality. WHAOU ! Quel véritable challenge de vous convaincre en deux minutes ! Allons-y ! Mais j’aimerai commencer en remerciant la chaude hospitalité de Dublin.
  • Whaou! A real challenge to convince you in two minutes. Lets' go! First, may I begin by thanking all of Dublin for your warm hospitality. WHAOU ! Quel véritable challenge de vous convaincre en deux minutes ! Allons-y ! Mais j’aimerai commencer en remerciant la chaude hospitalité de Dublin.
  • Apimondia federation and its future

    1. 1. Your Federation and its future Presentation given in 20 countries by Gilles Ratia – President from September 2009 to January 2011, by order: Indonesia, Canada, Slovenia, Argentina, Uruguay, Dominica, Martinique, Italy, Romania, Ivory Coast, Chile, Mexico, Colombia, Bulgaria, Moldavia, Turkey Brazil, Syria, Vietnam, South Korea & New Zealand Future presentations in Serbia, Greece, Ireland, Poland, Saudi Arabia, etc.
    2. 2. 1. 2. 3. Presentation Means Actions
    3. 3. Statutes – Article 1 Apimondia is the International Federation of Beekeepers’ Associations and other organisations working within the apiculture sector
    4. 4. Apimondia exists to promote scientific, technical, ecological, social and economic apicultural development in all countries
    5. 5. The Federation was founded by resolutions passed at the XIII International Apicultural Congress of 1949 in Amsterdam and is the successor to the International Apiarist Congress Secretariat founded in 1895
    6. 6. Previous p residents: Pr. Harnaj (Romania) Mr. Borneck (France) Mr. Jorgensen (Denmark) Current president: Mr. Gilles Ratia (France) Vice-president: Mr. Lucas Martinez (Argentina)
    7. 7. 1. 2. 3. Presentation Means Actions
    8. 8. Apimondia Executive Council Five new Commissions For a more efficient and balanced Vote during the General Assembly in Buenos-Aires in September 2011 Maximum of two terms of office for the presidency (= 8 years) Economy Biology Bee Health Flora & Pollination Technology & Quality Apitherapy Rural Develop. Oceania Africa The Americas Europe Asia
    9. 9. <ul><li>Role of the presidents of the five new “Regional Commissions” </li></ul><ul><li>To represent the beekeeping sector of their continent (amateurs and professionals) </li></ul><ul><li>To report the situation within their continent every year to the rest of the Executive Council </li></ul><ul><li>To provide support for national beekeeping associations with their governments and/or regional entities </li></ul><ul><li>To assure a better cooperation with beekeeping regional associations </li></ul><ul><li>To offer help to local organisations and to promote congresses and symposia </li></ul>
    10. 10. <ul><li>Role of the presidents of the five new “Continental Commissions” </li></ul><ul><li>To coordinate the activities of the Working Groups with the scientific commissions and to be chairman for the round tables </li></ul><ul><li>To establish databases (institutes, journals, suppliers, etc.) </li></ul><ul><li>To promote beekeeping amongst the general public </li></ul><ul><li>To be the key representative for journalists, TV programs, questions arriving from Rome, etc. </li></ul><ul><li>To encourage creation of national beekeeping associations in poor countries </li></ul><ul><li>To attract new members </li></ul><ul><li>To raise funds for the Federation </li></ul>
    11. 11. Apimondia Executive Council Economy Five new Commissions For a more efficient and balanced Economy & Com. Biology Bee Health Flora & Pollination Technology & Quality Apitherapy Rural Develop. Oceania Africa The Americas Europe Asia
    12. 12. ► Funds ► Internal collaboration Private forum/blog ► Monitoring of scientific & tech. communications ► Visibility ► Press Officer ► Professional webmaster Economy & Com. Biology Bee Health Flora & Pollination Technology & Quality Apitherapy Rural Develop. Oceania Africa The Americas Europe Asia
    13. 13. Biology Bee Health Flora & Pollination Technology & Quality Apitherapy Rural Develop. Oceania Africa The Americas Europe Asia Economy & Com.
    14. 14. 74 members + 6 new
    15. 15. Previous www.apimondia.org
    16. 16. Future www.apimondia.org
    17. 17. www.apimondia.org
    18. 18. www.apimondia.org
    19. 19. www.apimondia.org
    20. 20. www.apimondia.org
    21. 21. www.apimondia.org
    22. 22. www.apimondia.org
    23. 23. www.apimondia.org
    24. 24. www.apimondia.org
    25. 25. www.apimondia.org
    26. 26. www.apimondia.org
    27. 27. 1. 2. 3. Presentation Means Actions
    28. 28. 74 members + 6 new
    29. 29. Objective 100 members! 50 € for developing countries
    30. 30. Providing support for Beekeeping Associations with their governments ► Colony losses ► Recognition of pollination ► Conservation of local bees ► Funding for equipment ► Legislation ► Etc.
    31. 31. New work ethic Beekeepers’ problem(s) National Association(s) Apimondia Secretariat Executive Council General Assembly Continental Commission Working Group(s) Government(s) & regional entities International Beekeeping Community Solution(s) Action(s) - Kit(s) Scientific Commission TecA Technologies for Agriculture Network of Beekeeping for Development
    32. 32. <ul><li>AWG 1 : EU Organic legislation revision ( Andreas Thrasyvoulou ) </li></ul><ul><li>AWG 2 : Bees declared as endangered species ( Peter Kozmus ) </li></ul><ul><li>AWG 3 : Harmonization of regulations for international honey contests ( Yurij Riphyak ) </li></ul><ul><li>AWG 4 : Bee products quality categorization ( Dimitris Selianakis ) </li></ul><ul><li>AWG 5 : Good beekeeping practice for medical grade bee products ( Etienne Bruneau ) </li></ul><ul><li>AWG 6 : Ethical charter for the international honey trade ( Norberto Garcia ) </li></ul><ul><li>AWG 7 : Queen rearing and impact on the genetic variability (and the health) of productive bee colonies ( Maria Bouga ) </li></ul><ul><li>AWG x : in project &quot;Bees & Pesticides&quot; + &quot;GMO and the impact on bees&quot; + “New EU Honey Directive for honeys from Asian bees” + “Melipona and trigona honey categorization” + &quot;Apimondia accreditation for beekeeping museums&quot; + other topics following your proposals </li></ul>AWG: A pimondia W orking G roups
    33. 34. New work ethic Beekeepers’ problem(s) National Association(s) Apimondia Secretariat Executive Council General Assembly Continental Commission Working Group(s) Government(s) & regional entities Solution(s) Action(s) - Kit(s) In case of emergency International Beekeeping Community Scientific Commission TecA Technologies for Agriculture Network of Beekeeping for Development
    34. 35. ADK: A pimondia D igital K its Compilation of files downloadable via www.apimondia.org <ul><li>Only for the full members! </li></ul><ul><li>ADK 1 : Economic impact of bee pollination </li></ul><ul><li>ADK 2 : Sources of international honey market statistics </li></ul><ul><li>ADK 3 : EU accreditation for imported honey </li></ul><ul><li>ADK 4 : Beekeeping legislation in different countries </li></ul><ul><li>ADK 5 : Organic beekeeping standards </li></ul><ul><li>ADK 6 : Description of different structures like FAO, COPA-COGECA, etc. </li></ul><ul><li>ADK x : your propositions! </li></ul>
    35. 36. Cooperation with regional associations ► Apislavia ► AAA (Asian Apicultural Association) ► Balkan Beekeeping Federation ► FILAPI (Iberico-Latino-Americano) ► Nordic Beekeeper Association ► ACBO ( Ass. of Caribbean Beekeepers Org.) ► Arab Beekeepers’ Union ► ApiTrade Africa, etc.
    36. 37. Etc. Partnership with
    37. 38. ► Re-instatement of technical partnership ► Main objective  mainstreaming of apiculture on UN technical agenda (policy-making, link between Governmental bodies and grassroot level NGOs) ► Preliminary negotiation and establishment of links with FAO technical Division(s) ► COAG (FAO Committee on Agriculture) ► Identification and definition of areas of competitive advantage ► Main joint activities based on above ► Role of Member Associations ► Finalisation of Memorandum of Understanding ► Possible stipulation of subsequent Letter(s) of Agreement on specific initiatives ► Telefood ► TecA (Technologies for Agriculture)
    38. 40. Strengthening of FIITEA in Romania
    39. 43. Solidarity with beekeepers ► Conflicts ► Earthquake ► Fires ► Tsunami ► Etc.
    40. 45. N Year Place Country President General Secretary I 1897 Bruxelles Belgium De Lalieux de la Rocq senior Emile Caillas II 1900 Paris France De Lalieux de la Rocq senior Emile Caillas III 1902 Hertogenbosch The Netherlands De Lalieux de la Rocq senior Emile Caillas IV 1910 Bruxelles Belgium L. Tombu Genonceaux V 1911 Torino Italy Eduardo Perroncito L. Tombu VI 1922 Marseille France Paul Sirvent L. Tombu VII 1924 Québec Canada M.C. Cyrille Vaillancourt - C.B. Gooderham L. Tombu VIII 1928 Torino Italy Eduardo Perroncito L. Tombu IX 1932 Paris France G.F. Janbert Antonio Zappi-Recordati X 1935 Bruxelles Belgium De Lalieux de la Rocq junior Antonio Zappi-Recordati XI 1937 Paris France Sevalle Antonio Zappi-Recordati XII 1939 Zürich Switzerland Morgenthaler Morgenthaler XIII 1949 Amsterdam The Netherlands Ridder van Rappard Morgenthaler XIV 1951 Leamington Spa United Kingdom Barnes Morgenthaler XV 1954 København Denmark Børge Schwartz-Hansen Morgenthaler XVI 1956 Wien Austria Planckh Morgenthaler XVII 1958 Roma Italy Antonio Zappi-Recordati Antonio Zappi-Recordati XVIII 1961 Madrid Spain Maria Estremera Tago de Cabezas Antonio Zappi-Recordati XIX 1963 Praha Czechoslovakia J. Svoboda Antonio Zappi-Recordati XX 1965 Bucuresti Romania Veceslav Harnaj Silvestro Cannamela
    41. 46. 34 years XXI 1967 Maryland USA James Isaac Hambleton Silvestro Cannamela XXII 1969 München Germany Fridolin Gnädinger Silvestro Cannamela XXIII 1971 Moskva USSR P.I. Morozov Silvestro Cannamela XXIV 1973 Buenos Aires Argentina Oscar Schwint-Escalante Silvestro Cannamela XXV 1975 Grenoble France Raymond Borneck Silvestro Cannamela XXVI 1977 Adelaide Australia Keith M. Doull Silvestro Cannamela XXVII 1979 Athens Greece Georges Sellianakis Silvestro Cannamela XXVIII 1981 Acapulco Mexico David Cardoso-Tamez Silvestro Cannamela XXIX 1983 Budapest Hungary Sandor Kocsis Silvestro Cannamela XXX 1985 Nagoya Japan Sadanori Yamanaka Silvestro Cannamela XXXI 1987 Warszawa Poland Henryk Ostach Silvestro Cannamela XXXII 1989 Rio de Janeiro Brazil Helmuth Wiese Silvestro Cannamela XXXIII 1993 Beijing China Chen Yao-Chun Silvestro Cannamela XXXIV 1995 Lausanne Switzerland Werner Stern Riccardo Jannoni-Sebastianini XXXV 1997 Antwerp Belgium Prof. Dr. R. Verheyen Riccardo Jannoni-Sebastianini XXXVI 1999 Vancouver Canada Don Dixon Riccardo Jannoni-Sebastianini XXXVII 2001 Durban South Africa Prof. Crewe Riccardo Jannoni-Sebastianini XXXVIII 2003 Ljubljana Slovenia Lojze Peterle Riccardo Jannoni-Sebastianini XXXIX 2005 Dublin Ireland Philip McCabe Riccardo Jannoni-Sebastianini XL 2007 Melbourne Australia Terry Ryan Riccardo Jannoni-Sebastianini XLI 2009 Montpellier France Gilles Ratia Riccardo Jannoni-Sebastianini XLII 2011 Buenos Aires Argentina Lucas Martinez Riccardo Jannoni-Sebastianini XLIII 2013 Kiev Ukraine Victor Yushchenko Riccardo Jan
    42. 47. 2009 - Montpellier - France 650 scientific communications 195 exhibitors 10 000 participants Total budget over 2 M €uros 260 collaborators
    43. 48. 35 years XXI 1967 Maryland USA James Isaac Hambleton Silvestro Cannamela XXII 1969 München Germany Fridolin Gnädinger Silvestro Cannamela XXIII 1971 Moskva USSR P.I. Morozov Silvestro Cannamela XXIV 1973 Buenos Aires Argentina Oscar Schwint-Escalante Silvestro Cannamela XXV 1975 Grenoble France Raymond Borneck Silvestro Cannamela XXVI 1977 Adelaide Australia Keith M. Doull Silvestro Cannamela XXVII 1979 Athens Greece Georges Sellianakis Silvestro Cannamela XXVIII 1981 Acapulco Mexico David Cardoso-Tamez Silvestro Cannamela XXIX 1983 Budapest Hungary Sandor Kocsis Silvestro Cannamela XXX 1985 Nagoya Japan Sadanori Yamanaka Silvestro Cannamela XXXI 1987 Warszawa Poland Henryk Ostach Silvestro Cannamela XXXII 1989 Rio de Janeiro Brazil Helmuth Wiese Silvestro Cannamela XXXIII 1993 Beijing China Chen Yao-Chun Silvestro Cannamela XXXIV 1995 Lausanne Switzerland Werner Stern Riccardo Jannoni-Sebastianini XXXV 1997 Antwerp Belgium Prof. Dr. R. Verheyen Riccardo Jannoni-Sebastianini XXXVI 1999 Vancouver Canada Don Dixon Riccardo Jannoni-Sebastianini XXXVII 2001 Durban South Africa Prof. Crewe Riccardo Jannoni-Sebastianini XXXVIII 2003 Ljubljana Slovenia Lojze Peterle Riccardo Jannoni-Sebastianini XXXIX 2005 Dublin Ireland Philip McCabe Riccardo Jannoni-Sebastianini XL 2007 Melbourne Australia Terry Ryan Riccardo Jannoni-Sebastianini XLI 2009 Montpellier France Gilles Ratia Riccardo Jannoni-Sebastianini XLII 2011 Buenos Aires Argentina Lucas Martinez Riccardo Jannoni-Sebastianini XLIII 2013 Kiev Ukraine Victor Yushchenko Riccardo Jan
    44. 56. But also Symposia organized by different Commissions
    45. 60. www.apimondia.org Gilles RATIA – President gilles@apiservices.com Thank You
    46. 61. IC flows for innovation

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