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CAP Reform and Public Services of Agriculture

SER (NETHERLANDS), 22 DEC 2008

This report, produced by the Social and Economic Council in the Netherlands (SER), provides the thinking behind the Dutch Government's vision paper 'European Agricultural Policy 2020: The Dutch Outlook.'

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European Agricultural Policy 2020: The Dutch Outlook

MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE, NATURE AND FOOD QUALITY, NETHERLANDS, 22 DEC 2008

This paper was published by the Dutch government to coincide with the discussions on the CAP post-2013 that took place at the informal council of EU farm ministers held in Annecy, France, between 21 and 23 September.

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The Future of the CAP after 2013

FRENCH PRESIDENCY OF THE EU, 29 NOV 2008

The report is the product of the discussions which took place at the informal meeting of Agriculture ministers held in Annecy on 23 September 2008.

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Future of the Agricultural Policy in the Light of the European Union Budget Review in 2008/9 – Material for Discussion

OFFICE OF THE COMMITTEE OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION (POLAND), 21 NOV 2008

This discussion paper, published in February 2007, by the Polish government's Office of the Committee of European Integration, presents various scenarios for changes to the CAP from 2013. It reflects the authors' personal views and does not provide an official position of the Polish government.

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Visions for the Future of Agricultural Policy in Europe

COPA-COGECA, 20 NOV 2008

COPA-COGECA published a declaration entitled ‘Visions for the Future of Agricultural Policy in Europe’ in September 2008.

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What’s the Best Way to Prepare the CAP of the Future?

FRENCH PRESIDENCY OF THE EU, 20 NOV 2008

The French Presidency issued a discussion paper to Member States in preparation for the informal council of EU farm ministers held in Annecy, France, between 21 and 23 September.

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New Challenges, New CAP

BIRDLIFE INTERNATIONAL, 20 NOV 2008

BirdLife International was the first NGO to set out its views on the future of the CAP in October 2007.

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A Vision for the Common Agricultural Policy

DEFRA AND HM TREASURY, UK, 20 NOV 2008

In December 2005, the UK government published a Vision which continues to underpin the government’s negotiating position.

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Agricultural Policy and International Solidarity

LRF, SSNC AND CHURCH OF SWEDEN, 05 NOV 2008

This report, published in 2006, presents the outcome of a trialogue between the Federation of Swedish Farmers (LRF), the Church of Sweden and the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation (SSNC).

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CAP Reform Beyond 2013: An Idea for a Longer View

NOTRE EUROPE, 29 OCT 2008

A Notre Europe led expert group, which included former Agriculture Commissioner Franz Fischler, published this paper in May 2008 in which they make a critical assessment of the success of the CAP since the early 1990s, and put forward a range of proposals to enhance its legitimacy in the future.

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Beyond the Pillars: The UK Wildlife and Countryside Link’s Policy Perspective on the Future of the CAP

WILDLIFE AND COUNTRYSIDE LINK, 17 OCT 2008

In this Vision Document published in March 2008, the Wildlife and Countryside Link (a UK umbrella group for a number of conservation focused organisations) propose moving beyond the current two pillar mechanism of the CAP, split between a decoupled farm payment and rural development support, and in its place establish a single European Sustainable Land Management Policy.

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