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SCAR

Standing Committee on Agricultural Research (SCAR)

Represents 37 different countries

SCAR AKIS

SCAR AKIS

Agricultural Knowledge and Innovation Systems

SCAR ARCH

SCAR ARCH

European Agricultural Research towards greater impact on global CHallenges

BIOECONOMY

BIOECONOMY

Sustainable Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries in the Bioeconomy - A Challenge for Europe

FISH

SCAR Fish

Fisheries and Aquaculture Research

FOREST

SCAR Forest

Forestry Research and Innovation

FOOD

FOOD

Shared Infrastructures for European Agri-Food Research

Animal Health & Welfare Research

Animal Health & Welfare Research

Collaborative Working Group

SUSTAINABLE ANIMAL PRODUCTION

SUSTAINABLE ANIMAL PRODUCTION

Collaborative Working Group

Dorri te Boekhorst

Dorri te Boekhorst

 

Studied Biology in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. Over the past fifteen years she conducted various projects covering integrated water management, sustainable development and higher education.

She has been coordinating higher education programmes in Biology at the University of Nijmegen and has managed the financial and administrative side of European scientific cooperation projects (EFDR, FP7, H2020 Interreg).

She combines an analytical helicopter view with a pragmatic hands-on mentality and has been organizing a wide variety of events and workshops and likes moderating groups at such events. 

From 2015 she is contributing to strategic projects managed by the section ‘Joint Programming and ERA-NETs’. One of their main tasks is supporting the FACCE-JPI Governing Board (the Joint Programming initiative on Agriculture, Climate Change and Food Security) and the activities rising from the FACCE Implementation Plan. The Netherlands is an active partner in the Secretariat and interaction with the national context. Focal points from the Ministry of Economic Affairs are alignment, valorisation and impact.

The second major activity of Dorri is carrying out a study on representation and inclusion of countries in the Standing Committee on Agricultural Research. A desk study in combination with interviews has led to a concept paper. The final paper will be presented at the Talinn conference in December 2017.