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Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO)

The Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO) analyses economic, social and political processes of change in the agricultural and food sector, and in rural areas. The geographic focus covers the enlarging EU, transition regions of Central, Eastern and South Eastern Europe, as well as Central and Eastern Asia.

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18 January 2018

Today the Global Forum for Food and Agriculture (GFFA) opens its doors in Berlin

IAMO is co-organiser of two panel discussions on the topics “Feed for Life! – Alternatives in the Feeding Sector” and “How can livestock production contribute to global food security?”.

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16 January 2018

Scientific delegation from Mongolia visiting IAMO

On Monday, 15 January 2018, a delegation of the German-Mongolian cooperation project "Sustainable Agriculture", including project leader Dr. Ing. Alfred Kather, has been visiting the institute.

The aim of the meeting was to present current IAMO projects with special focus on the agricultural development in Mongolia and to explore the possibilities of future cooperation with the Mongolian guests. During this meeting, the topics of climate...

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Latest Press Release

03 January 2018 | Press Release 01/2018

Prospects and challenges of livestock production in Asia and Eastern Europe

Expert panel at the International Green Week 2018 in Berlin

During the Global Forum for Food and Agriculture (GFFA) an expert panel entitled “How Can Livestock Production Contribute to Global Food Security? Farms and Industries of the Future in Asia and Eastern Europe” will take place in the CityCube Berlin,...

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22 December 2017 | Press Release 10/2017

Involuntary return migration to Kosovo: Tackling challenges for successful reintegration

IAMO Policy Brief 33 discusses opportunities and risks for successful reintegration

Kosovo currently faces the challenge of reintegrating thousands of migrants returning from Western Europe. In addition to low educational levels and qualifications of the returnees, their reintegration is hindered above all by the generally poor job...

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