Series of online panel discussions: Is Russia’s invasion of Ukraine changing agrifood markets as we know them?
07 July 2022 - Russia’s full-scale aggression against Ukraine, which started on February 24th 2022 has brought serious problems to Ukraine and its agricultural industry. Series of online panel discussions jointly organised by Wageningen University & Research, Kyiv School of Economics, IAMO and APD Ukraine.
The aim of these events is to accumulate in-depth knowledge and evidence on the current threats and forecasts regarding the war’s impact on local and global agrifood markets, and provide the public with professional expertise on the issue.
Well-known experts, representing various fields of competence and geographic regions, are going to examine and discuss the short- and longer-term implications of the Russian aggression on availability and prices of agricultural commodities, patterns of trade, agricultural input industries, national food policies and many other aspects of the war in Ukraine.
100 days past the RF’s invasion: current state and outlook on food security and agricultural markets around the globe
7 July 15.00 – 16:30 (CEST)
Changes in agrarian policy in Ukraine – chances and opportunities during wartime
13 April 2022 11.00 – 13.00 (CEST)
Agriculture amid the war in Ukraine
6 April 2022 15.00 – 16.30 (CEST)
Implications of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine for global food markets and food policies
31 March 2022 16.00-17.00 (CEST)