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The 2nd General Assembly 2016 in Berlin has decided that the CIVILSCAPE General Assembly will be held in Sevilla between 10:00 - 12:00 CET on 26 March 2017.
The General Assembly is hosted by the CIVILSCAPE member organisation the Spanish Asociación en Defensa del Territorio de Aljarafe (ADTA) . It is the first time that a General Assembly will be held in Sevilla. We expect that especially our Spanish speaking members and those from neighbour regions will use the chance to attend the meeting. The General Assembly will be held after the International Seminar "Landscape, Water and Citizenship" (Spanish spoken) in Sevilla which ends on Friday 24 March 2017 with a visit to the Alcázar (Royal Palace of Sevilla) at 16.00 CET.
Actually we are preparing a field trip to Aljarafe region to visit our member organisation ADTA, with its collaboration, with the objective to learn more about the local work on landscape in the region. The filed trip includes the visit the Palace of Buen Aire and Le Forestier gardens, a viewpoint of Seville (Castilleja de Guzmán), the Megalithic tomb of la Pastora (Valencina de la Concepción), and the Riopudio River Park.
A kick off meeting of the Task Force on Landscape without Borders (TF-BORDERS ) is scheduled on Saturday 25 March 2017 in Sevilla between 18:30 – 19.30 CET at the Headquarters of the Water Supply and Sanitation Agency of Seville: EMASESA (Calle Escuelas Pías, 1). CIVILSCAPE calls for partnerships - experts, ideas, and cooperation - in sharing relevant expertise, which could contribute to the development of the knowledge on relationship between landscape and immigration.
Actually we have published the first draft of the agenda. Member organisations are asked during the next weeks to make suggestions for the agenda.
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