3. Nairobi workshop. The third event took place on 23 October 2019 in Nairobi, Kenya at Strathmore University Law School in Nairobi and brought together more than 40 experts from a number of African countries, including Kenya, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Uganda, Tanzania, South Africa and Sudan, as well as legal experts from international organizations such as the Environment. For more information on the feedback received, see the Nairobi consultation report. The third meeting of the working group was held on 25 and 27 April 2018 at UNIDROIT headquarters in Rome. The working group first reviewed the latest developments, including the presentation of work at the World Bank`s annual conference on agriculture and poverty (Washington, March 19-23, 2018), as well as some general considerations regarding work (e.g. B scope and key questions). The working group then examined in detail draft chapters and issues in the draft future instrument on rural investment contracts and, as part of this review, examined various drafting issues aimed at facilitating revisions (e.g., terminology to be used). B; The definition of the guidelines to be provided, the degree of detail and references to other instruments and sources). Finally, the working group looked at the next steps (for example. B the development and revision of the remaining powers, stakeholder participation and consultations on the introduction of projects and the upcoming timetable) and decided that the fourth meeting of the working group would be held on 9 and 11 October 2018 at UNIDROIT headquarters in Rome. The second meeting of the working group was held from 13 to 15 September 2017 at UNIDROIT headquarters in Rome.
The working group reviewed recent developments and general reflections on the work, including the scope and public of the future instrument and its adaptation to existing initiatives. B (e.g., PRINCIPEST vggT and CFS-RAI); the draft future instrument, the proposed revision of this framework and the first editorial contributions for certain chapters will be subject to further review; and examined the organization of future work, including possible events and other means of awareness of the work, advice to stakeholders and the search for input from them. Committee meeting: Based on feedback and feedback received throughout the consultation process for the ALIC Zero project, the UNIDROIT secretariat, in coordination with FAO and IFAD, convened a meeting of the editorial board in Rome on 2 and 3 March 2020 (see agenda received). The secretariat provided a brief overview of the results of the consultations and an update on the next steps in the completion of the ALIC guide. The editorial board members, including the experts from the ALIC working group, reviewed each comment and recommendation they received in the chapter and decided how to adapt the various chapters of the « ALIC Zero Draft » accordingly. In preparation for the completion of the future legal guide, a number of issues were discussed, such as: .B.: a) terminology; b) the development of guidelines; (c) the appropriate level of detail; (d) references to other instruments and sources; and editorial revisions in terms of clarity of expression and ease of use.