The All-Atlantic Ocean Research Forum will gather political and community leaders, researchers, industry, youth ambassadors and, inspirational speakers from along and across the Atlantic, from the Arctic to Antarctica, to showcase the results of cooperation and their impact on the citizens living on the shores of the Atlantic.
Join us to witness what many Atlantic coastal countries and beyond, and many EU funded projects have achieved together since their Atlantic Journey begun in 2013 with the signing of the Galway Statement and with the signing of Belém Statement in 2017.
Register now for the All-Atlantic Ocean Research Forum, taking place on 6 – 7 February 2020 in Brussels!
Don’t miss this great opportunity to shape the future of the All-Atlantic Ocean Research, to network and join our community.
The Forum will define the new strategic direction and political ambitions for the Alliance, which was launched with the signings of the European Union–United States–Canada Galway Statement in 2013, the European Union–Brazil–South Africa Belém Statement in 2017, and the European Union-Cape Verde-Argentina Cooperation Agreements in 2018.
In particular, the Forum will define how the Alliance will deliver on:
Join leading artists, scientists, and thought-leaders as they take you on an expedition of artistic, cultural and collaborative discoveries dedicated to fostering a deeper understanding of the Ocean through the lens of art and to engendering creative solutions to our most pressing issues.
This website is developed by the AANChOR Coordination and Support Action, aimed to support the implementation of the Belém Statement, which has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 818395.