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Les contours de la mission de coopération internationale

Par Julien PICHON, publié le mardi 2 octobre 2012 09:38 - Mis à jour le mercredi 7 février 2018 11:02

La mission de coopération internationale est inscrite dans la loi d’orientation agricole du 9 juillet 1999 qui précise que « les établissements participent à des actions de coopération internationale, notamment en favorisant les échanges et l’accueil d’élèves, apprentis, étudiants, stagiaires et enseignants. »

La mission est structurée autour de plusieurs niveaux d’intervention, dont :

  • Au niveau national (DGER), le bureau des relations européennes et de la coopération internationale.  Il est chargé de contribuer à la politique culturelle, scientifique et technique de la France. Il assure l’animation, la coordination et l’évaluation des actions mises en œuvre par les établissements d’enseignement agricole.
  • Au niveau régional (DRAAF), les chargés de coopération internationale en SRFD. Ils sont responsables de l’information, de l’animation et de la valorisation de la mission. Le référent pour les Pays de la Loire est Julien Pichon. Pour lui écrire : julien.pichon@agriculture.gouv.fr ou julien.pichon@educagri.fr

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