The MEDEA Project will held a conference about EU Borders Security on 27th and 28th September in Madrid

This two-day-event will highlight the main challenges and threats of the internal and external european borders management, the key role of practitioners in security research and the future common path bewteen security policy and security research, among other points

The conference “EU Borders Security: Acting Ahead across Research, Practice, and Policy” will be held on 27th and 28th September in Madrid (Spain) in the framework of the MEDEA project. This two-day event aims to point out the current challenges and necessities in this relevant subject that requires constant exchange among edge research and innovation, strategy, policy planning and implementation on the ground, involving stakeholders at regional, national, and EU level.

This activity is addresed to the professionals and all the security-related actors. The conference is structured with the following focus sessions:

  • Hybrid Threats & Border management,
  • Evolving interoperability Challenges,
  • Practitioners’ Key Role in Security Research
  • Looking Forward: A common path between Security Policy and Security Research

What is more, a guided visit to the CECORVIGMAR, Spanish Guardia Civil Coordination Centre for Maritime Surveillance of Coasts and Borders, is also scheduled to take place in the context of the conference.

If you are interested in this subject and want to attend the event, register here. You can find all the information and details on the MEDEA project’s website.

MEDEA’s two-day agenda:

This project is funded by the European Union’s Horizon H2020 – Research and Innovation Framework Programme. The consortium is led by the Center for Security Studies KEMEA from Greece and formed by 19 partners from different european countries, including the Euro-Arab Foundation for Higher Studies from Spain.

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