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    The European Migration, Border and Security Roundtable 2018

    Tuesday, June 19th 2018 , Brussels, Belgium

  • Slide

    The European Migration, Border and Security Roundtable 2018

    Tuesday, June 19th 2018 , Brussels, Belgium

  • Slide

    The European Migration, Border and Security Roundtable 2018

    Tuesday, June 19th 2018 , Brussels, Belgium

  • Slide

    The European Migration, Border and Security Roundtable 2018

    Tuesday, June 19th 2018 , Brussels, Belgium

  • Slide

    The European Migration, Border and Security Roundtable 2018

    Tuesday, June 19th 2018 , Brussels, Belgium

  • Slide

    The European Migration, Border and Security Roundtable 2018

    Tuesday, June 19th 2018 , Brussels, Belgium

Overview

The challenges faced in relation to migration, border management and security have increased due to irregular border crossings into the EU, evolving and ongoing threats to internal security and EU citizen expectation of external border and Schengen area controls. The need for effective management on migration and internal security has never been higher. The EU must seek to overcome any structural shortcomings and enhance the information management architecture.

Format

The roundtable is a stakeholder forum and platform to engage with high-level policymakers, operational agencies, influential institutions and leading academics. The meeting starts with the chair’s opening remarks followed by brief welcome addresses from the European Commission and European Parliament. The majority of the day will be afforded fairly amongst participants (by the chair) to share their viewpoints, ideas, questions and recommendations.

Focus:
  • Managing the refugee crisis
  • Common visa policy
  • Utilising interoperability effectively
  • Integrated border management strategy
  • Additional IT and biometrics
  • Tackling terrorism and organised crime
Report

Following the Roundtable, a Border & Security Report will be published within the Government Gazette, our official Media Partner. Contributors include the European Commission, Members of the European Parliament, academic experts, industry and other key stakeholders. 

ICPS

The International Centre for Parliamentary Studies (ICPS) exists to promote effective policy making and good governance through better interaction between Parliaments, Governments and other stakeholders in society.

The Centre’s primary focus is the empowerment of human capital through capacity building. To this effect, the Centre organises a range of training programmes, conferences, policy discussions and research projects to address current public policy issues in the United Kingdom, within the European Union and on the international stage.

Pricing

One Industry Pass - £6,950
Two Industry Passes - £8,950

  • Participation and seat at the round table
  • Invitation to the networking lunch
  • Invitation to contribute up to 800 words within Border and Security Report