World BORDERPOL Congress - Call for Papers deadline 30th April 2014
The World BORDERPOL Congress Advisory Committee is inviting abstracts for consideration for inclusion in the programme of the 3rd World BORDERPOL Congress.
A high level conference delivering discussions and debate on policies, implementation and technology that contributes towards successful border management and security.
Although the programme will consider all aspects for discussion, and you are encouraged to submit your abstract for review, particular topics for discussion and focus to be considered will be:
Outline topic areas:
If you believe you can contribute to these discussions and wish to be part of the 3rd World BORDERPOL Congress, then submit an abstract for consideration by the advisory committee
The annual World BORDERPOL Congress is a high level 2 day event that will discuss and debate current and future policies, implementation issues and challenges as well as new and developing technologies that contribute towards safe and secure border and migration management.
We look forward to welcoming you to Budapest, Hungary on 9th-11th December 2014.
Your presentation should not be overtly commercial in nature.
9th-11th December 2014, Budapest, Hungary
Enhancing Cooperation for Smarter Border Management
BORDERPOL, the world’s organisation for border management, security and migration management, is delighted to announce it will be hosting the 3rd World BORDERPOL Congress on 9th to 11th December 2014 in Budapest, Hungary.
The World BORDERPOL Congress is the only multi-jurisdictional transnational platform where the border protection, management and security industry policy-makers and practitioners convene annually to discuss the international challenges faced in protecting not only one’s own country’s borders, but those of neighbours and friends.
Who is the World BORDERPOL Congress for?
For further details visit www.world-borderpol-congress.com
“The World BORDERPOL Congress is unique in its content in delivering discussions, knowledge enhancement and greater collaboration across the international border management and security industry.”