2025 Call for Papers Now Open

The World Border Security Congress conference committee is now accepting abstracts for consideration in the 2025 Congress programme. Should you wish to be considered for inclusion in the agenda, submit your abstract by 31st July.

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About the Congress

Spain’s vast coastline and strategic location between Africa and Europe present unique challenges for the National Police and Guardia Civil. Spain faces a constant influx of migrants seeking a better life in Europe. The Canary Islands and the enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla, bordering Morocco, are popular entry points. Patrolling these vast stretches, especially maritime […]

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Great reasons for you to attend

The World Border Security Congress is a high level 3 day event for senior border officials to 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.

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75
Speakers
400
Participants
30
Exhibitors
60
Countries

2024 Speakers Included

Gerard Waite
Chief of Mission IOM Turkey
Commissioner Cristiano Eloi
Head of the Human Trafficking and Smuggling of Migrants Unit Federal Police, Brazil
Christina Peach
Deputy Assistant Administrator, Requirements & Capabilities Analysis Transport Security Administration, USA
CS Pedro Alberto Nunes Teixeira
Deputy National Director of Airport Security and Border Control Public Security Police (PSP), Portugal
Tofiq Murshudlu
Head of Coordination, Border Management Branch United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime - UNODC
ADG S Paramesh
Additional Director General Indian Coast Guard
Counter Terrorism Border Operations Centre
Counter Terrorism Policing Headquarters United Kingdom
Major General Mohammad Ashrafuzzaman Siddiqui
Director General Border Guard Bangladesh
Robert Frain
Policy Officer INTERPOL, France

Location

Eurostars Madrid Tower

Madrid, Spain

The Eurostars Madrid Tower is located in the Cuatro Torres Business Area. This is one of the new and emerging business areas in the capital located north of Paseo de la Castellana and conveniently connected to the main points of interest in Madrid. The hotel is easily accessible by car due to its proximity to the main entrances into the city, as well as by public transport. Just a few metres away is the Begoña stop on line 10 of the underground and Chamartín, the local railway station. Several bus lines also stop near the hotel. The airport, the centre of Madrid, the business district and some of the most important arteries crossing the city, such as the M-30, the M-40 and the A-1, are also easy to reach.

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