SAVE THE DATES – 24th-26th April 2024, Istanbul, Turkey The organisers of the World Border Security Congress have announced the dates and host city forRead More
The World Border Security Congress Closed Agency Only Workshops aim to promote collaboration, inter-agency cooperation and information/intelligence sharing amongst border agencies and agencies at theRead More
The Outline Programme of topics has been announced for the 2023 World Border Security Congress, delivering another excellent, high quality agenda for the international borderRead More
Are you interested at speaking at the 2023 World Border Security Congress? The Conference Advisory Committee are inviting abstracts to be submitted for consideration forRead More
UNODC and EAPCCO Strengthening Investigation and Intelligence Capacity to Counter Links between Terrorism and Transnational Organized Crime in Eastern Africa
The Eastern Africa Police Chiefs Cooperation Organization (EAPCCO) Regional Counter-Terrorism Centre of Excellence (CTCoE) and UNODC recently presented a 5-day training workshop on “Strengthening InvestigationsRead More
EU Member States are increasingly turning to Eurojust, for assistance in investigations of serious cross-border crimes and terrorism
Judicial authorities in EU Member States are increasingly turning to Eurojust, the European Union Agency for Criminal Justice Cooperation, for assistance in investigations of seriousRead More
IOM reports that 16,724 migrants and refugees have entered Europe by sea through almost four months of 2020, a 16 per cent increase from theRead More
The conference committee have announced the provisional programme for World Border Security Congress to be held at Divani Caravel Hotel in Athens from the 31st March – 2nd April 2020.
IOM, the UN Migration Agency, reports that 87,315 migrants and refugees have entered Europe by sea through 30 October, a 12% decrease from the 99,122 arriving during the same period last year. Over half all arrivals this year (47,015) have landed in Greece, while another one-fourth (22,247) have landed in Spain, with the balance arriving in much smaller proportions to Italy, Malta and Cyprus.
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Border Police Director Zoran Galic warned that members of this police agency would not be able to solve the problem of migrantsRead More