Danilo Diniz Correia

Danilo Diniz Correia

  • Implementation Assistant
  • International Organization for Migration, Argentina

Mr. Diniz Correia holds a political science degree by the University of Buenos Aires and a master’s degree by the Universidad de San Martin (Argentina), his interests are international security and matters, the intersection of realist and critical theories on international relations. Based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, he currently works for the International Organization for Migration in the area of migration and border management in a regional project with presence is seven south American countries. Said project seeks to strengthen its member states border management capabilities and to fight the crimes of Human Trafficking and Migrant Smuggling. Furthermore, Mr. Diniz Correia is currently researching peace and trust building processes between former warring neighbouring countries, especially as it pertains to the role of international cooperation in this process, aiming to contribute to further the border integration initiatives in South America.


  • Future Borders

    It is now clear that entry/exit systems are future of our borders and that API/PNR data is fundamental to their successful implementation. But how is that implementation progressing, especially at our maritime and green borders where there is little or no experience in the use of these technologies and data systems, and where conditions make it much more challenging, like busy ferry ports or secluded border crossings points or harbours?
    As passengers in general want technology to make travel simpler, governmental movements towards new forms of border control with the use of Digital Identity are with public-private cooperation. What is the changing landscape of API/PNR and how will that data and systems be managed as it rolls out across the world and are Trusted Traveller Programmes based on API/PNR data the future.
    What’s the latest thought leadership in enhancing border protection and management to counter the ever-changing challenges?