Delivering Vital Networking and Collaboration Opportunities

As we begin to see light at the end of the pandemic tunnel, organisers of the 2021 World Border Security Congress continue to plan for the 8th-10th June in-person at Divania Caravel in Athens, Greece.

There is a need now, more than ever, to bring together the border security, protection and management community, which has seen many unique challenges over the past 12 months, to discuss ways forward for the sector and how new technologies and solutions can play their part in its regeneration.

With many economies being hurt by travel restrictions, it has not stopped cross border crime, smuggling and irregular migration, which continues unabated and in circumstances benefiting from the stretch on agency and government resources.

The 2021 World Border Security Congress is kindly being co-hosted by the Greek Ministry of Migration and Asylum and supported by the OSCE, European Association of Airport & Seaport Police, AU-ECOSOCC, IACIPP, NSRC and ISIO.

It will be one of the first opportunities of the year to re-connect and network again, in a safe and friendly environment, whilst discovering what is happening around the world with its world beating conference agenda, and key Closed Agency Only Workshops.

The World Border Security Congress will also be showcasing much of the latest technology for enhancing border security, protection and management, whilst delivering on vital networking opportunities.

You are invited to apply for your Congress delegate pass at