As with many events that have had to postpone due to Covid-19, organisers of the World Border Security Congress have been closely monitoring the situation over the last few months.
There have been easing of restrictions taking place and decrease in infections, so the organisers are hopeful that we are starting to move closer to being able to connect again face-to-face.
Organisers of the World Border Security Congress currently plan to continue to deliver an ‘in-person’ event on 24th-26th November in Athens, Greece, giving the opportunities to meet and network in a safe and friendly environment. Indeed Greece has been successful as one of the lowest infections of Covid-19 due to its early measures.
With an exciting agenda planned, the Congress should also provide the first in-person opportunity to discuss the challenges the Covid-19 pandemic has provided to the border security and management community, and how, as an international community, we could do more in the post-crisis and future situations.
Further details on the current programme can be viewed at www.world-border-congress.com/programme.
Registration for the World Border Security Congess is open for your opportunity to apply for your delegate place and join the international border security, protection and management community for this high level, exciting discussion.
We look forward to seeing you in Athens, Greece on 24th-26th November.