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IMPORTANT PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENT
On May 18 the Executive Committee of BORDERPOL approved the creation of a series of webinars that will lead up to the traditional Global Forum that will be held in 2021.
The first webinar will be held JUNE 19, 2020 and will focus on the following subject:
Border Security and Human Mobility in the Post Pandemic World
Follow-up webinars are scheduled to be held quarterly. Speakers will include national policy makers, renowned academics and senior frontline managers. They will share their positions and experiences on various themes of interest to BORDERPOL's international community.
This webinar is an especially outstanding and unique opportunity for members of our community that hail from small administrations located around the world that find participating in the traditional BORDERPOL workshops of the past difficult because of the costs associated with travel.
If you wish to join the webinar as an attendee, join the panelists or be a sponsor contact Phelim Rowe, Director Events.
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