[ed4bg.eu] The event aims to strengthen
and improve the European community of border guards by publicising the
work of 400,000 border guards in Europe, providing a forum for
discussion and the exchange of best practices. It will take place in a
different Member State every year and cover various aspects of the work
of management of the EU’s borders.
The first European Day for
Border Guards event will take place in Warsaw on 25 May 2010, in honour
of the fifth anniversary of the foundation of Frontex, will feature a
conference on “The future of the border management in Europe including
the role of Frontex”. This conference will be followed by several
specialised panel discussions, a border related photo exhibition and
film screenings, together with an industry exposition.
Please find below the site events taking place during
the European Day for Border Guards.
exposition: check out the state-of-the-art technologies that
aim to enhance efficiency and operability, in an environment with very
specific needs such as border control.
- National Border
Guards Authorities exposition: drop by, get in touch, share
views and network with peers and colleagues from all across Europe.
exposition: coordinated by the Frontex Training Unit, you are
wellcome to find information about Frontex Partnership Academies.
exhibition: see the works presented by border guards from all
Europe that took part in photo contest organized by Frontex. The theme
of the exposed photos is the concept of "Borders", broadly understood.
related movies screening: if you want to quiet out for a
moment, get into the cinema room. A selection of award-winning fiction
movies and documentaries will be screened, presenting different looks
and thoughts about the frontiers between countries and cultures.
Visit also the Frontex Unit’s rooms:
of Frontex Situation Centre on open source media monitoring
of Frontex Situation Centre on One-Stop-Shop
- Presentation of
Frontex Air Border Sector on their activities
- Presentation of
Frontex Sea Border Sector on their activities