CEPOL participates in virtual conference on 2021-2027 future HOME EU funds

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18 November 2020

CEPOL is participating today and tomorrow in the virtual conference ‘Bridging the present with the future: EU funds for migration, borders and security’, hosted by DG HOME on 18 and 19 November 2020, together with Commission services, other JHA agencies and national authorities.

The main focus of the conference is to discuss the details of the new programming period 2021-2027, and explore ways to shape the future priorities for the programmes and the thematic facility. The Conference also provides an opportunity to take stock of lessons learned from the current programming period 2014-2020 and identify ways to achieve the highest impact of the EU funding dedicated to enhance security and effectively manage migration.

One of the main event highlights, available for the duration of this innovative digital Conference, is the Virtual exhibition, displaying the achievements of the current programmes and stands from the agencies and international organisations. As an exhibitor, CEPOL is presenting its work via its online booth. Visitors of the booth can learn all about CEPOL’s EU Strategic Training Needs Analysis (EU-STNA) and the Operational Training Needs Analyses that were completed this year in the following strategic areas, identified in the EU-STNA: facilitation of illegal immigration, trafficking in human beings, criminal finances, money laundering and asset recovery, drug trafficking, as well as the two COVID-19 TNAs on serious and organised crime, and on domestic violence. Additionally, visitors have the opportunity to interact with CEPOL representatives, and have live discussions via the available chat function.

Tomorrow, 19 November CEPOL is taking part in the session dedicated to the EU agencies, and is hosting its own ‘live’ virtual conversation table, where participants will be able to further familiarise themselves with the agency’s activities while CEPOL representatives will be available to provide information and respond to questions from the audience.



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European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training
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