CEPOL to roll out EU-MENA Information Sharing and Analysis Network

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CEPOL to roll out EU-MENA Information Sharing and Analysis Network
22 September 2021

The EU Agency for Law Enforcement Training prepares to roll out EMISA, the EU-MENA Information Sharing and Analysis Network, a hub to further the efforts and work of the Agency with the Middle East and North African region in facilitating information sharing and increasing the overall understanding of violent extremism and terrorism phenomena.

To be launched within the frame of CEPOL’s Counter-Terrorism Information Exchange and Criminal Justice Responses’ project (CT INFLOW), this initiative aims to set up a strong, long-standing network of experts who work closely to exchange experiences, good practices and challenges on a regular basis.

To present this network, CEPOL will host an online forum on Monday 27 September 2021, featuring interventions by high-level representatives from the EU-MENA region who will discuss the challenges law enforcement communities face in the field of counterterrorism and the importance of inter-regional cooperation strategies, including the future role of EMISA.

Those willing to participate in this high-level forum must contact the CEPOL CT INFLOW project team via

by this Friday, 24 September 2021, 18:00 GMT+2.*

*Participation is limited and the CEPOL CT INFLOW project team reserves the right to refuse participation based on availability.

Call for Experts participating in EMISA

CEPOL has recently launched a call for experts participating in this network. To register your interest in being considered for the EMISA network, please:

The deadline to receive the nominations is 30th September 2021 at 18:00 (GMT+2).

For more information about the EU-MENA Information Sharing and Analysis Network (EMISA) and the call for experts, please visit the CT INFLOW project page.


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