11th June 2019 – 12th June 2019
Our Demining Seminar will bring together leading officials who are working on mine clearance in Kosovo as well as across the Balkans. You will hear in-depth presentations and case studies from regional Mine Action Centres as well as other international organisations who are supporting local governments to clear the mine fields.
To be part of our inaugural Demining Seminar in Pristina, Kosovo on the 11th – 12th June 2019 either as a speaker, sponsor or delegate please contact us at email@example.com or +44 (0)1582 346 706.
Identity Week comprises of three world-class events: Digital:ID, Planet Biometrics and SDW – all focused on the concept of identity.
The events will explore the complete spectrum of the identity lifecycle, from how organisations are approaching the task of on-boarding, authenticating and authorising citizens, consumers or employees, to how they can access services across multiple markets in the physical, digital and mobile domains.
There are a host of attractions, from peer-to-peer networking and targeted interactive round tables, to free on-floor seminars and expert-led conferences for each event, with over 250 speakers. The events offer a one-stop shop for any company involved in provisioning or ascertaining identity, whether via a secure credential, biometric, or digital identity solution.
FUTURE SOLDIER TECHNOLOGY USA
Hilton Arlington, Virginia
June 24th & 25th 2019
With the US Army and Marine Corps in the midst of an enormous modernization effort, in line with the creation of US Army Futures Command and the DoD Close Combat Lethality Task Force, we are delighted to present Future Soldier Technology USA – the only conference dedicated to soldier and marine modernization in North America.
Key topics include:
• Enhancing soldier lethality
• Increasing survivability
• Lightening the load
• The latest immersive technologies driving soldier and marine capabilities
Register by May 31st to save $100
Border Management North Summit
June 26-28, 2019
Scrutiny of border protection initiatives has been growing in recent years, particularly due to a surge in transnational crime, the emergence of sophisticated terror organizations, as well as other illicit activity. This 3-day summit will focus on creating a forum for military, state, local, federal law enforcement officials as well as industry leaders, to tackle our nation’s most difficult challenges of finding workable solutions to border protection challenges that can be implemented in the field immediately. Find out more by downloading our agenda today https://bit.ly/2CXz3Yb
The 30th Annual Meeting of the
INTERNATIONAL POLICE EXECUTIVE SYMPOSIUM
June 30, 2019 – July 5, 2019
The International Police Executive Symposium (IPES) brings police researchers and practitioners together to facilitate cross-cultural, international and interdisciplinary exchanges for the enrichment of the policing profession. It encourages discussions and writing on challenging topics of contemporary importance through an array of initiatives including conferences and publications.
THEME: CONTEMPORARY POLICE CHALLENGES IN LIGHT OF A NEW WORLD AND NEW KNOWLEDGE.
1. Service provided to the people: Are police required to solve all problems?
2. Democratic policing when democracy seems in retreat: Can police help moderate this trend or is it inevitable that they will shift with the ill wind?
3. Police, the New Harmscapes and Justice: How can we come together to fight the new harmscapes?
4. PTSD, Stress-Related Disorders and their Impact on Policing: Best treatments and outcomes.
International Maritime Defense Exhibition and Conference
23 – 24 July 2019 in Accra Ghana, hosted by Ghana Navy
IMDEC will feature the largest gathering of Africa’s maritime industry, as we host regional and international Chiefs of Naval Staff to celebrate this important milestone.
The event will also feature Piracy, illegal fishing, and armed robberies are some of the major issues threatening the Gulf of Guinea region. These threats not only disrupt regional stability but also hinder economic development. It is essential that international and intergovernmental actors continue to build upon joint capabilities to alter this progression. Gathering all maritime stakeholders from around the globe discuss stabilizing economic advancement and security on the crucial Gulf of Guinea.