Creating a Sphere of Security in the Wider Central Europe: Non-military aspects of security in V4 countries - prospects for co-operation
A conference organized by the Institute of International Relations in Prague in cooperation with the Polish Institute of International Affairs, the Hungarian Institute of International Affairs and the Slovak Foreign Policy Association.
30. 3. 2011 (9:30)
This content is not up to date MZV ČR, Zrcadlový sál
The aim of the conference is to focus on terrorism, radical Islam, organized crime and illicit migration and human trafficking, which have become important issues in the sphere of homeland security of the Visegrad countries. Among the crucial topics which will be tackled are the subregional cooperation of the V4 countries and the regional preferences in facing these transnational threats. One of the underlying issues will be to discuss the possibilities of enhancing the cooperation between the national and local law-enforcement agencies from the V4 countries and their neighbors in Eastern and Southern Europe.
Martina Bolečeková, Faculty of Political Sciences and International Relations, Matej Bel University, Banská Bystrica
Jan Eichler, Research Fellow, Institute of International Relations (IIR), Prague
Magdalena Lesińska, Assistant Professor and Deputy Director, Centre of Migration Research, University of Warsaw
Miroslav Lisoň, Police Academy, Bratislava
Péter Marton, Research Fellow, Institute of International Studies, Corvinus University of Budapest
Miroslav Nožina, Research Fellow, IIR, Prague
Emil W. Plywaczewski, Professor of Criminal Law and Criminology, Faculty of Law, University of Bialystok
Szilveszter Póczik, Senior Researcher, National Institute of Criminology, Budapest
August Pradetto, Professor, Helmut Schmidt University - University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg
Tomáš Raděj, former Deputy Ambassador of the Czech Republic to Iraq
Kacper Rekawek, Research Fellow, Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM), Warsaw
Erzsébet Rózsa, Executive Director and Senior Researcher, Hungarian Institute of International Affairs (HIIA), Budapest
Ivo Samson, Senior Researcher, Slovak Foreign Policy Association (SFPA), Bratislava
The conference was sponsored by the International Visegrad Fund.
Programme of the conference you can download here.
Simultaneous translation in English and Czech will be provided.
Here you can read "Creating a Sphere of Security in the Wider Central Europe: Non-military aspects of security in V4 countries - prospects for co-operation" conference report.
PISM, HIIA, SFPA, IVF