DATE: March 19 – 23, 2020
THEME: An integrated territorial defence and border security strategy: Addressing
emergent threats and border security challenges in an integrated Africa

The Forum on Defence, Homeland and Border Security in Africa, London – the United Kingdom 2020 is designed as an educational and training forum, where leaders across
the region’s Armed Forces, Police and Homeland Security, Customs and Immigration,
Anti- Narcotics, and related-government agencies, as well as Academia, will come together to strengthen regional partnerships and engage in actionable discussions and debate on the different strategies to combat Africa’s security challenges and border threats such as illegal immigration, human and drug trafficking, smuggling and poaching, terrorism and banditry.

This Forum will also provide a high-level strategic platform for leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars, practitioners and educators to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Defense and Security, including the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Defense and Security. The Forum on Defense, Homeland and Border Security in Africa, London – The United kingdom 2020 is therefore timely and a must-attend event for those seeking the latest solutions for pressing defence and security issues in the continent.

FORUM HIGHLIGHTS:
– Topical keynotes and paper presentations
– Break-out/roundtable sessions
– African Leadership Awards for gallantry and African Territorial defence

For more information on the forum, please contact:
AFRICAN LEADERSHIP MAGAZINE
Portsmouth Technopole, Kingston Crescent,
Portsmouth PO2 8FA, United Kingdom
Mobile: +44 23 9265 8348; 
Email: info@africanleadership.co.uk; ehis@@africanleadership.co.uk
Website: www.africanleadership.co.uk

To register, kindly click on the link below.

http://events.africanleadership.co.uk/events/forum-on-defence-homeland-border-security-in-africal-london-united-kingdom-2020-3/