KEMEA Showcases TENACITy Project’s Impact on Border Security at MEDEA Project Event

Center for Security Studies (KEMEA) had the great opportunity to showcase TENACITy Project at the MEDEA Project Borders Security: Acting Ahead across Research, Practice, and Policy , which took place in Madrid during 27 – 28 September ISDEFE premises.

TENACITy aim, objectives, as well the Practitioners’ role in it were discussed at the “Practitioners’ Key Role in Security Research Pannel”, moderated by Giulio Maria Mancini PO & Area Coordinator for Border Management, DG Migration & Home Affairs.

The panel involved both practitioners and innovators to share their experiences and perspectives. It is always a pleasure to support initiatives and events that promote innovation and cooperation in the Security Sector, highlighting the importance of the participation of LEAs in EU projects for real-world testing and validation of new tools or procedures.

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101074048