Biometrics Institute: Identities at the Borders & Movement of People Seminar, Amsterdam

19-20 April 2016
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
This is the 4th seminar in our proactive discussion around identities at the borders. 2015 has posed some critical challenges at the borders with a need for improved migration management. While the previous three seminars focused on connecting the border agencies, aviation and travel industries, this event will also include the international organisations. What border strategies are needed to manage the incoming waves of migrants? How can countries and sectors work better together through sharing information in advance? How can border agencies manage floods of refuges ad hoc and in an often challenging environment? How reliable are the documents that are being presented? How can biometrics help with these new challenges?