What is European Day for Border Guards
The European Day for Border Guards (ED4BG) is an annual event, organised by Frontex, taking place second half of May each year.
ED4BG presents Europe’s border-guard community with an opportunity to share experiences and best practice. It provides a forum for topical discussion, exchange of views between key border-management players, and a platform to bring together the worlds of public service and private industry.
One of the event’s key objectives is to foster a community of EU border guardianship with shared values and priorities. Above all it is an expression of appreciation and celebration of Europe’s border-management authorities and their personnel.
European Day for Border Guards 2017
Marta Pachocka holds a PhD in Economics and is the Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Studies of the Collegium of Socio-Economics of the Warsaw School of Economics. She is the coordinator of project EUMIGRO – “Jean Monnet Module on the European Union and the Contemporary International Migration – an Interdisciplinary Approach” co-financed by the EU in the framework of Erasmus+ Programme.
Pascal Robin Wolf is a major and commanding officer of the ‘Scheldestromen’ border control brigade of the Royal Netherlands Marechaussee. After graduating from the Dutch Royal Military Academy he started his career as a second lieutenant. He was later served as deputy commander of the operational unit at the second largest airport in the Netherlands.