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The Mediterranean & Black Sea Security Practitioners’ Network

Coordination And Support Action (CSA) | Topic SEC-21-GM-2016-2017

MEDEA is an EU funded Coordination and Support Action project the scope of which is to establish and further develop a regional Network of practitioners and other security related actors in the Mediterranean and the Black Sea region.

MEDEA project groups the practitioners into 4 thematic communities (TCPs – Thematic Communities of Practitioners):


Managing of migration flows and asylum seekers


Border management and surveillance


Fight against cross-border crime and terrorism


Manage natural hazards and technological accidents

The aim of MEDEA is to engage a critical mass of security practitioners and actors including first aid responders, border guards, national police, civil protection teams, humanitarian workers, defence entities and other interested stakeholders in efficient cooperation with cross-discipline entities from other countries. The expected result would be the effective response to all security threats common to the Mediterranean and Black Sea region.
The requirements from all four communities will be featured as inputs (regional operational needs) in the Mediterranean and Black Sea Security Research and Innovation Agenda (MSRIA).

MEDEA 2020 Overview

Objectives and Communities of Practice