The 2018 edition of HOMEAFFAIRS took place in Prague on 21-23 November 2018, with closed and open sessions to discuss migration policy and the ongoing necessity to prevent Islamic extremism. The 2018 edition of the Forum entailed 98 policy makers, international experts, political representatives and business representatives from 20 countries. The participants attended 13 events in 3 days, including diverse conference panels, restricted roundtables and off-record briefings. The event enabled the creation of specific policy recommendations in these fields. Two policy papers were presented during the event, which can be found in the Publications section.

Among the speakers in 2018 featured:

  • Saad Idrissi Amrani, Chief Commissioner and Policy Advisor, Belgian Federal Police, Brussels
  • Roberta Bonazzi, Founder and President, European Foundation for Democracy, Brussels
  • Usama Hasan, Head of Islamic Studies, Quilliam Foundation, London
  • Yonathan Jakubowitz, Executive Director, Israeli Immigration Policy Center, Tel-Aviv
  • Jorge Bento Silva,Principal Administrator of the Special Committee on Terrorism, European Parliament, Brussels
  • David Toube, Director of Policy, Quilliam Foundation, London
  • Tom Wilson, Research Fellow at the Centre on Radicalisation and Terrorism, Henry Jackson Society, London

The HOMEAFFAIRS – Internal Security Forum Prague 2018 is co-organised by the European Values Think-Tank and the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies. Other partners include: