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The European Security Research Advisory Board (ESRAB) was formed in April 2005 and signalled Europe's intent to make a significant contribution towards addressing security research and technology needs. It brought together demand articulators and research and technology suppliers in a 50-person-strong board of high-level specialists and strategists with expertise in the field of security research including: public authorities, industry, research institutes and specialist think tanks. In addition, five Members of the European Parliament and representatives from 14 European Commission services participated in the workings of the board.

In 2006 the Board issued its final report — Meeting the Challenge: The European Security Research Agenda.

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