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Since 2002, SEESAC has been working to promote safety and security through regional cooperation in South East Europe.
Established under the Stability Pact, and in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme, the South Eastern and Eastern Europe Clearinghouse for the Control of the Small Arms and Light Weapons (SEESAC) is the executive arm of the Regional Implementation Plan on Combating the Proliferation of Small Arms and Light Weapons (SALW).
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Firearms Focal Points - the ‘one-stop shop’ for all gun-related information

5 December 2017

Firearms Focal Points - the ‘one-stop shop’ for all gun-related information

A partnership between SEESAC and governments across South East Europe aims at bringing Firearms Focal Points– investigation hubs for all firearms related information - to 7 different locations in the region. Fighting gun violence is not ...
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After a crime: where does gender fit in?

30 November 2017

After a crime: where does gender fit in?

For the last two years, SEESAC has been working with the National Crime Intelligence Centre of the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Serbia and the Swedish National Police to set the stage on why gender equality matters in the security ...
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Planning - key to preventing unplanned explosions and arms trafficking

15 November 2017

Planning - key to preventing unplanned explosions and arms trafficking

SEESAC shared its experience in implementing activities devoted to preventing illicit arms trafficking at a Physical Security and Stockpile Management (PSSM) Seminar, organized by RACVIAC - Centre for Security Cooperation and attended ...
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Safety, security, gender equality - from the Western Balkans to the world

14 November 2017

Safety, security, gender equality - from the Western Balkans to the world

The RSSRP Report covering January 2016 - June 2017 highlights how the Westerns Balkans are sharing their expertise in niche rule of law areas, from small arms and light weapons control to gender equality, from the United Kingdom to Uganda. ...
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