What I learnt about explosive, gastronomy and fighting arms trafficking

I slept in a different bed almost every night for 4 months. I travelled 15.000 kilometres and my office was a United Nations Development Programme car for 8 weeks. I met staff from all 55 international border crossings of Bosnia and Herzegovina ...

Moldova paves its way to meaningful inclusion of women in the defense sector

25 representatives of the Ministry of Defence and the National Army learn about gender equality, at a training session organized by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) during 23-24 October 2018. The learning session tackles ...

RASR - a decade of dialogues aimed at finding regional solutions for border-less security challenges

Tirana, 9-11 October 2018 40 physical and stockpile security management (PSSM) practitioners from South East Europe attended the tenth edition of RASR - workshop on a regional approach to stockpile reduction of conventional weapons and ...

Practitioners from the Ministry of Interior of Serbia enhanced their knowledge on the physical security and stockpile management of small arms and light weapons and their ammunition

Šabac, Serbia, 14 September 2018 Practitioners from the Ministry of Interior of Serbia enhanced their knowledge of the physical security and stockpile management of small arms and light weapons and their ammunition in a training course ...

Montenegro proves its commitment to a world free of armed violence

20 July 2018, Institute - Niksic, industrial smelting facility Montenegro joins global actions to fight armed violence by destroying 1357 small arms and light weapons to mark International Gun Destruction Day. The event was organized by ...

A plan for a safer future

10 July, London. The Roadmap for a sustainable solution to arms control in the Western Balkans by 2024 was adopted by the region’s leaders at the London Summit in the presence of European Union (EU) leaders. The Roadmap was developed by the Western ...

How do we ensure transparency of arms exports in South East Europe? Just launched: Regional Arms Export Reports 2015, 2016

Based on a unified method for data collection and reporting, the Regional Arms Export Reports 2015, 2016 contain information on conventional arms exports of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, and the former Yugoslav ...

Gender lenses on - how does it change the impact of firearms control?

Between 18-29 June 2018, the world gathered in New York at the Third Review Conference on the Programme of Action (RevCon3) to set the agenda for how the future of disarmament will look like. SEESAC and the European Union (EU) were present to ...

Montenegro pioneers the ammunition destruction scene in South East Europe

With over 27.757 pieces of ammunition destroyed on 4 June 2018, Montenegro proves once more its commitment to a future safe from harm caused by the most profitable armed violence tool: ammunition. The destruction event was organized by the ...

SEEFEN 9

31 May - 1 June 2018, Tirana SEEFEN is the only regional platform in South East Europe the enables dialogue amongst all experts involved in the gun-enabled crime chain from the bullet found at a crime scene to the criminal behind bars, from the ...