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Harm no more: Bosnia and Herzegovina melts over 2,400 weapons and components

1 december 2018

Harm no more: Bosnia and Herzegovina melts over 2,400 weapons and components

1 December 2018, Jelšingrad, Banja Luka On Saturday, 1 December 2018, 10 police agencies together with the SALW Coordination Board destroyed over 2,400 small arms and light weapons (SALW) and components in the Jelšingrad industrial smelting ...
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The jubilee of regional cooperation on arms control: SALW Commissions Meetings 10

28 november 2018

The jubilee of regional cooperation on arms control: SALW Commissions Meetings 10

  Budva, 26-27 November 2018 South East Europe arms control decision-makers met at SALW Commissions Meeting 10, to flag progress and challenges in various aspects of arms control, discuss latest European Union legislation and regulatory ...
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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

14 september 2018

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 ...
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Montenegro proves its commitment to a world free of armed violence

20 july 2018

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 ...
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SALW Control

In order to address the serious issue of post-conflict militarization facing the governments of South Eastern Europe (SEE) and the insecurity it fuels within the region and further afield, SEESAC has been assisting local and international stakeholders since 2002 to create a multi-pronged, holistic approach to addressing this problem. SEESAC works ...
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27.09.2018

Gender Aspects of SALW and How to Address Them in Practice

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25.06.2018

Regional Report on Arms Exports in 2016

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25.06.2018

Regional Report on Arms Exports in 2015

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18.06.2018

Gender Lenses On: How does it change the impact of firearms control?

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22.05.2018

EU - UNDP Partnership in South East Europe

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08.05.2018

Armed Violence Monitoring Platform Brochure

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Regional Reports on Arms Exports

To date, SEESAC has published ten annual Regional Reports on Arms Exports (2007-2016) available under SEESAC Publications and searchable through the database below.