SEESAC participates in Viking 14!

Photo credit: Richard Kjaergaard, Swedish Armed Forces   by Emilia Dungel, SEESAC Researcher and Slobodan Boskovic, Project Officer/Advisor   Viking 14 is a joint training exercise for ...

Making Armed Forces Gender Sensitive

by Dr. Ivan Zverzhanovski, SEESAC Coordinator   November was a busy month for the SEESAC Team. The tempo of our work on advancing gender equality in the defence systems of four countries in ...

Why do we need a Disaster Loss Database? An answer comes from Serbia

by Slobodan Boskovic, Project Officer/Advisor     “We cannot eliminate disasters, but we can mitigate risk. We can reduce damage and we can save more lives”   ...

What about the Bullets?

by Aleksandrina Mavrodieva, SEESAC intern   According to SEESAC’s 2005 report Biting the Bullet, there are around 600 million small arms and light weapons (SALW) worldwide. At the same time, ...

Women in the Police Means a Better Response to Community Needs

by Bojana Balon, Programme ManagerHaving more women police officers is essential if law enforcement agencies are serious about combating sexual and gender based violence. This interrelationship ...

Life-saving action: Collecting and destroying guns in Bosnia and Herzegovina

by Djordje Milosevic, SEESAC intern @djordje_fpn In late March, UNDP in Bosnia and Herzegovina organized consultations about a possible campaign for the collection and destruction of illegal ...

How to Destroy 17,000 Weapons in an Hour?

by Djordje Milosevic, SEESAC intern @djordje_fpn Every passing minute another person in the world is killed by a gunshot. Civilians now possess 30 percent more guns than passenger ...

Guns in Serbia: Where are the numbers coming from?

by Djordje Milosevic, SEESAC intern Is Serbia one of the most heavily armed nations in the world? How would you check that? Where would you look for the data? Recently, the Serbian daily ...

How an Infographic made Arms Trade more Transparent!

by Iva Savic, Communications Officer Weapons fuel conflict. Hence, preventing or at least controlling their flow significantly contributes to international peace and security. In order to do ...

First Guidelines for Gender Sensitive Policing in South East Europe

by Bojana Balon, WPON Project Officer; Danijela Djurovic, Project Officer/Advisor; and Iva Savic, Communications Officer The Women Police Officers Network in South East Europe with the support of ...