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2021 - Year in Review

27 December 2021

2021 - Year in Review

As 2021 comes to a close and the holiday season begins, we pause to take stock of and reflect on the year behind us. In 2021 UNDP SEESAC has continued its close cooperation with the ...
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Western Balkans Ministers of Defence commit to further deepen cooperation to advance gender equality

7 December 2021

Western Balkans Ministers of Defence commit to further deepen cooperation to advance gender equality

On 7 December, UNDP SEESAC, together with the Ministry of Defence of Montenegro, co-hosted a Ministerial conference dedicated to identifying A Way Forward on Gender Equality in the Defence Sector in ...
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SEESAC SNAPSHOT: Get a peek at our Gender in Security Sector Reform activities during the July-September period

17 November 2021

SEESAC SNAPSHOT: Get a peek at our Gender in Security Sector Reform activities during the July-September period

Gender equality has been central to SEESAC’s work for over a decade.  Since 2012, we have been working directly with the Ministries of Defence in the Western Balkans to advance gender equality in the ...
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Strengthening Leadership for Gender Equality in the Ministry of Defence of Montenegro

8 November 2021

Strengthening Leadership for Gender Equality in the Ministry of Defence of Montenegro

2 November 2021, Podgorica, Montenegro Following the successful Gender Coach Programme (GCP) conducted with the high-level representative in Human Resources Directorate in 2019, MoD of Montenegro ...
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Latest Publications

23.12.2021

Gender Analysis Report - North Macedonia

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23.12.2021

Gender Analysis Report - Montenegro

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23.12.2021

Gender Analysis Report - Brcko District of Bosnia and Herzegovina

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23.12.2021

Gender Analysis Report - Albania

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05.12.2021

Position of Women in the Armed Forces

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05.12.2021

Regional Handbook on Preventing and Responding to Gender-Based Discrimination Sexual Harassment and Abuse

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