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Latest from SEESAC on Gender Equality

The Ministry of Defence of North Macedonia Prepares for the Evaluation of the second National Action Plan for the Implementation of UNSCR 1325 – Women, Peace, and Security

16 May 2022

The Ministry of Defence of North Macedonia Prepares for the Evaluation of the second National Action Plan for the Implementation of UNSCR 1325 – Women, Peace, and Security

Two-day training for monitoring and evaluation of the Second National Action Plan (NAP) for the Implementation of Resolution 1325 - Women, Peace and Security (2020-2025) for the Ministry of Defence ...
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SEESAC Celebrates 20 Years of Working in South-East Europe for a #SAFERREGION

10 May 2022

SEESAC Celebrates 20 Years of Working in South-East Europe for a #SAFERREGION

On 8 May 2022, SEESAC celebrated 20 years of unwavering commitment to strengthening the capacities of stakeholders in South-East Europe to control and reduce the proliferation and misuse of small arms ...
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Ministries of Defence and the Armed Forces in the Western Balkans reaffirmed their commitment to regional cooperation on integrating gender perspective into defence policy

19 April 2022

Ministries of Defence and the Armed Forces in the Western Balkans reaffirmed their commitment to regional cooperation on integrating gender perspective into defence policy

12-13 April 2022 The 14th Regional Meeting of the Gender Equality Mechanisms (GEMs) in the Ministries of Defence (MoDs) and the Armed Forces (AFs) in the Western Balkans was held in Skopje on 12 ...
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More Than Two Thousand Young Women and Men in the Western Balkans participated in the Regional Perception Survey on Career Choices

4 April 2022

More Than Two Thousand Young Women and Men in the Western Balkans participated in the Regional Perception Survey on Career Choices

March 2022 In 2021, UNDP SEESAC conducted the Regional Online Perception Survey in the Western Balkans, including Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, the Republic of North Macedonia, and the ...
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Latest Publications

11.05.2022

Policy brief: Small Arms Control - The Case for Gender Mainstreaming

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EN
26.04.2022

A Practical Tool for Gender Mainstreaming in SALW Control

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UA
28.03.2022

Guidelines for the Gender Analysis of Legislation and Policies Relevant for Small Arms Control

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EN
24.03.2022

Gender Analysis Report - Kosovo

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23.12.2021

Gender Analysis Report - North Macedonia

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EN MK
23.12.2021

Gender Analysis Report - Montenegro

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