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Latest from SEESAC on Gender Equality

SEESAC Presents Western Balkan Gender in Security Sector Reform Milestones at Female Leaders in Security and Defence Forum

25 November 2022

SEESAC Presents Western Balkan Gender in Security Sector Reform Milestones at Female Leaders in Security and Defence Forum

Results achieved by SEESAC and its partners in the field of gender in security sector reform were presented at the Female Leaders in Security and Defence Forum organised under the aegis of the ...
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South East Europe Defence Ministerial Meeting Takes Place in Sofia

17 November 2022

South East Europe Defence Ministerial Meeting Takes Place in Sofia

SEESAC participated in the South East Europe Defence Ministerial (SEDM) Meeting on 17 November. The meeting gathered representatives of the Member Nations and international/regional organisations to ...
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UNODA Training Manual on Mainstreaming Gender in Small Arms Control Features Best Practices from South East Europe

16 November 2022

UNODA Training Manual on Mainstreaming Gender in Small Arms Control Features Best Practices from South East Europe

UNODA (United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs) has published the Training Manual on Mainstreaming Gender in Small Arms Control within the framework of its global gender and small arms ...
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Armed Forces of Montenegro to Enhance Integration of Gender Perspective in Education and Training

10 November 2022

Armed Forces of Montenegro to Enhance Integration of Gender Perspective in Education and Training

At the request of the Ministry of Defence of Montenegro, UNDP SEESAC organised a Seminar for Personnel Making Decisions on the Plans and Programs of Education from 8 to 9 November 2022 in Podgorica. ...
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Latest Publications

06.06.2022

Contributing to resilience through the integration of gender perspective in the defence sector reform in four countries of the Western Balkans

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11.05.2022

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

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26.04.2022

A Practical Tool for Gender Mainstreaming in SALW Control

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28.03.2022

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

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24.03.2022

Gender Analysis Report - Kosovo

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23.12.2021

Gender Analysis Report - North Macedonia

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