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MoDs and AFs in the Western Balkans confirmed commitment to achieving gender equality at the 12th Regional Meeting of Gender Equality Mechanisms

23 September 2020

MoDs and AFs in the Western Balkans confirmed commitment to achieving gender equality at the 12th Regional Meeting of Gender Equality Mechanisms

A total of 23 representatives of the Ministries of Defence (MoDs) and Armed Forces (AFs) from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and the Republic of North Macedonia gathered virtually in the 12th ...
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Ministry of Defence of Montenegro Committed to Improving Working Conditions for Women and Men

28 May 2020

Ministry of Defence of Montenegro Committed to Improving Working Conditions for Women and Men

At the request of the Ministry of Defence (MoD) of Montenegro, UNDP SEESAC is coaching the Ministry to conduct a gender-sensitive survey on employees’ job satisfaction. The survey findings will enable ...
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Last year Ministries of Defence in the Western Balkans further advanced in implementation of the UNSCR 1325 and increasing gender equality in the military

11 May 2020

Last year Ministries of Defence in the Western Balkans further advanced in implementation of the UNSCR 1325 and increasing gender equality in the military

At the beginning of 2020, the Ministries of Defence of Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia informed in their annual reports on the implementation of national strategies and action plans for 2019, ...
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Ministry of Defense and the Serbian Armed Forces committed to increase capacities of Persons of Trust

10 March 2020

Ministry of Defense and the Serbian Armed Forces committed to increase capacities of Persons of Trust

Borkovac, 10 – 11 March 2020 Twenty-one Persons of Trust in the Ministry of Defence of Serbia (MoD) and Serbian Armed Forces (SAF) increased their capacities through the third seminar organized at ...
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Latest Publications

22.09.2020

Strengthening of Regional Cooperation on Gender Mainstreaming in Security Sector Reform in the Western Balkans (II phase)

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24.01.2020

Men and Firearms in South East Europe: Fast Facts

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09.12.2019

Gender and Small Arms in Albania: Fast Facts

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09.12.2019

Gender and Small Arms in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Fast Facts

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09.12.2019

Gender and Small Arms in Moldova: Fast Facts

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09.12.2019

Gender and Small Arms in Montenegro: Fast Facts

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