The Regional Training on Critical Thinking Skills and Analytical Capacities in Belgrade

SEESAC organized the Regional Training on Critical Thinking Skills and Analytical Capacities in Belgrade from 10 to 13 May. for analysts and representatives of Firearms Focal Points from South East ...

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 ...

Workshop on development of standard operating procedures for Border Police in Serbia

Strong and empowered cross‐border control is a key precondition for a comprehensive approach towards combating illicit trade and flows of firearms, essential components, ammunition, and explosives in ...

SEESAC’s NEW POLICY BRIEF ON GENDER AND SMALL ARMS CONTROL IS OUT

SEESAC policy brief Small Arms Control  - The Case for Gender Mainstreaming has been published under UNDP Development Future Series.   The brief provides an overview of key evidence which has ...

In Focus Armed Violence Monitor on Weapon Seizures in South East Europe in 2020 – Just Published

SEESAC’s latest issue of the In Focus Armed Violence Monitor highlights weapon seizures in South East Europe (SEE) from 1 January to 31 December 2021. The issue includes a comparative overview to 2020 ...

[JUST LAUNCHED] A PRACTICAL TOOL ON GENDER AND SALW IN UKRAINIAN

A Practical Tool for Gender Mainstreaming in SALW Control aims to facilitate the integration of the gender perspective into relevant policy and legislative frameworks. It is designed as a simple, ...

Armed violence monitor: 811 firearm incidents recorded from January to March 2022 in Southeast Europe

The new Quarterly Armed Violence Regional Report recorded 811 firearm-related incidents[1] in the region from January to March 2022. Some of the main findings are: 811 firearm incidents were ...

U.S. Department of State Representatives Visit Albania to Review Progress Achieved

Representatives of the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Political-Military Affairs, Office of Weapons Abatement (PM/WRA), made a field visit to Albania on 5-6 April 2022, to review the progress ...

Regional Workshops on Weapon Serial Number Restoration in Belgrade and Tirana

In close cooperation with the National Ballistic Intelligence Service (NABIS) from the United Kingdom, SEESAC organized workshops in Belgrade and Tirana on weapon serial number restoration for ...

[JUST LAUNCHED] Guidelines for Gender Analysis of Legislation and Policies Relevant for Small Arms Control

In 2021, a large-scale gender analysis of small arms control legislation and policies was undertaken in the Western Balkans. In cooperation with SALW commissions, UNDP SEESAC screened 101 laws, 113 ...