GENDER ANALYSIS OF SALW CONTROL LEGISLATION AND POLICIES – REPORTS JUST LAUNCHED

UNDP SEESAC in cooperation with Small Arms and Light Weapons (SALW) commissions in the region has undertaken a large-scale gender analysis of small arms control legislation and policies. In five ...

Revisiting SALW Awareness Initiatives - armed with old and new tools

With a new project funded by the European Commission DG NEAR and launched on 1 September 2021, we at UNDP SEESAC are intensifying our efforts around small arms and light weapons (SALW) awareness work. ...

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 ...

Basic Analyst's training for the representatives of the Firearm Focal Point (FFP) in North Macedonia

On 20-24 December 2021, SEESAC organized Basic Analyst's training for the representatives of the Firearm Focal Point (FFP) in North Macedonia. This tailor-made training equipped the participants with ...

SEESAC kicks-off "Celebrate with Your Heart, Not Your Gun" awareness raising campaign

As the holiday season approaches, SEESAC is once again joining a chorus of responsible voices from all corners of the world alerting everyone to the inherent dangers of celebratory shooting and use of ...

Moving forward: Taking mainstreaming of gender in SALW control to the operational level

In our previous efforts, we at UNDP SEESAC have focused on disseminating knowledge of gender dimension of small arms and light weapons (SALW), building the capacity of relevant institutions to advance ...

Workshop on development of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for the Representatives of Border Police in North Macedonia

On 14-19 December UNDP SEESAC organized a Workshop on development of SOPs for Representatives of Border Police in North Macedonia. Building upon the results and recommendations of the conducted ...

Updates from the Western Balkans SALW Control Roadmap Trust Fund during July-September period

Handover of IT equipment to the Kosovo Police Investigation department to enhance their technological capacities for firearm investigations. Mr. Arben Paçarizi, Director of Investigation Department/Kosovo Police, and Mr. Niels Knudsen, UNDP Deputy Resident Representative, signed the handover document.

The Western Balkans SALW Control Roadmap Multi-Partner Trust Fund (MPTF) is a key funding mechanism established by UNDP and UNODC in support of the implementation of the Roadmap for a sustainable ...

The First Regional Meeting of Criminal Police Representatives

The first Regional Meeting of Criminal Police Representatives was organized by SEESAC on 14 and 15 December 2021. Police and Investigations Services from Western Balkans and Moldova were brought ...

Firearm Incidents in the Context of Domestic Violence are the Focus of the New Armed Violence Monitor Report

SEESAC's latest In Focus Armed Violence Monitor centres around firearm incidents in the context of domestic violence in South East Europe (SEE) in 2020. By providing an overview of firearm-related ...