Gender trainers in the military and psychologists from the Ministry of Defense and Armed Forces of Montenegro start a two-days joint training on Gender Equality

Budva, 12 February 2020 - A two days Gender training for the instructors and psychologists part of the Ministry of Defense and Armed Forces of Montenegro, started today within the Strengthening of ...

SECRETARY-GENERAL’S SIXTH BIENNIAL REPORT ON SMALL ARMS RELEASED

Recent developments undertaken in the Western Balkans featured as examples of good practices in addressing SALW control challenges

The Secretary-General’s sixth biennial Report on Small Arms and Light Weapons, released on 30 December 2019 reiterates that the “destabilizing accumulation, illicit transfer and misuse of small arms ...

SEESAC RELEASES NEW ANALYSIS - MEN AND FIREARMS IN SOUTH EAST EUROPE: FAST FACTS

In South East Europe (SEE), the overwhelming majority of firearms are owned by men. Men also predominantly use and misuse firearms and account for the majority of victims of firearm misuse. While ...

An ammunition storage location and one evidence room are brought to international security standards, resulting in improved security of SALW and ammunition stockpiles in the region

The upgrades of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MoIA) storage facility Gadime at the Lipljan municipality and one evidence room at the Regional Police Administration in Gjakova (Djakovica) were ...

SALW Surveys - just launched

SEESAC has just released the SALW Surveys for Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, Montenegro, Moldova and North Macedonia. The SALW Surveys represent the most thorough and systematic set of data ...

Capacities of Western Balkan jurisdictions to counter the illicit trafficking of firearms assessed

During its missions in October and November, SEESAC conducted the needs assessment of the capacities of Border Services in the Western Balkan jurisdictions to counter the illicit trafficking of ...

Serbia destroys over 15,000 pieces of SALW

On 23 December, Ministry of Interior of Republic of Serbia with support of UNDP SEESAC destroyed more than 15,000 pieces of confiscated or surplus small arms and light weapons. The event which took ...

November’s overview of firearm-related incidents in South East Europe is out

SEESAC launches monthly Armed Violence Monitoring Reports on the firearm-related incidents in South East Europe with the aim of providing a summary of the data from the Armed Violence Monitoring ...

Serbia destroys 55,000 pieces of ammunition

On 17 December, the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Serbia, in cooperation with UNDP SEESAC, destroyed about 55,000 pieces of ammunition of different calibers in the presence of Director of ...

Online investigations in the focus

Training on Online Investigations on firearms was organized in Skopje by EMPACT Firearms from 17 to 19 December 2019 with the support of UNDP SEESAC 40 participants coming from Albania, Belarus, ...