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How does the Western Balkans advance the implementation of UNSCR 1325?

12 November 2020

How does the Western Balkans advance the implementation of UNSCR 1325?

“Women account for the vast majority of those adversely affected by armed conflict” UN Security Resolution 1325 By recognizing that armed conflicts affect women and men differently and by ...
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Gender Equality Trainers from the Armed Forces in the Western Balkans Support their Peers in Moldova

2 April 2020

Gender Equality Trainers from the Armed Forces in the Western Balkans Support their Peers in Moldova

Chisinau, 9 – 12 March 2020 UNDP SEESAC supported the Senior Leader Seminar (SLS) and Gender Focal Point (GFP) training for the Ministry of Defence and the National Army of Moldova, organized by ...
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Gender Equality Trainers from the Armed Forces in the Western Balkans Support their Peers in Moldova

15 October 2019

Gender Equality Trainers from the Armed Forces in the Western Balkans Support their Peers in Moldova

Chisinau, 3-4 October 2019   Twenty representatives of the National Army of Moldova successfully completed two-day gender awareness training delivered by Gender Equality Trainers from the ...
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Best practices from the Western Balkans on eliminating violence against women and girls shared in Central Asia

7 November 2018

Best practices from the Western Balkans on eliminating violence against women and girls shared in Central Asia

5 – 6 November 2018 | Bishkek, The Kyrgyz Republic Western Balkans experience on the role of the police in combatting violence against women and girls shared with more than 60 government and ...
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Regional Security Sector Reform Platform

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Regional Security Sector Reform Platform Brochure

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Regional Security Sector Reform Platform Report January 2016 - June 2017

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