European Union Member States are intertwined not just through their currency and economy, but also through their shared borders and security issues. Firearm-related crime and violence represent a major concern for Europe’s safety, as they…
The Arms Trade Treaty is the first legally binding agreement linking the international arms trade to gender based violence (GTV). Although this linkage is vital, there has been little practical application of this provision. Arms export licensing…
On 19 January 2022 the REGISYN partners held the 1st Methodological Workshop, designed to prepare the ground for collecting data on the existing legal registers in the 35 target countries (27 EU member states, 6 Western Balkan countries, Moldova…
The Small Arms Survey had 31 active projects and consultancies in 2020, focusing on strengthening sanctions implementations, profiling ammunition and automatic ballistics information systems, analyzing the global authorized small arms trade,…
2119 arms, 50,000 cartridges and 142 parts and components were destroyed on 25 November 2021 in Smelting facility JST “ARES UT” in Chisinau.
The disposal of SALW, their components and significant amount of cartridges was accomplished…
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A consortium of four leading organizations in the field of security research and small arms proliferation (Arquebus Solutions, CSD, Ecorys and the Small Arms Survey) launched the REGISYNC project, aimed at reducing the diversion of firearms…
Developing common minimum standards for legal arms registers and improving information exchange among EU member states, Southeast Europe, Ukraine and Moldova.
REGISYNC project aims at the reduction of legal firearms diversion in EU Member States through the promotion of common minimum standards and effective practices in national firearms registers and improved information exchange among law enforcement agencies (LEAs) in the EU and in the neighboring regions.
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