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  • Inaugural conference on tracing illicit small arms and light weapons in the OSCE area

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    The purpose of the conference is to discuss existing challenges related to tracing illicit SALW in the OSCE area, national and international best practice, existing international tools to facilitate tracing as well as identify regional/national priorities for enhancing tracing of illicit SALW.

  • 2013 Counter-Terrorism Conference “Priority issues for international co-operation in the fight against terrorism”, Kyiv, Ukraine

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    This conference is organised by the Ukrainian Chairmanship of the OSCE with the support of the OSCE Transnational Threats Department/Action against Terrorism Unit

  • Women and terrorist radicalization, Final Report

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    This is a report of two roundtables, jointly organised by the OSCE Secretariat's Transnational Threats Department/Action against Terrorism Unit (TNTD/ATU), Gender Section and OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), with the purpose to enhance understanding of women terrorist radicalization and women's roles in preventing and countering violent extremism and radicalization that lead to terrorism (VERTL).

  • Money Laundering Typologies in Serbia

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    This document is directed toward all concerned with money laundering - investigators, members of the judiciary, researchers, journalists, students, and international partners seeking practical information. It contributes to a better understanding of the money laundering phenomenon in general and specifically its manifestations in Serbia.

  • Self-assessment tool for nations to increase preparedness for cross-border implications of crises

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    This self-assessment guide, drafted by the OSCE Secretariat Transnational Threats Department's Borders Unit, is aimed for national agencies of, in the first place, OSCE Participating States and Partners for Co-operation who would deal with cross-border movements following a crisis.