Summer Research Update: 2023

It’s been a busy summer for Arquebus’ research team, with our Small Arms & Light Weapons (SALW) control experts having the pleasure of participating in some prestigious events:

  • FOCAL-SF: We were privileged to attend the closing conference for EU Commission-funded Project FOCAL-SF, with our research partners from FIIAP, the Portuguese Police and our hosts and partner, the Romanian Police.
  • SEEFEN Sarajevo: Arquebus presented an update on EU Commission-funded Project REGISYNC to UNDP SEESAC and the jurisdictions of the Western Balkans and third partners.
  • EMPACT Firearms: Arquebus also presented an update on Project REGISYNC to EU member states and their partners.
  • Law Enforcement Workshops: Arquebus partnered with colleagues from The Center for the Study of Democracy, Ecorys and Small Arms Survey to deliver of a series of law enforcement information exchange workshops in Brussels and Vienna, fostering collaboration in the law enforcement community as part of Project REGISYNC.

At Arquebus, we take pride in our proven record of designing, delivering, and presenting SALW research. For more information about how we can assist you in security research projects, please contact us.

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