The Flemish Peace Institute is an independent
institute for peace research at the Flemish Parliament.

Theme: conventional weapons

Project SAFTE: Take a look at the project here

Project DIVERT: Take a look at the project here

  • Firearms acquisition by terrorists in Europe. Research findings and policy recommendations of Project SAFTE Report

    Authors: Nils Duquet, Kevin Goris

    Publication date: 18/04/2018

    Project SAFTE showed that there is not one unified firearms market in Europe. Rather several disjointed and sometimes interrelated markets with different characteristics, configurations and supply-and-demand mechanisms exist alongside each other within Europe. This report offers a systematic and comparative ... read more

  • Triggering Terror: Illicit Gun Markets and Firearms Acquisition of Terrorist Networks in Europe Report

    Authors: Nils Duquet

    Publication date: 17/04/2018

    This edited volume offers an in-depth and detailed insight into Project SAFTE’s research findings. In-depth country studies were conducted in eight EU member states by research teams from the Flemish Peace Institute, SIPRI, SSSA, Arquebus Solutions, Small Arms Survey and ... read more

  • Advice concerning ammunition marking Advice

    Publication date: 13/03/2013

    With reference to a legislative proposal submitted in the Belgian Senate for amending the Weapons Act of 8 June 2006, and in response to the growing attention being given to ammunition control in the international debate on arms trade, the ... read more

  • Advice concerning the global Arms Trade Treaty Advice

    Publication date: 11/03/2013

    In the framework of the negotiations concerning a global Arms Trade Treaty in  March 2013, the Flemish Peace Institute launched an advice to the Federal and Regional Governments of Belgium, as well as other actors involved in the negotiations, to address ... read more