Against firearm-related violence in Sweden gathers politicians, civil servants, civil society actors, NGO representants and other stakeholders from the whole country. It is a great opportunity for companies who want to showcase themselves by becoming a partner or exhibitor.

Our partners against firearm-related violence:

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Get in touch!

Contact me to find out more about exhibition spots and partnerships!

Ingrid Haraldsson, CEO of Piku
+46 733 53 00 94

non-violence project: brains no bullets

Non-violence project is a partner of Against firearm-related violence in Sweden.

❝NVP wants to end violence. We simply believe that violence is bad and peace is good. We believe that you, and everybody else, possess the power to do something great with your life, and to positively affect the lives of others. We inspire, motivate and engage young people through education, to understand how to solve conflicts peacefully.❞

The South Eastern and Eastern Europe Clearinghouse for the Control of Small Arms and Light Weapons (SEESAC) is a joint initiative of Regional Cooperation Council and United Nations Development Program in South East and East Europe, supporting the governments in advancing citizen security though small arms and light weapons control, combatting illicit arms trafficking and promoting gender equality in the security sector. SEESAC facilitates regional cooperation and contributes to a more effective, accountable, and inclusive security sector. Find out more about their work at their website and on social media:

Brottsofferjouren Sverige (Victim Support Sweden) is a non-profit organization which helps people who have been affected by crime. We represent the views and interests of victims and witnesses to the government and other stakeholders, in order to influence policy and practice.

There are more than 70 local victim support centres around the country. These centres are intended to complement action by the public authorities. All our help is free and available to everyone, whether or not the crime has been reported and regardless of when it happened. We won’t tell anyone what you say to us. Everyone who works for us has given a pledge of confidentiality.

We offer:

  • Emotional support. We listen and talk to you and we won’t tell anyone what you say to us.
  • Practical help. We can help you with paperwork and forms and contacts.
  • Information. We can give information about police report and investigation and legal proceedings
  • Information about and help to apply for crime victim compensation and criminal injuries compensation❞

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For general questions about the conference, please contact:
Yi-Wen Chen, project manager

For inquiries about partnership, please contact:
Ingrid Haraldsson, CEO of Piku
+46 733 53 00 94