ISACS Partners

The ISACS initiative is always on the lookout for new partners to help develop, maintain and apply International Small Arms Control Standards.  

To find out how your government or organisation can contribute, send us a message using the Contact Form.  

Currently, UN CASA is collaborating with the following governments and organizations on ISACS:


  1. Australia — Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade  |  Australian Crime Commission  |  Australian Customs and Border Protection Service
  2. Benin — Benin Armed Forces
  3. Canada — Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade  |  Royal Canadian Mounted Police
  4. Colombia — Ministry of Foreign Affairs  |  Department for Arms Control and Trade  |  National Committee on Illicit Traffic of Small Arms
  5. Ecuador — Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Integration
  6. Germany — Federal Ministry of Defence, Bundeswehr Verification Centre
  7. Guatemala — Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  8. Hungary — Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  9. Iraq — Ministry of Interior
  10. Ireland — Department of Foreign Affairs  |  Irish Aid  |  Garda Technical Bureau, Ballistics Section
  11. Jamaica — Jamaica Police, Firearm Licensing Authority
  12. Kenya — Kenya Police
  13. Liberia — National Police Training Academy
  14. Mexico — Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  15. New Zealand — Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade  |  New Zealand Police
  16. Nigeria — Presidential Committee on Small Arms and Light Weapons
  17. Norway — Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  18. Papua New Guinea — Department of the Prime Minister
  19. Romania — Romanian Police, Forensic Science Institute
  20. Serbia — Ministry of Interior
  21. Sierra Leone — National Commission on Small Arms
  22. South Sudan — Bureau for Community Security and Small Arms Control, Ministry of Interior 
  23. Switzerland — Federal Department of Foreign Affairs  |  Federal Department of Defence, Civil Protection and Sport
  24. Trinidad and Tobago — Ministry of National Security
  25. UK — London Metropolitan Police

International, Regional and Sub-Regional Organizations

  1. African Union Commission (AU)
  2. Caribbean Community Implementation Agency for Crime and Security (CARICOM-IMPACS)
  3. Central American Project on the Control of Small Arms and Light Weapons (CASAC)
  4. Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)
  5. Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD)
  6. International Committee of Museums of Arms and Military History (ICOMAM)
  7. International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)
  8. International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL)
  9. International Development Law Organization (IDLO)
  10. Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre, Ghana
  11. League of Arab States
  12. NATO Support Agency (NSPA)
  13. Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)
  14. Organization of American States (OAS)
  15. Pacific Islands Forum
  16. Parliamentary Forum on Small Arms and Light Weapons
  17. Regional Centre on Small Arms in the Great Lakes Region, the Horn of Africa and Bordering States (RECSA)
  18. South Eastern and Eastern Europe Clearinghouse for the Control of Small Arms and Light Weapons (SEESAC)
  19. Wasenaar Arrangement on Export Control for Conventional Arms and Dual-Use Goods and Technologies
  20. World Customs Organization

Civil Society

  1. ABC Development, Guinea
  2. Action on Armed Violence
  3. Action Sécurité Éthique Républicaine (ASER), France
  4. African Strategic and Peace Research Group (AFSTRAG)
  5. Bonn International Centre for Conversion (BICC)
  6. British Shooting Sports Council
  7. Burkina Faso Parliamentary Network on SALW
  8. Canadian Coalition for Gun Control
  9. Caribbean Coalition for Development and Reduction of Armed Violence (CDRAV)
  10. Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR)
  11. Conflict Armament Research (CAR)
  12. Dan Church Aid
  13. Danish Demining Group
  14. Eastern African Sub-regional Support Initiative for the Advancement of Women (EASSI)
  15. Flemish Peace Institute
  16. Foundation for Security and Development in Africa (FOSDA)
  17. Gender and Mine Action Programme
  18. Groupe de recherche et d'Information sur la paix et la sécurité (GRIP)
  19. Halo Trust
  20. Handicap International 
  21. Institute for Security Studies (ISS)
  22. International Action Network on Small Arms (IANSA)
  23. International Coalition for Women in Shooting and Hunting (WiSH)
  24. Liberia Action Network on Small Arms (LANSA)
  25. Mennonite Central Committee, Nigeria
  26. Mines Advisory Group (MAG)
  27. Monterey Institute of International Studies
  28. National Firearms Association of Canada
  29. Nonviolence International
  30. Oxfam
  31. Pacific Forum for the Advancement of Women
  32. Pacific Small Arms Advocacy Group
  33. People with Disabilities, Uganda
  34. Project Ploughshares
  35. Red Peruana para el Desarme Civil, la Cultura de Paz y, la Seguridad Ciudadana
  36. Réseau d’actions  Paisibles  des Anciens combattants  pour  le  Développement intégré  de  tous  au Burundi (RAPACODIBU)
  37. Réseau D'action sur les Armes Légères au Togo (RASALT)
  38. Réseau d'Action Sur Les Armes Légères au Bénin (RASALEB)
  39. Saferworld
  40. Small Arms Survey
  41. Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI)
  42. Sydney School of Public Health
  43. Umut Foundation, Turkey
  44. University of Bradford, UK
  45. University of Calgary, Canada
  46. West African Action Network on Small Arms (WAANSA)
  47. West African Movement on SALW (MALAO)
  48. Women in Alternative Action, Cameroon

Private Sector

  1. Armatech
  2. Camcode
  3. Defense Small Arms Advisory Council (DSAAC)
  4. EPES Mandala Consulting
  5. Explosive Capabilities, Ltd.
  6. FN Herstal
  7. Ian Biddle — Independent Technical Expert
  8. MAB Consulting
  9. National Association of Sporting Firearms and Ammunition Manufacturers, Italy (ANPAM)
  10. Thierry Jacobs — Independent Technical Expert
  11. Traceability Solutions