East and Horn of African NGOs strategize the Treaty’s universalization 

Over 30 civil society representatives from Kenya, Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan participated on 9 December 2016 in an intensive one-day strategic planning workshop aimed to advance the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) in the East and Horn of Africa region.

ATT workshop in Southeast Asia facilitates information and best practices exchange

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Nonviolence International Southeast Asia and the Royal Thai Police Foreign Affairs Division co-organized an Arms Trade Treaty workshop in Bangkok, Thailand, focused on supporting multi-institutional and whole-of-government approaches to ATT implementation in Southeast Asia.

The second ATT Academy training discusses application of ATT in East Africa

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Engaging discussions on the practical application of the Arms Trade Treaty characterized the second ATT Academy training, which took place in Nakuru, Kenya on 5-8 December 2016. Organized by Control Arms and Pace University ,with funding from UNSCAR, the ATT Academy brought together government and civil society representatives from East and Horn of Africa.

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ATT workshop in Southeast Asia facilitates information and best practi...

Nonviolence International Southeast Asia and the Royal Thai Police Foreign Affairs Division recently co-organized an Arms Trade Treaty works... Read more »

East and Horn of African NGOs strategize the Treaty’s universali...

Over 30 civil society representatives from Kenya, Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan participated on 9 December [&he... Read more »

The second ATT Academy training discusses application of ATT in East A...

Engaging discussions on the practical application of the Arms Trade Treaty characterized the second ATT Academy training, which took place [... Read more »

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Renewed Activites on ATT at UN First Committee...

Collapsed buildings and destroyed cities, people fleeing their countries and most tragically the faces of frightened children from Syria, Ye... Read more »

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First Committee Meeting Underway in New York...

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The second Conference of States Parties to the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) concluded with a disappointing lack of substantial discussion. [&hell... Read more »

ATT Monitor launches second annual report...

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A nation’s hopes held hostage by armed violence, and still arms flow...

Control Arms calls for action as second Conference of States Parties opens in Geneva Geoffrey Duke, Director of the South […]... Read more »

Successful workshop on Implementation of the ATT held in Ghana...

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Brazil: Far from the Olympic standard in transparency of arms exports‬‬

By Jefferson Nascimento, Program Officer at Conectas Direitos Humanos More than five million pistols[1]. This is the equivalent value of weapons exported by [...]

August 25, 2016


It’s Time for an Arms Embargo on South Sudan

Five years after South Sudan became the world’s newest country, the civil war that ensued has reached horrifying levels of human rights’ abuses and [...]

July 21, 2016


The fast and not-that-furious?

  By Rob Perkins, ATT Monitor, Researcher for Control Arms I’ve clocked up enough hours in airless basements to know that many meetings held in the [...]

May 19, 2016


The Best Place for Weapons is in a Museum

By Anna Macdonald, Control Arms Director Anna Macdonald standing by her showcase, and with HRH the Duke of Kent, who formally opened the re-designed museum. [...]

March 24, 2016


Enough is Enough: States Must Stop Arms Transfers Fuelling Yemen Conflict

All States should immediately cease any ongoing arms transfers to the warring parties in Yemen. The world’s indifference, and complicity, must come to an end. [...]

March 16, 2016


With First Female President, Nepal Celebrates Women’s Day By Calling for ATT Compliance, End to Armed Violence Against Women

WPD Nepal came out with a unified voice in calling for the ratifying, strengthening and implementation of the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT). At its rally, WPD Nepal [...]

March 10, 2016


Why Ottawa’s justification of the Saudi deal is not enough

The growing number of red flags around the $15-billion arms deal should compel the Canadian government to come clean on the human rights implications of the [...]

February 18, 2016


La violencia juvenil, el crimen organizado, y el tráfico de armas: Los razones por las que Perú necesita el TCA

DE ANA MARIA WATSON, DIRECTORA EJECUTIVA DE ISDH-PERU Si quieres leer en inglés, ven aquí. Perú esta ad-portas de hacer el depósito en las oficinas de las [...]

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Youth Violence, Organized Crime, and Arms Trafficking: Why Peru Needs the Arms Trade Treaty

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February 17, 2016


Global Security, Women Leaders and Championing Workers’ Rights: Final Thoughts on Davos

A few days after arriving back in New York after the World Economic Forum, I’ve been reflecting on the strange experience of living for a week in a snowy [...]

January 29, 2016


News »

ATT workshop in Southeast Asia facilitates information and best practices exchange

Nonviolence International Southeast Asia and the Royal Thai Police Foreign Affairs Division recently co-organized an Arms Trade Treaty workshop in […]

Read more »

East and Horn of African NGOs strategize the Treaty’s universalization 

Over 30 civil society representatives from Kenya, Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan participated on 9 December […]

Read more »

The second ATT Academy training discusses application of ATT in East Africa 

Engaging discussions on the practical application of the Arms Trade Treaty characterized the second ATT Academy training, which took place […]

Read more »

The Newest ATT Ratification Comes from Asia

The Republic of Korea became the 91st States Party to the Arms Trade Treaty, after depositing its ATT ratification instrument […]

Read more »

ATT Universalization discussed by East African military officers

Over 35 senior military officers from SADC and East African Community regions attended an in depth session on “The Universalization […]

Read more »

Renewed Activites on ATT at UN First Committee

Collapsed buildings and destroyed cities, people fleeing their countries and most tragically the faces of frightened children from Syria, Yemen […]

Read more »

Wildlife Crime and Arms Control

Control Arms and Zambia hosted an informal lunch at First Committee to discuss new research and present a paper on […]

Read more »

Bombs, Starvation and War: The Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen

“Do you have to be killed in an airstrike to count?” This is the despairing lament of a Yemeni doctor […]

Read more »

First Committee Meeting Underway in New York

Over 140 people lost their lives and more than 500 were injured on Saturday, 4 October, after a Saudi-led coalition […]

Read more »

Debate continues on arms transfers to Saudi Arabia

On Wednesday the US senate considered a vote to stop new arms transfers to Saudi Arabia. Unfortunately, the efforts by […]

Read more »

Pressure mounts on British lawmakers to halt arms sales to the Saudi Kingdom

The UK government is facing increasing pressure to halt arms sales to Saudi Arabia over continued concerns of breaches of […]

Read more »

Process not Substance in Second CSP

The second Conference of States Parties to the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) concluded with a disappointing lack of substantial discussion. […]

Read more »

ATT Monitor launches second annual report

Control Arms officially launched the second Annual Report of the ATT Monitor project on the first day of the Second […]

Read more »

A nation’s hopes held hostage by armed violence, and still arms flow in

Control Arms calls for action as second Conference of States Parties opens in Geneva Geoffrey Duke, Director of the South […]

Read more »

Successful workshop on Implementation of the ATT held in Ghana

Control Arms partners in Ghana organized a successful two-day workshop on “Enhancing the Implementation of the Arms Trade Treaty in […]

Read more »

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