ATT Academy Workshop 1

20-23 June 2016 | Lake Nakuru Lodge, Kenya

The first training session of the ATT Academy took place from 20-23 June, following four days of in-depth learning about the Arms Trade Treaty. This first session focused on the first several articles of the ATT, emphasizing the Treaty’s Scope as well as Articles 6 and 7. Discussion groups, homework assignments and participatory exercises enabled participants to ask questions and relate ATT obligations to their national context. The workshop also identified links between small arms proliferation, the ATT and wildlife poaching, a serious problem in many East African nations, including Kenya. The training took place at Lake Nakuru Lodge, situated in Nakuru National Park, and participants were briefed by park rangers involved in anti-poaching activities and local peace-building projects.

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Presentations:

Course P ack:

1. General

2. Context

Kenya, 5 July 2012
South Africa, 5 July 2012
CEDAO, 9 July 2012
Tanzania, 10 July 2012
East African Community, 12 July 2012
Burundi, 18 March 2013
Ethiopia, 18 March 2013
Liberia, 10, July 2012
Tanzania, 18 March 2013
Ghana, on behalf of 69 countries on ammunition, 19 March 2013
Mexico on behalf of 98 states, 2 April 2013
Burundi, 3 June 2013
Tanzania, 3 June 2013
RECSA, 3 June 2013

3. Scope

4. Prohibitions, Risk Assessment and Implementation

5. Transparency and Reporting

6. Other Relevant Treaties and Instruments

7. Further Reading

Photos:

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