The Arms Trade Treaty takes a cooperative approach by placing the burden of implementation and compliance upon each State Party, individually and collectively, rather than relying on an institutional review or specific compliance mechanism. Regional actors are uniquely positioned to coordinate and encourage such collective action. These organizations played an important role in the initial development of the ATT.

This Arms Trade Treaty Regional Actor Study highlights key findings, provides lessons learned and sets out recommendations on how ATT stakeholders can continue to foster engagement by regional organizations in ATT universalization and implementation efforts.

Access the study here: [ENGLISH] [FRENCH] [SPANISH]

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