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Supporting the Arms Trade Treaty Negotiations through Regional Discussions and Expertise Sharing

Supporting the Arms Trade Treaty Negotiations through Regional Discussions and Expertise Sharing

01/07/2010

To support the preparatory process leading up to the UN Conference on the ATT by broadening discussions and making concrete recommendations; and to support states in developing and improving expertise to implement effective arms transfer controls.

Related Conferences

Supporting the Arms Trade Treaty Negotiations through Regional Discussions and Expertise Sharing (New York, July 2010), ATT Regional Seminar for Countries in South and Central Asia (Nepal, November 2010), ATT Regional Seminar for countries in Central, Northern and Western Africa (Morocco, February 2011), Supporting the Arms Trade Treaty Negotiations through Regional Discussions and Expertise Sharing (New York, March 2011), ATT Regional Seminar for countries in the Americas and the Caribbean (Uruguay, April 2011), ATT Regional Seminar for countries in East Asia and the Pacific (Indonesia, June 2011), Supporting the Arms Trade Treaty Negotiations through Regional Discussions and Expertise Sharing: Messages from the Seminars in the Americas and Asia-Pacific (New York, July 2011), Key Issues for the Arms Trade Treaty Negotiations (New York, October 2011), ATT Regional Seminar for countries in Eastern and Southern Africa (Kenya, March 2012), ATT Regional Seminar for countries in the Middle East (Lebanon, March 2012), ATT Regional Seminar for countries in the Wider Europe (Serbia, April 2012), Project Closing Event: Key Project Findings for the Arms Trade Treaty Negotiations (New York, July 2012)

Related Documents

description-eng-0-253.pdf

project-findings-eng-0-254.pdf

final-report-eng-0-255.pdf

compilation-of-project-event-summary-reports-eng-0-256.pdf

background-paper-the-arms-trade-treat-and-russian-arms-exports-expectations-and-possible-consequences-sergey-denisentsev-and-konstantin-makienko-eng-0-257.pdf

background-paper-implementing-the-arms-trade-treaty-reporting-international-arms-transfers-elli-kytoemaeki-paul-holtom-and-mark-bromley-eng-0-258.pdf

background-paper-prohibiting-arms-transfers-to-non-state-actors-and-the-arms-trade-treaty-paul-holtom-eng-0-259.pdf

background-paper-transfer-of-defense-technologies-should-they-be-included-in-the-att-vadim-kozyulin-eng-0-260.pdf

background-paper-international-assistance-and-cooperation-in-an-att-possibilities-for-a-future-treaty-kerry-maze-eng-0-265.pdf

background-paper-arms-brokering-controls-in-the-americas-and-the-caribbean-and-a-future-att-mark-bromley-eng-0-266.pdf

background-paper-transparency-mechanism-for-an-arms-trade-treaty-elli-kytoemaeki-eng-0-267.pdf

background-paper-development-and-the-arms-trade-treaty-a-methodology-for-states-to-assess-risks-of-arms-transfers-and-meet-their-obligations-deepayan-basu-ray-and-oistein-thorsen-eng-0-268.pdf

background-paper-implications-of-international-law-for-a-future-arms-trade-treaty-annyssa-bellal-stuart-casey-maslen-and-gilles-giacca-eng-0-269.pdf

background-paper-ammunition-and-the-att-options-for-and-implications-of-its-inclusion-saferworld-eng-0-270.pdf

background-paper-possible-scope-of-the-future-att-and-the-implications-of-the-different-options-anne-charlotte-merrell-wetterwik-eng-0-271.pdf

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