The ATT Monitor is the civil society-based global resource that provides independent analysis and information on the effectiveness of the ATT, and supports the implementation of, and accession to the Treaty.
The ATT Monitor project is recruiting a full-time researcher.
The successful candidate for this position has a proven background in research, data collection and analysis on issues related to disarmament and arms control, international relations and/or international security.
Deadline: September 30, 2021
WATCH: Launch of ATT Monitor 2021 Report
The side event presented the ATT Monitor 2021 Report including a discussion on stockpile management as a key mechanism for addressing the illicit trade in small arms and light weapons (SALW) and an analysis of five years of ATT annual reporting data, looking at the degree to which annual reporting by States Parties is meaningfully transparent and whether it has contributed to transparency in line with the Treaty’s object and purpose.
The 2021 Report
The ATT Monitor 2021 Report provides an overall analysis of reporting practices, including an in-depth look at ATT Initial and Annual Reports.
The ATT Monitor also explores stockpile management as a key mechanism for addressing the illicit trade in small arms and light weapons (SALW) and highlights synergies between ATT provisions and other global arms control frameworks.