Launch of the ATT Monitor 2022 Report
This event was opened by Ms. Carina Solmirano (ATT Monitor), Ambassador Thomas Göbel of Germany and president of CSP8, Ms. Sabine Visser of the Netherlands and Ms. Milagros Winkeldried of Peru. Ambassador Thomas Göbel as well as Ms. Milagros Winkeldried (CONATIAF) of Peru both highlighted the role of the ATT Monitor Report in furthering Treaty implementation by supporting States Parties. Ambassador Göbel also pointed that the 2022 Report...
Launch of the ATT Monitor 2021 Report
The side event presented the ATT Monitor 2021 Report, including some of the key themes from this year’s edition: A ‘year in review’ of the ATT A special section which looks at 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 An analysis of five years of ATT annual reporting data, looking at the...
Presentation of the Spanish Version of the 2020 ATT Monitor Report
The event, hosted by the ATT Monitor and the Mexican Secretariat of Foreign Affairs presented the ATT Monitor 2020 Report in Spanish, particularly focusing on the challenges and opportunities for Latin America regarding Transparency and the ATT. Participants will include: H.E Ambassador Socorro Flores Liera, Permanent Representative of Mexico to the United Nations Office and other international organizations in Geneva H.E. Ambassador Silvia...
Side Event: Transparency and Reporting in the Arms Trade Treaty: Trends and Challenges in the Age of COVID-19
With support of the governments of Australia
and the Netherlands, the ATT Monitor, an
independent project of Control Arms and the Stimson
Center’s ATT-Baseline Assessment Project (ATTBAP) hosted a side event discussing transparency
and reporting in the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT).