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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.

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The 2015 Report

The first edition of the ATT Monitor sets out a comprehensive interpretation of the standards, obligations and aspirations contained in the Treaty.   The first chapter includes an in-depth examination of legal obligations contained in Articles 6 and 7 of the ATT, initially with specific reference to exporter obligations. A hypothetical case...
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Dealing in Double Standards : How arms sales to Saudi Arabia are causing human suffering in Yemen

The continuing transfer of arms to Saudi Arabia in 2015, given the Yemen crisis, shows that a number of States Parties are not meeting their legal obligations under the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty (ATT). In March 2015 a long-running political crisis in Yemen erupted into full-blown conflict. A coalition of nine States, led by Saudi Arabia, began...
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