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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.

2016 Annual Report

The 2016 Report

The ATT Monitor 2016 Report was launched Monday, 22 August 2016.The report begins with a summary of the state of the ATT as of 31 May 2016, when 82 countries were State Party to the Treaty. Chapter 1 is a special thematic section on the ATT in Africa. It focuses on the experience of African countries and the challenges and opportunities they face as they...
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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 countries, led by Saudi Arabia, began aerial...
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