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 try to implement the obligations of the ATT.
Chapter 2 explores the concept of risk as it relates to the ATT and introduces the Monitor’s new ‘Risk Watch’ research tool, which will gather and synthesize expert sources on arms-transfer related risks.
Chapter 3 analyses the first public Initial Reports on national implementation measures taken by States Parties and clarifies the definitions of the main categories of arms and ammunition regulated by the ATT.
Chapter 4 provides a summary assessment of the first Annual Reports on arms exports and imports.
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