Room: H 0112
Effective since the end of 2014, the international Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) seeks to stem the ever growing, uncontrolled and illegal trading of conventional weapons and munitions to achieve better controls and regulations. With stakeholders from different regions involved in the ATT implementation we want to discuss the following questions: What has been achieved since its coming into effect, also with regard to the Second Conference of States Parties in August 2016? Where are the shortcomings? What role do civil society actors play in the further.
Ismaila Kangoyé, Amnesty International
Maritza Chan, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Costa Rica
Max Mutschler, Bonn International Centre for Conversion (BICC)
Moderation: Alexander Geiger, FES