Contributing to a responsible and licit arms trade
This course explains the obligations and implications of being a State Party to the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) and improves capacities to implement it with the aim of promoting a responsible arms trade and preventing illicit trafficking in arms.
Identify and understand the key provisions of the Arms Trade Treaty and to implement them effectively, taking into account related instruments of conventional arms trade control.
- Global and Regional Trends in the Arms Trade
- History of the Adoption of the Arms Trade Treaty
- Export Control System - Risk Assessment
- Import, Transit, Trans-shipment, Brokering
- Other Instruments
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This course is primarily directed at:
- government decision-makers in the field of conventional arms trade regulation,
- legal advisors involved in conventional arms trade regulation as well as,
- staff of government arms trade licensing agencies.
Priority will be given to applicants from states that are parties to or signatories of the Arms Trade Treaty
Free of tuition fees
All other expenses, including lodging and travel, are the responsibility of the participants or their employer. In a limited number of cases, scholarships may be available upon request by applicants from OECD-DAC eligible countries.