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IANSA member, Gabriel Conte, from the Latin American Coalition for the Prevention of Armed Violence (CLAVE) meets with the Pope on 5 August 2014

IANSA Members with Ambassador Tanin, Chair of BMS5

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IANSA has contributed to a submission to the UN Human Rights Council on violence against women in Honduras. 

Please click on the links below to view the NGO Presentations held on 19 June 2014 at the Fifth Biennial Meeting of States, in front of member states at the UN New York headquarters.

Accreditation is now open for civil society representatives to attend the Fifth Biennial Meeting of States on small arms at the United Nations in New York from 16 - 20 June 2014. 

This week has been chosen to coincide with the International Day of Peace, 21 September.  

Suggested themes: 

1) ‘GET THE GUNS OFF THE STREETS’  

2) DISARM DOMESTIC VIOLENCE  

3) LOCK UP THE GUNS: STOCKPILE MANAGEMENT.  

Gender, Women’s and survivors' participation are cross cutting issues that will be highlighted across all themes. 

Please send information on your Global Week of Action activities to: Communication@iansa.org

The UN has created a signing kit on the Arms Trade Treaty, setting out the procedure for States to sign, ratify and accede to the ATT.  It includes short templates for governments to fill in, and a chart explaining how the ATT comes into effect. The kit is available in English, French and Spanish.

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