India: Religious leaders found Interreligious Movement for the ATT

On 16 June religious leaders from a range of faiths met at the Gandhi Study Centre in Chennai, India to discuss the formation of the first Interreligious Movement for an Arms Trade Treaty, led by Caritas International. The participants discussed how to reach out to the public to promote transparency and accountability of international arms transfers. The meeting concluded with a plan of action to engage schools, universities and people of all faiths in pressurising the government of India to pursue Peace and Disarmament through an ATT.