Archive: 2010

2010

ATT 1st PrepCom (July 12-23 2010)

Summaries and Recaps
ATT PrepCom 1: Prepared and Committed –July 15, 2010

Day One: July 12 Recap –July 12, 2010
Day One: Working on a picture of the ATT–July 12, 2010

Day Two: July 13 Recap –July 13, 2010
Day Two: Debate on Elements of the ATT–July 13, 2010

Day Three: July 14 Recap –July 14, 2010
Day Three: July 14 Summaries–July 14, 2010
Day Three: Values and Elements–July 14, 2010
Day Three: Elements of Progress–July 14, 2010

Day Four: Principles and Scope-July 15, 2010
Day Four: Report from Closed Session -July 15, 2010
Day Four: Reporting on Conventional Arms Transfers -July 15, 2010

Day Five: July 16 Recap –July 16, 2010
Day Five: NGO Interventions and ATT Objectives –July 16, 2010

Day Eight: Possible Treaty Elements –July 22, 2010
Day Nine: Facilitators’ Summaries and Chair’s Draft Paper –July 22, 2010
Day Ten: Wrapping Up and Looking Forward –July 23, 2010

ATT PrepCom 1: Conclusions –July 24, 2010

Side Events
Side Event: Facing Violence, Fighting Poverty –July 18, 2010
Side Event: How to Implement the ATT –July 18, 2010

Media
Press Release: Arms Experts Join Civil Society Call for Strong US Leadership in #Armstreaty Negotiations –July 6, 2010
ATT PrepCom 1: Media Mentions –July 21, 2010

General Blog Posts
Bulletproof Arms Trade Treaty Needs to Stop Abuses –July 11, 2010
Launch of Armstreaty.org –July 14, 2010
What is the ATT For? –July 16, 2010
We’ve Waited Long Enough: It’s Time for an ATT –July 19, 2010