Collecting and Sharing Data on Explosive Weapons Use

A Prerequisite for understanding impact, informing change and implementing the Political Declaration

Case studies: the Taliban – Assessing the effectiveness of the Arms Trade Treaty, Part 10

Action on Armed Violence analyses the impact of the Arms Trade Treaty on civilian harm from explosive weapons in Aghanistan.

Case studies: the United Kingdom, from key ATT architect to key violator? – Assessing the effectiveness of the Arms Trade Treaty, Part 12

Action on Armed Violence analyses the impact of the Arms Trade Treaty on UK explosive weapons transfers.

Case studies: China before and after ATT accession – Assessing the effectiveness of the Arms Trade Treaty, Part 11

Action on Armed Violence analyses the impact of the Arms Trade Treaty on Chinese explosive weapons transfers.

Case studies: Non-state armed groups in the Philippines – Assessing the effectiveness of the Arms Trade Treaty, Part 9

Action on Armed Violence analyses the impact of the Arms Trade Treaty on civilian harm from explosive weapons in the Philippines.

Case studies: Saudi Arabia in Yemen – Assessing the effectiveness of the Arms Trade Treaty, Part 8

Action on Armed Violence analyses the impact of the Arms Trade Treaty on civilian harm from Saudi Arabian explosive weapons in Yemen.

Case studies: Myanmar military – Assessing the effectiveness of the Arms Trade Treaty, Part 7

Action on Armed Violence analyses the impact of the Arms Trade Treaty on civilian harm from explosive weapons in Myanmar.

Recommendations – Assessing the effectiveness of the Arms Trade Treaty, Part 6

AOAV’s recommendations for improved implementation and monitoring of the Arms Trade Treaty.

Conclusion – Assessing the effectiveness of the Arms Trade Treaty, Part 5

The Arms Trade Treaty is held back from meeting its potential by continuing violations of its articles by States Parties.

Thematic examination – Assessing the effectiveness of the Arms Trade Treaty, Part 4

AOAV analyses the ATT’s impact through implementation, transparency and reporting, universalisation, funding, and assistance.

Who is providing arms? – Assessing the effectiveness of the Arms Trade Treaty, Part 3

AOAV examines which states are supplying the most arms, and how this relates to their ATT commitments.

Who is causing the most harm? – Assessing the effectiveness of the Arms Trade Treaty, Part 2

Case studies from among the worst affected countries illustrate the different types of impacts the ATT can have.