In April this year the United Nations General Assembly adopted a treaty that will establish, for the first time, controls on international transfers of conventional weapons and ammunition. This historic achievement is the subject of an event to be hosted by Australian Red Cross, the International Committee of the Red Cross and the Centre for International and Public Law at the ANU College of Law.
Three eminent speakers will describe the salient features of the treaty and assess its prospects to effectively to control arms transfers that result in widespread human suffering.
This event is free and open to the public
Hosted by the Australian Red Cross in conjuction with the ANU College of Law
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