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05 June 2024

Are Legal and Human Rights Challenges at a Tipping Point in Changing the Arms Trade?

Forum on the Arms Trade and the Arms Trade Litigation Monitor

Join a panel of experts as they discuss the role of legal and human rights challenges in changing the arms trade.

29 February 2024

Accountability for Gun Violence: What’s Next In Mexico’s Case Against U.S. Gun Manufacturers?

Organised by the Forum on the Arms Trade

This webinar explores the recent decision in Massachusetts as well as developments in the Arizona case.

16 January 2024

Arming the War in Israel-Palestine: Legal Considerations

Co-organised by the Arms Trade Litigation Monitor and the Forum on the Arms Trade

This event provided an opportunity to learn about and discuss some of the legal challenges asking for transparency in or a stop to the provision of weapons to Israel in the context of the current Israel-Gaza conflict, amid the broader context of increased litigation around arms transfers.

27 June 2023

The Arms Trade Litigation Monitor: Legal Actions Against Irresponsible Arms Trade

Francesco Vignarca | Rete Italiana Pace e Disarmo

Francesco Vignarca discusses the criminal investigation into the liability of UAMA officials and RWM Italia S.p.A for arms exports to Saudi Arabia and the UAE.

19 April 2023

Strategic litigation and the arms trade

ATLM Launch Event

This blog summarises the discussions that took place at the ATLM launch event in Brussels, Belgium.

07 September 2022

The ATT and the Arms Trade: Trends in Financial and Corporate Responsibility

Forum on the Arms Trade, Control Arms, and PAX

The Forum on the Arms Trade, Control Arms, and PAX co-hosted an event examining emerging trends in financial and corporate approaches to the arms trade and the ATT related to human rights standards, especially those requiring and promoting human rights due diligence (HRDD).