Towards an International Arms Trade Treaty
The Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) is the name of a potential multilateral treaty that would control the international trade of conventional weapons. The treaty is in the preliminary stages of development and has not yet been officially negotiated. The NGO Committee on Peace, Vienna invites to an INFORMATION AND DISCUSSION MEETING on “THE ARMS TRADE TREATY (ATT)”
Date: Wednesday, 25 May 2011
Time: 15.00 hours
Place: Vienna International Centre,
Room G 0541
„Towards an International Arms Trade Treaty“
Mag. Christian Brunmayr
Head of Arms Exports Control,
Austrian Federal Ministry for European and International Affairs
“The role of NGOs in the process of negotiating an effective Arms Trade Treaty (ATT)”
Dr. Michael Schober
Dr. Michael Schober is an austrian physician and member of IPPNW.
He participated in conferences of UNIDIR and UN in Geneva and New York
in the preparatory process for the Arms Trade Treaty and he was NGO speaker
in a special session during the New York preparatory conference in March 2011.
Guests are welcome!
Access to VIC:
A VIC grounds pass is required to enter the Vienna International Centre.
Recipients of this invitation, or their guests, who do not hold a VIC grounds pass,
are kindly requested to register by sending an email
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Deadline for registration: 22 May 2011
Registered participants will be included in a list held by UN security at the main gate
of the VIC. Please present this invitation along with a valid ID or passport at Gate 1 of
the VIC. Please consider that formalities at Gate 1 may take time
and kindly arrive sufficiently in advance of the meeting.
The VIC, 1220 Wien, Wagramer Strasse 5, is best reached by U1
(Kaisermühlen/Vienna International Centre).
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