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Stay on target: UK should lead way in controlling arms trade

April 27, 2012  No comments
Stay on target: UK should lead way in controlling arms trade

‘Stay on target: will the UK fight the battle for tough arms controls?‘ is a new paper written by Oxfam for the UK Working Group on Arms. The paper sets out the expectations of UK members of the Control Arms... Read more

Toxic Remnants of War project launched

April 11, 2012  No comments
Toxic Remnants of War project launched

The International Campaign to Ban Uranium Weapons and IKV Pax Christi have officially launched the Toxic Remnants of War Project. The aim of the project is to examine the humanitarian and environmental impact of toxics released as a result of... Read more

Call for increased transparency in UK weapons reviews

February 27, 2012  No comments
Call for increased transparency in UK weapons reviews

Article 36 has joined with other NGOs and Parliamentarians in signing a letter to the Minister of State for the Armed Forces, Nick Harvey MP, calling for transparency in a forthcoming review of the legality of the UK’s CHARM3 ammunition.... Read more

State use of explosive weapons: an indicator of crisis

February 21, 2012  No comments
State use of explosive weapons: an indicator of crisis

Article 36 has issued a short paper suggesting that the transition to the use of explosive weapons by a state amongst its own population should be recognised as an indicator of crisis developing. The paper, by Richard Moyes, Managing Partner... Read more

NGOs and MPs meet UK Minister on Arms Trade Treaty

February 14, 2012

Response to The Economist on cluster munitions

December 2, 2011

We are all Costa Ricans today

November 26, 2011

Introduction – Pain weapons

April 27, 2011
Article 36 begins work to confront the technology of...
January 22, 2011