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Contextualizing the Arms Trade Treaty: Law, Politics and the Everyday Reality of Conflict - Joakim Dungel Lecture

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The Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) entered into force in 2014. It is the first international, legally binding instrument that regulates the transfer of conventional arms. The adoption of the ATT was certainly an achievement. However, how effective has the ATT been in actually regulating the arms trade?

The 2020 edition of the Joakim Dungel Lectures in International Justice aims to contextualize the Arms Trade Treaty. It will unpack the facts and figures about the international - licit and illicit - arms trade, shed light on the content and implementation of the ATT and provide insights into the effects of armed violence in contemporary conflicts.

Please join us for half a day of expert debate and discussion!

These annual Lectures were instituted in 2012 to honour the life and work of Joakim Dungel, an alumnus of Gothenburg University who was killed on 1 April 2011 in Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan, where he was working as a human rights legal officer for the United Nations. The Lectures are sponsored by the non-profit Association in Memory of Joakim Dungel (Swedish: Föreningen Joakim Dungels Minne, ideell förening).

Registration by Feb 20 on handels.gu.se/event

Föreläsare: Detailed program will be available in January.

Datum: 2020-02-24

Tid: 13:00 - 16:30

Kategorier: Ekonomi/juridik

Arrangör: School of Business, Economics and Law

Plats: Handelshögskolan, Vasagatan 1
Malmstensalen, Handelshögskolan, Vasagatan 1, Göteborg

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Kontaktperson: Sari Kouvo

Sidansvarig: Jeffrey Johns|Sidan uppdaterades: 2019-11-14
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