Assessing the impacts of global firearms instruments

A talk by Anna Alvazzi del Frate, Emile LeBrun, Monica Massari, Christian Ponti and Gergely Hideg
Alliance of NGOs on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, University of Milan, Kennis / Small Arms Survey

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Trafficking in firearms--a form of transnational organized crime that is included in the UN Convention on Transnational Organized Crime (UNTOC)--generates many negative effects, including armed violence. Building on a theme introduced at the 24-hour Conference on Organized Crime in 2020, the session will explore practical ideas, methodologies and indicators for assessing to what extent instruments such as the UNTOC and its Firearm Protocol, as well as the UN Programme of Action on Small Arms and Light Weapons, are impacting levels of violence at the national, regional and global levels within the framework of the Sustainable Development Goals, especially Target 16.1.

Anna Alvazzi del Frate

Chair, Alliance of NGOs on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice; Founding Director, Kennis: Knowledge for Safety and Good Governance

Emile LeBrun

Senior small arms policy control consultant; Project Coordinator for the Small Arms Survey; Founding Director of Kennis: Knowledge for Safety and Good Governance.

Monica Massari

Associate Professor, Department of International, Legal, Historical-Political Studies, University of Milan

Christian Ponti

Qualified Associate Professor of International Law, Department of International, Legal, Historical and Political Studies, University of Milan, Italy.

Gergely Hideg

Gergely Hideg is a survey specialist and methodology advisor to the Small Arms Survey. Currently he is advising SDG16 indicator work with various international custodians including UNODC, UNDP, OHCHR. He is also a founding Director of Kennis: Knowledge for Safety and Good Governance.


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