Anna Alvazzi del Frate Emile LeBrun Christian Ponti Gergely Hideg

The impact of global arms control regimes in reducing armed violence: a regional assessment / approach

A Talk by Emile LeBrun , Anna Alvazzi del Frate , Christian Ponti and Gergely Hideg

About this Talk

The Kennis study Assessing the Feasibility of Employing Sustainable Development Impact Indicators in Global Arms Control Instrument Monitoring consists in the development of a tool, based on a sound methodology, for states to overcome data-related obstacles and to meaningfully incorporate armed violence and other sustainable development indicators into their efforts for monitoring performance in the implementation of the Firearms Protocol and other international arms control agreements. Panellists will discuss progress in the development of indicators and how this initiative could be relevant for states with reference to the implementation of specific global and regional arms control instruments, including for the review mechanism of the UN Convention Against Transnational Organized Crime.

18 October 2023, 04:00 PM

04:00 PM - 05:15 PM

About The Speakers

Emile LeBrun

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.


Anna Alvazzi del Frate

Anna Alvazzi del Frate

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


Christian Ponti

Christian Ponti

CROSS - University of Milan (Italy)

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


Gergely Hideg

Gergely Hideg

senior consultant, methodologist, Kennis / Small Arms Survey

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.