Nigerian Instability: An Effective ATT is the Answer

May 2012 Voices from the South E-Newsletter Published

In July 2012, the world’s governments will gather in New York to negotiate a legally binding international treaty on trade in conventional weapons. In this month's "Voices from the South," Rev. Kolade Fadahunsi, Programme Officer for “Churches in Action For Peace and Development” (CAPAD) in Nigeria, reflects on the necessity of a strong international Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) for Nigerians:

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Posted by Karibu Foundation - Last updated 30.05.2012