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First Conference of States Parties for the Arms Trade Treaty

The first Conference of States Parties (CSP1) for the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) was held in Cancun, Mexico from 24 to 27 August 2015. In the lead up to CSP1, a series of preparatory meetings were held to discuss some of the crucial administrative and financial modalities of the Treaty and it's conferences.

Calendar of events

 When  What  Where Who
Monday, 24 August
13:00-
14:15  
 
adjacent room to Plenary
 
Mexico and International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)
Monday, 24 August
14:00-15:00
Room 1
Research Network SaferGlobe and Finland
Monday, 24 August
14:00-15:00
Contrôle des transferts d’armes en Afrique subsaharienne – Leçons pour la mise en œuvre du TCA/ Arms Transfer Control in French-speaking countries – Lessons learned for the implementation of the ATT 
Room 2
Groupe de Recherche et Information de la Paix (GRIP) and France
Tuesday, 25 August
 
13:00-14:00
ATT. Human Rights and Arms Transfers Control 
 
 Room 1
Arias Foundation (Costa Rica), APP (Argentina), Centro de Estudios Ecuménicos (México), ICED (Dominican Republic), Project Ploughshares (Canada), WINAD (Trinidad &Tobago), CDRAV (Caribbean), CLAVE (Latin America), SEHLAC (Latin America and the Caribbean)
Tuesday, 25 August
13:00-14:00
Applying the Arms Trade Treaty for the protection of international security and human rights
 Room 2
Amnesty International
 
 
Tuesday, 25 August
14:00-15:00
 
 Room 1
United Nations Institute for Disarmament (UNIDIR)
Tuesday, 25 August
18:30-19:30
TBC
Mexico, Belgium and the United Kingdom
Wednesday, 26 August 
13:00-14:00
Room 1
Control Arms and Australia, Ireland, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, and Trinidad & Tobago
Wednesday, 26 August
14:00-15:00
Articles 6 & 9 and the regime of innocent passage 
Room 1
 
Saferworld
Wednesday, 26 August
14:00-15:00
Room 2
Oxfam International, Control Arms and Nigeria
Thursday, 27 August
14:00-15:00
Lessons learned from the ATT-Baseline Assessment Project   Room 2 Stimson Center