Campaigners use graveyard stunt to show impact of global arms trade

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July 26, 2012

Campaigners use graveyard stunt to show impact of global arms trade

Control Arms Coalition campaigners set up a mock graveyard next to the United Nations building in New York on Wednesday as part of their ongoing efforts to advocate for a strong Arms Trade Treaty with key human rights protections.

Negotiations on the treaty text began at the UN earlier this month and will come to a close on Friday.

To find out more about Amnesty International's work around the treaty, visit our Arms Control and Human Rights campaign page.