Free Tunisia Association, member of the international coalition to-limit- weapon transfer, calls to stand in solidarity with the Tunisian people, again struck by a terrorist attack at a bus carrying members of Tunisia’s presidential guard in the country’s capital on tuesday 24 of november 1015, killing at least 12 people.
Free Tunisia Association calls the world to help Tunisia in its fight against terrorism with a general mobilization in all the capitals of the world to condemn terrorism and be there with the Tunisian people
Let us remember that arms dealers sell power—the power to back a regime, the authority to challenge the status quo, and the legitimacy that a gun can lend to an idea. All that an arms dealer asks for in return is money...
Small arms, especially, play a unique role in the world today because they are the tools most likely to be used in homicide´-or-in human rights violations against civilians.
A global Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) would help to prevent the sale of weapons to bad actors and would attempt to eliminate altogether the sale of arms to any country´-or-entity that is likely to commit human rights violations with them.
Free Tunisia Association calls governments to sign the Arms Trade Treaty and help save the lives of innocent people...