Saudi deal or not, Canada still needs to ratify the Arms Trade Treaty

Amani Saini

Weapons control and genocide prevention advocate

Amani Saini was born and raised in British Columbia and is an advocate for weapons control and genocide prevention. She has served in various capacities with a number of organizations to curb the flow of landmines, small arms and cluster munitions. She holds a Master of Public Administration degree from Dalhousie University and a BA in Political Science from the University of British Columbia.

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Saudi deal or not, Canada still needs to ratify the Arms Trade Treaty

Saudi deal or not, Canada still needs to ratify the Arms Trade Treaty

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April 25, 2016

Canada’s leadership in
banning landmines greatly impacted the international community. As a young
adult, Amani Saini witnessed the effect first hand. Now, she asks: can we regain our role in
the fight against illicit arms?