International Action Network on Small Arms (IANSA)
1998. Launched May 1999, The Hague (Netherlands), at conference organized by E-XF4980 - Hague Appeal for Peace (HAP). Also referred to in French as Réseau d'action international sur les armes légères (RAIAL).
As the global movement against gun violence, stop the proliferation and misuse of small arms and light weapons; make people safer by reducing demand for such weapons, improving firearm regulation and strengthening controls on arms transfers; promote local, national, regional and global measures to strengthen human security.
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Board. International Advisory Council. Secretariat located in London (UK). Liaison Offices (2): Johannesburg (South Africa); New York NY (USA).
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