CAVR presents: ArmsTracker. Inexpensive Record Keeping Software for the Arms Trade Treaty
Supported by International Assistance donors, the Centre for Armed Violence Reduction is enabling a range of requesting governments to strengthen their national arms control systems in order to implement the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) and other arms control instruments. ArmsTracker, our low-cost, easy-to-use arms management software is designed to prevent the diversion of arms, to control arms transfers and to maintain accurate records of conventional weapons.
The Centre for Armed Violence Reduction (CAVR) is an international non-profit public health group which partners with governments, organisations and individuals around the world to reduce and prevent armed violence.
The Centre is proud to announce the publication of two major reports, launched at the Arms Trade Treaty Fourth Conference of States Parties (ATT CSP4) in Tokyo, and at the United Nations in New York and Geneva.
Find out more about the Centre for Armed Violence Reduction and our international team.
We all have a right to live free from fear and want, yet each day as many as 1,400 people die in lethal violence.  The Centre promotes public health measures to reduce and prevent death, injury and trauma resulting from the proliferation and misuse of small arms and light weapons.
CAVR also hosts the secretariat for the Pacific Small Arms Action Group (PSAAG), a Pacific-based coalition of governments, NGOs, international bodies and other stakeholders, committed to reducing the threat of armed violence in the Pacific.
The Centre has implemented global, multi-country and bilateral programmes on arms control and armed violence reduction with more than 30 governments in the Pacific, Southeast Asia and the Caribbean.
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 Global Burden of Armed Violence 2011: http://www.genevadeclaration.org/measurability/global-burden-of-armed-violence/global-burden-of-armed-violence-2011.html
The Centre for Armed Violence Reduction is a charity registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits Commission (ACNC), ABN 62 161 762 778.