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SDG16 Data Initiative

Latest Publications

  • Arms Control 2.0: Operationalizing SDG Target 16.4, by Glenn McDonald, Anna Alvazzi del Frate, and Moshe Ben Hamo Yeger. Briefing Paper, October 2017.

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  • Gaining Perspective: The UN Programme of Action’s Sixth Biennial Meeting, by Glenn McDonald. Briefing Paper, September 2017.

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  • Web Trafficking: Analysing the Online Trade of Small Arms and Light Weapons in Libya, by N.R. Jenzen-Jones and Ian McCollum, April 2017. Working Paper No. 26 (also available in Arabic).

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  • Measuring Illicit Arms Flows: Ukraine, by Anton Martyniuk. Briefing Paper, April 2017 (also available in Ukrainian). 

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Measuring Progress

How does one measure progress in implementing the 2030 Development Agenda target on illicit arms flows? Information on the quantities, types, and value of the illicit arms circulating worldwide is very limited. Better methods of dealing with the trade in illicit arms will require understanding the situations in which arms become illicit—whether from trafficking, diversion, production, or conversion.

The Global Partnership aims to provide a significant contribution to our understanding of the phenomena of illicit arms flows, their impacts, and ‘what works’ in addressing this problem. Four main sources of information are available: