Amnesty International demonstrate to support the 'Bullet Proof Arms Trade Treaty’ in LondonPolitics Not vetted story Vetted story London, Great Britain - 16 June 2012
Amnesty international activists demonstrate outside the house of parliament supporting the ‘Bullet Proof Arms Trade Treaty’ in central London, June 16, 2012, England.
The ‘Bullet Proof Arms Trade Treaty’ prevents arms from fueling human rights atrocities, abuses and poverty. Demonstrators demand to implement the treaty immediate to disarm the dictators to protect the human. According to Amnesty International, every day at least 1,500 people die from armed violence and conflict.
Every year, hundreds of thousands of people suffer because of an unregulated arms trade.12 billion bullets are made every year. In 2006 United Nations (UN) decision to begin formulating an Arms Trade Treaty in a bid to promote responsible transfers of weapons globally to prevent human rights violations.