Sarah Masters

Sarah Masters is the women's network coordinator for the International Action Network on Small Arms (IANSA)

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    The Arms Trade Treaty: why women?
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    It would not be possible to rape women in front of their communities and families, on such a large scale in much of the world’s conflicts, if the availability of small arms and light weapons was controlled, says Sarah Masters

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    UN business: women, guns and small arms control
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    "It is not about feminism, it is about business. Member states give us money to implement projects, and if I implement a project that only affects 50 percent of the population, that is bad business." Agnes Marcaillou, UN Office for Disarmament Affairs.

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    Guns: the unending cycle of violence
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    The words of the women paralleled each other as they described how armed violence in the home and community, armed conflict, and the availability and misuse of guns feed each other in an unending cycle. These are not simple issues with easy solutions, but Sarah Masters says that this cannot justify apathy, silence, and inaction

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