The Working Group on Transparency and Reporting was established by the Second Conference of States Parties to the ATT in 2016 and is co-chaired by Ambassador Paul Beijer, of Sweden, and Mr. Guillaume Michel, of Mexico.
The first meeting of the Working Group took place on 8 February 2017, in Geneva, Switzerland.
The following documents were prepared by the co-chairs for the first meeting of the Working Group:
An Issues Paper to guide the discussions during the first meeting (available here).
The Issues Paper makes reference to the following working papers of previous CSPs:
Working Paper on National-Level Measures to Facilitate Compliance with International Reporting Obligations (ATT/CSP2/2016/OP.3), submitted by Sweden to CSP2 (available here); and
Proposal by Argentina on Article 13(2) (Annex to ATT/CSP1/2015/WP.4/Rev.1, 6 July 2015), submitted by Argentina to CSP1 (available here).
In addition, the Philippines provided input to the Working Group on Transparency and Reporting (available here). Control Arms also provided input to the Working Group on Transparency and Reporting as a civil society contribution to the process (available here).
The following presentations were delivered during the the first meeting of the WGETI:
Overview of ATT reporting States Parties - Mr. Dumisani Dladla, Head of the ATT Secretariat (available here); and
Presentation on Questionnaires developed by the Baseline Assessment Project - Dr. Paul Holtom, Baseline Assessment Project/Small Arms Survey.
List of participants ATT Working Groups' meetings, 6-9 February 2017 (including States, international organizations, and civil society organizations that registered for / attended the meetings: list).