Brian Wood
Brian Wood is Amnesty International's Manager of Arms Control, Security Trade and Human Rights. He leads Amnesty International's campaign for a strong global Arms Trade Treaty.

An expert on the global arms trade, Brian has acted as a consultant to the United Nations on the prevention of illicit brokering in small arms and light weapons and on end use control systems.

He has researched and provided policy analysis on the subject for nearly two decades, including to inter-governmental organizations, national governments and NGOs.

Blog Entries by Brian Wood

How Could Charles Taylor's Crime Have Been Prevented?

(15) Comments | Posted 30 May 2012 | (17:10)

As the debate rages over whether Charles Taylor will languish in a British prison or elsewhere, much more important should be the discussion into how the former President of Liberia could have been prevented from aiding and abetting such atrocities in the first place.

As Arms Control Manager for...

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