Gun Laws in Other Countries
Panelists talked about gun laws in Great Britain, Australia and Brazil. International Case Studies of Responses to Gun Violence •… read more
Panelists talked about gun laws in Great Britain, Australia and Brazil.
International Case Studies of Responses to Gun Violence
• 9:10-9:30 Gun control in Great Britain after the Dunblane shooting
Mick North, PhD, was a faculty member in Biochemistry at the University of Stirling in Scotland when, in March of 1996, his only daughter was killed in a mass shooting at Dunblane Primary School.
• 9:30-9:45 Rational firearm regulation:
Rebecca Peters is a lawyer and a journalist, she was the first director of the International Action Network on Small Arms (IANSA), the global movement against gun violence.
Philip Alpers is an adjunct associate professor at the Sydney School of Public Health, The University of Sydney. Alpers analyzes the public health effects of armed violence, firearm injury prevention and small arms proliferation.
Antonio Rangel Torres Bandeira is coordinator for Firearms Control, Viva Rio, Brazil.
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