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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 BOSTON'S GARDEN FOR A CELTICS GAME.This storied NBA basketball franchise is, whose home arena features iconic wooden panels is home to many championships and a raucous diehard fan base. MUST EXPERIENCE: A CELTICS GAME AT BOSTON'S GARDEN: Boston TD Garden's with it's iconic wood panel floors, is home to the raucous fan base of this storied NBA franchise. By: Maria Vetter Goal: Stop Flows of Arms that Fuel Abuses Goal: Protect Families Worldwide from Gun Violence After weeks of intense negotiations at the UN Conference, including a roadblock put up by Iran,Syria and North Korea, a final treaty was adopted by the U.N. General Assembly on April 2nd,2013! The treaty prohibits arms transfers that would be used to commit genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. Fact: The US Training of Foreign Police and Soldiers Since 2003, Amnesty International and allied groups have been calling for an international Arms Trade Treaty that has human rights protections at its core. They are calling for a Golden Rule to stop arms transfers that are likely to be used for serious human rights abuses and violations of humanitarian law. Fact: Mass Incarceration in the US Since 1980, the US prison population has quadrupled, an increase largely driven by heavier penalties for non-violent offenses. The United States accounts for only 5% of the worlds population, but is responsible for nearly 22% of the worlds prison population. More than 2 million people are incarcerated in U.S. prisons as well as local and county jails. Fact: The Cost of Outsourcing War People working for private military and security companies (PMSCs) have been accused of engaging in a number of human rights violations including the abuse and torture of detainees, shootings and killings of innocent civilians, destruction of property, sexual harassment and rape, human trafficking in the recruitment of third-country nationals, weapons proliferation, and participation in renditions. 5 FACTS ABOUT THE ISSUES REGARDING MILITARY, POLICE AND ARMS The United States trains at least 100,000 foreign soldiers and police from more than 150 countries each year at a cost of tens of millions of dollars. .
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