A man whose toddler son was shot dead after being caught in crossfire during a gunfight in a cafe in Turkey is taking his campaign for a strong global treaty on the arms trade to the UN.
David Grimason has been campaigning for tighter controls on the trade of weapons since his two-year-old son Alistair was killed in the seaside village of Foca in July 2003.
Alistair, from East Kilbride, was asleep in his pram when he was shot and killed.
Mr Grimason will travel with Oxfam to to New York on Saturday to attend UN talks on gun control.
Mr Grimason said: "I see this visit to the United Nations as the culmination of my fight for new rules to crack down on the flow of illegal arms around the world."