10.  Further Encourages Transparency International to cooperate
with Member States to monitor, inspect and report corruption within the
governments and law enforcement forces specifically focusing on small arms and
light weapons manufacturing, brokering and trade, in order to ensure the
prevention of any illicit activities.

 

9.     
Further calls upon all Member States to cooperate at a regional and
sub-regional level, and using international agencies such as Interpol, taking
fully into account the specific conditions predominant in the region or sub-region,
with a view to improving and coordinating international efforts aimed at
increased openness and transparency in arms;

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8.      Requests UNSALWDA to organize an
annual international conference, starting from 2025, to be attended by any
relevant member nations, NGOs and UNOs in order to facilitate discussion of the
illicit trade in small arms and light weapons, to enable feedback and analysis
of current situation;

 

b.      divert a
significant amount of their national funds to tackling the illicit trade in
small arms and light weapons in their country;

 

a.      increase
their financial contributions to UNSALWDA and the various initiatives in this
resolution, with the economic incentive decided in proportion to the donation
received;

7.      Asks the World Bank and International
Monetary Fund to provide economic incentives, such as debt suspension and
lower-interest rate loans, to encourage further involvement, participation and
financing in the question of the illicit trade in small arms and light weapons,
with these incentives available to member nations who:

 

 

b.      the UN to
introduce a new form of punishing perpetrators, including anybody involved in
the sale, stockpiling or distribution of illicit weaponry, these punishments
would be decided by the ICC and UN Security Council;

a.      
 all member nations to help combat the illicit trade in small arms and
light weapons by working and coordinating together and with the United Nations
Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) to ensure that border guards of each other’s’
countries work together to ensure that criminals that evade one country’s
border guard are caught and that those who are caught or illegitimately claim
protection in another country are extradited in accordance with each member
nation’s respective laws;

6.      Urges:

 

5.     
Calls upon UNSALWDA, in conjunction with the United Nations Education,
Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) and all relevant NGOs, to
organise an education campaign in Less Economically Developed Countries
(LEDCs), utilising mobile education units and any available media to educate
citizens of countries (where the illicit trade in the Illicit Trade in Small
Arms and Light Weapons is deemed by UNSALWDA to be a problem) about the illicit
trade in small arms and light weapons, as well as the reasons why they should
not participate in this trade, and work with member nations to teach the border
guards all the methods and techniques they can use to detect illegal arms and
the known locations where light weapons and small arms smuggling is practised;

 

4.       Recommends that all member
nations, with the assistance of UNSALWDA and all relevant non-governmental
organisations (NGOs), establish and maintain border patrols and checkpoints at
all major border crossings and all known arms smuggling points, utilising a
physical border presence, thorough identification and documentation checks and
all the available methods and equipment to detect illegal arms, including but
not limited to metal detectors and body checks;

 

3.      Encourages States that have not
yet done so to submit their national reports and, for those in a position to do
so, to use the reporting template prepared by the United Nations Development
Programme, and to include therein information on progress made in the
implementation of the measures;

 

c.       
INTERPOL acting upon the information given by the Member State to trace,
identify and assist the arrest of the guilty parties;

b.       
giving access to the international SALW database mentioned above ;

a.       
member states providing INTERPOL with the information, such as but not limited
to the serial number and transport details of the weapons lost;

2.      Asks Member States to cooperate
with the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) on a framework
named `Small Arms and Light Weapons Crisis Assistance Framework` (SALW CAF) to
ensure that the immediate and effective actions are taken in cases of illegal
distribution and resale, leakage and theft of government issued small arms
through:

 

c.       a
mission to deal with the legal as well illegal trade in small arms, that means
creating tougher restrictions, monitoring small arms movement around the world,
and not allowing nations with human rights abuses and on-going conflicts to
import small arms;

 

b.      advising and
assisting member nations in making national plans to combat the illicit trade
in small arms and light weapons and sharing the information in the database in
clause to help them in their plans and would monitor any funding granted in
this resolution and working with member nations and all relevant NGOs and UNOs
to ensure that said funding being used for its intended purpose and to retract
this funding if it is found to be used for an unlawful or unintended purpose;

 

a.      the creation
of an international database on the illicit trade in small arms and light
weapons, using intelligence gathered by the research team and all relevant
organisations in order to provide information on the wide range of small arms
and light weapons in circulation, the locations where the illicit trade is at
its worst, the social and economic factors behind the trade and the successes
and failures of the strategies composed to combat the illicit trade in small
arms and light weapons;

 

1.Calls
for the creation of the United Nations Small Arms and Light Weapons Disarmament
Agency (UNSALWDA) as a secondary organisation to the United Nations Office for
Disarmament Affairs (UNODA), to be created immediately by the passing of this
resolution, which shall be comprised of a panel of experts, a research team and
UN volunteers and whose functions, shall include:

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