UN Documents for Small Arms: Secretary-General's Reports

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30 December 2019 S/2019/1011 This was the Secretary-General's sixth biennial report on small arms and light weapons.
6 December 2017 S/2017/1025 This was the Secretary-General's fifth biennial report on small arms and light weapons.
27 April 2015 S/2015/289 This was the report of the Secretary-General on small arms and light weapons.
22 August 2013 S/2013/503 This was the report on small arms.
5 April 2011 S/2011/255 This was a report on small arms.
17 April 2008 S/2008/258 This was a report on small arms.
17 February 2006 S/2006/109 This was a report on small arms.
11 February 2005 S/2005/86 This was a report on ways to address subregional and cross-border issues in West Africa, including small arms.
7 February 2005 S/2005/69 This was a report on small arms which contained an update on implementation of the 12 recommendations of his 2002 report.
20 January 2004 S/2003/1217/Corr.1 This was the corrigendum of the Secretary-General report on small arms.
31 December 2003 S/2003/1217 This was a report on small arms.
20 September 2002 S/2002/1053 This was a report on small arms, outlining twelve recommendations on ways in which the Council could deal with illicit trade in small arms and light weapons.
15 November 2000 S/2000/1092 This report was on Methods of Destruction of Small Arms, Light Weapons, Ammunition and Explosives.
11 February 2000 S/2000/101 This was on the role of the UN in DDR that included small arms and light weaponry among the primary targets of DDR operations, and highlighted the importance of tracing small arms and combating the illicit trade in small arms.
13 April 1998 S/1998/318 This report on the Causes of Conflict and the Promotion of Durable Peace and Sustainable Development in Africa emphasised the importance of DDR in peacekeeping missions, identified the proliferation of small arms as a threat to peace in Africa, and urged the Council to address the issue of illicit arms trade.