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UNODA Occasional Papers No.21: Study on the Development of a Framework for Improving End-Use and End-User Control Systems, December 2011

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United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs' (UNODA) Occasional Papers is a series of ad hoc publications presenting, in edited form, papers or statement made at international meetings, symposiums, seminars or workshops organized by the Office for Disarmament Affairs. Mindful of the role that end-use certificates could play in preventing the diversion of authorized arms transfers — in particular regarding small arms and light weapons and their ammunition — UNODA decided to undertake this study to further enhance understanding of this highly topical issue.

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End-use certificates are designed to form a key line of defence against the diversion of authorized arms transfers. These documents are effective only in the context of a broader system that includes a comprehensive consideration of diversion risks at the licensing stage, the verification of end-user documentation and postshipment controls.

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