Managing Arms in Peace Processes: ECOWAS and the West African Civil Conflicts

 

Índice:
List of Acronyms and Abbreviations
IN LIEU OF AN INTRODUCTION
ECOWAS: SOME BACKGROUND ISSUES
ECOWAS AND THE SUB-REGIONAL PEACE AND SECURITY ISSUES
   - The ECOWAS Mechanism for Conflict Prevention, Management, Resolution, Peacekeeping and
Security.
ECOWAS, SMALL ARMS AND LIGHT WEAPONS PROLIFERATION AND THE WEST AFRICAN CIVIL
CONFLICTS
   1. The Genesis
   2. The ECOWAS Moratorium on the Importation, Exportation and Manufacture of SALW
   3. Other African and Global Control Initiatives.
      [A]. The OAU/AU’s Bamako Declaration
      [B]. The United Nations Firearms Protocol.
      [C]. The United Nations Programme of Action [UNPoA]
   4. The ECOWAS Moratorium and Institutional Arrangements.
      [A]. Programme for Coordination and Assistance for Security and Development [PCASED]
      [B]. The United Nations Regional Centre for Peace and Disarmament in Africa [UNREC].
   5. The Imperatives of Civil Society Organisations in Combating SALW Proliferation.
      [A]. The West African Action Network on Small Arms [WAANSA]. Box 2: Extracts from the Final Communiqué of the WAANSA Foundation Conference
      [B]. Civil Society Consultation on the Review of the ECOWAS Moratorium and the Evolution of a Draft Supplementary Protocol [The Dakar Process]
   6. ECOWAS CONVENTION ON SMALL ARMS AND ECOSAP
MANAGING ARMS IN PEACE PROCESSES: ECOWAS AND THE WEST AFRICAN CIVIL CONFLICTS
   Liberia
   Sierra Leone
   Guinea Conakry.
   Niger
   Mali
ECOWAS AND THE CHALLEGES OF REGIONAL PEACE AND SECURITY
CONCLUSION AND PROGNOSIS
Appendix: I
Appendix: II
Appendix: III
Appendix: IV
Appendix: V
Appendix: VI
Appendix: VII

 


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