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PERMANENT COUNCIL OF THE OEA/Ser.G

ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN STATES CP/CSH-966/08 rev. 1

24 March 2008

COMMITTEE ON HEMISPHERIC SECURITY Original: English

DRAFT WORK PLAN OF THE COMMITTEE ON HEMISPHERIC SECURITY (CHS) FOR THE PRESENTATION AND NEGOTIATION OF DRAFT RESOLUTIONS TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE THIRTY-EIGHTH REGULAR SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
(Document presented by the Chair)

INTRODUCTION

At its regular meeting on September 6, 2007, the Chair of the Committee on Hemispheric Security (CHS) proposed to present at the beginning of 2008 a methodology with the purpose of organizing the work of the Committee and increasing the efficiency of the work carried out for the presentation and negotiation of draft resolutions to be submitted to the thirty-eighth regular session of the General Assembly.





  1. MANDATES

According to Article 20 of the Rules of Procedure of the Permanent Council, the CHS has the following functions:




  • To study, and make recommendations to the Permanent Council on, any matters relating to hemispheric security that may be entrusted to it by the Permanent Council and, through it, by the General Assembly, in particular with a view to promoting cooperation in this area.

Pursuant to Article 30 of its Rules of Procedure, at the meeting on July 12, 2007, the Permanent Council decided that, in the framework of the functions established in Article 20 of its Rules of Procedure, the CHS would have responsibility for the following mandates, assigned in document “Assignment of Mandates Issued by the General Assembly at its Thirty-Seventh Regular Session” (CP/doc.4238/07 rev. 2):




  1. AG/RES. 2260 (XXXVII O/07) Disarmament and Nonproliferation Education

  2. AG/RES. 2261(XXXVII O/07) Support for Action Against Antipersonnel Mines in Ecuador and Peru

  3. AG/RES. 2268 (XXXVII O/07) Inter-American Convention on Transparency in Conventional Weapons Acquisitions

  4. AG/RES. 2269 (XXXVII O/07) The Americas as an Antipersonnel-Land-Mine-Free Zone

  5. AG/RES. 2270 (XXXVII O/07) Confidence- and Security-Building in the Americas

  6. AG/RES. 2272 (XXXVII O/07) Support for the Work of the Inter-American Committee Against Terrorism

  7. AG/RES. 2273 (XXXVII O/07) Inter-American Support for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty

  8. AG/RES. 2274 (XXXVII O/07) Follow-Up to the Special Conference on Security

  9. AG/RES. 2297 (XXXVII O/07) Addressing Illicit Trafficking in Small Arms and Light Weapons: Stockpile Management and Security

  10. AG/RES. 2298 (XXXVII O/07) Consolidation of the Regime Established in the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America and the Caribbean (Treaty of Tlatelolco)

  11. AG/RES. 2299 (XXXVII O/07) Promotion of Hemispheric Cooperation in Dealing with Gangs involved in Criminal Activities

  12. AG/RES. 2300 (XXXVII-O/07) Support for the activities of the Inter-American Defense Board

  13. AG/RES. 2314 (XXXVII-O/07) Natural disaster reduction, risk management, and assitance in natural and other disaster situations

  14. AG/RES. 2325 (XXXVII O/07) Special Security Concerns of the Small Island States of the Caribbean

  15. AG/RES. 2333 (XXXVII O/07) Support for Implementation at the Hemisferic Level of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1540 (2004)

  16. AG/RES. 2334 (XXXVII O/07) Execution of the Hemispheric Plan of Action against Transnational Organized Crime

  17. AG/RES. 2341 (XXXVII O/07) Inter-American Convention Against the Illicit Manufacturing of and Trafficking in Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives, and Other Related Materials

  18. AG/RES. 2343 (XXXVII O/07) Observations and Recommendations on the Annual Report of the Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission (CICAD)

  19. AG/RES. 2348 (XXXVII O/07) Hemispheric Cooperation Efforts to Combat Trafficking in Persons and Second Meeting of National Authorities on Trafficking In Persons

  20. Observations and recommendations of the Permanent Council on the annual reports of the organs, agencies, and entities of the Organization [Article 91.f of the OAS Charter]

  1. Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission (CICAD)

  2. Inter-American Committee against Terrorism (CICTE)

  3. Inter-American Defense Board (IADB)



  1. Methodology

The following suggestions could serve as basic guidelines for presenting and negotiating resolutions:




  • Rationalize the work of the Committee by adopting a UN approach of biennialization or triennialization of Committee resolutions. (UNGA 59/95 and 58/316)




  • Prepare an overall Committee resolution on various themes to continue existing mandates of past OAS General Assemblies.




  • Limit the time for negotiating each resolution (E.g.: 30 minutes per resolution in each session). This timing will depend on the number of resolutions to be considered in each session.




  • Prepare draft resolutions that, if possible:

  • Contain less number of preambular and operative paragraphs.

  • Avoid repetition of identical paragraphs in different resolutions.



  • Consider limiting the number of special sessions. If special sessions are being proposed, take into consideration their timing so that they take place no later than Mid-March of 2009 and preferably that they are distributed evenly through the year, scheduling some during the second semester of 2008. Also, be more selective of special sessions versus regular meetings of the Committee




  • During the negotiation process, if considered appropriate, delegations will seek to reach agreements in informal consultations among Member States prior to taking up matters in formal discussions.




  • Establish timelines for submitting draft resolutions to the CSH - Set April 18, 2008 as a deadline for submitting any additional resolutions.




  • Resolutions with financial implications should be negotiated ahead of time so they can be transmitted to CAAP.




  • Identify ways to gather resolutions together by similar thematic areas, combining texts into combined resolutions, when possible.

Examples:




  1. AG/RES 1744 (XXX-O/00) Cooperation for Security in the Hemisphere



  1. AG/RES. 2246/06 “Cooperation on Some Matters of Security in the Hemisphere” included the following issues:




  • AG/RES. 2107 (XXXV-O/05), “The Americas as a Biological- and Chemical Weapons-Free Region”;

  • AG/RES. 2108 (XXXV-O/05), “The Proliferation of and the Illicit Trafficking in Small Arms and Light Weapons in All Its Aspects”;

  • AG/RES. 2110 (XXXV-O/05), “Inter-American Convention on Transparency in Conventional Weapons Acquisitions”;

  • AG/RES. 2113 (XXXV-O/05), “Transparency and Confidence- and Security-Building in the Americas”; and

  • AG/RES. 2145 (XXXV-O/05), “Denying MANPADS to Terrorists: Control and Security of Man-Portable Air Defense Systems (MANPADS).”


PROPOSED CLASSIFICATION OF RESOLUTIONS BY THEMATIC AREAS

Group 1 CONFIDENCE AND SECURITY RELATED MATTERS




  • Confidence- and Security-Building in the Americas

  • Addressing Illicit Trafficking in Small Arms and Light Weapons: Stockpile Management and Security

  • Inter-American Convention on Transparency in Conventional Weapons Acquisitions

Group 2 RESOLUTIONS RELATED TO OAS ORGANS & ORGANISMS




  • Support for the Work of the Inter-American Committee Against Terrorism

  • Support for the Activities of the Inter-American Defense Board

  • Inter-American Convention Against the Illicit Manufacturing of and Trafficking in Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives, and other Related Materials

Group 3 DEMINING ACTIVITIES




  • Support for Action Against Antipersonnel Mines in Ecuador and Peru

  • The Americas as an Antipersonnel-Land-Mine-Free Zone

Group 4 NON-PROLIFERATION




  • Disarmament and Nonproliferation Education

  • Inter-American Support for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty

  • Consolidation of the Regime Established in the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America and the Caribbean (Treaty of Tlatelolco)

  • Support for Implementation at the Hemispheric Level of UN Security Council Resolution 1540 (2004)

Group 5 PUBLIC SECURITY: ORGANIZED CRIME AND VIOLENCE




  • Promotion of Hemispheric Cooperation in Dealing with Criminal Gangs Involved in Criminal Activities

  • Execution of the Hemispheric Plan of Action Against Transnational Organized Crime

  • Hemispheric Cooperation Efforts to Combat Trafficking in Persons and Second Meeting of National Authorities on Trafficking in Persons

Group 6 OTHER MULTIDIMENSIONAL SECURITY RESOLUTIONS




  • Follow-Up to the Special Conference on Security

  • Natural Disaster Reduction, Risk Management, and Assistance in Natural and other Disaster Situations

  • Special Security Concerns of the Small Island States of the Caribbean

Group 7 ANNUAL REPORTS FROM ORGANS, AGENCIES, AND ENTITIES




  • Comments and recommendations on the Annual Report of the Inter-American Defense Board (IADB).

  • Observations and Recommendations on the Annual Report of the Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission (CICAD)1/

  • Comments and recommendations on the Annual Report of the Inter-American Committee against Terrorism (CICTE).


Date of CSH Meeting

Example of thematic issues to be discussed

March 18

Consideration of Work Plan of the CHS for the presentation and negotiation of draft resolutions

April 3

Group 3 & Presentations on Demining

April 8

Group 5 & 6

April 10

Group 2 & 7

April 182/

Group 1 & 4

April 22




April 24




May 5




May 6




May 12




Dr. Izben C. Williams

Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Saint Kitts and Nevis



Chair of the Committee on Hemispheric Security

DRAFT RESOLUTIONS CHS 20083/
PROYECTOS DE RESOLUCION CSH 20084/





PROYECTOS DE RESOLUCION

DRAFT RESOLUTIONS

PAIS PATROCINADOR / SPONSOR

CLASIFICACION / CLASIFICATION

Presentada en CSH / Presented at CHS

Aprobada en CSH / Approved at CHS

Enviada a CAAP / Sent to CAAP

Enviada al CP / Sent to PC

1

APOYO A LA ACCIÓN CONTRA LAS MINAS ANTIPERSONAL EN ECUADOR Y PERÚ

SUPPORT FOR ACTION AGAINST ANTIPERSONNEL MINES IN ECUADOR AND PERU













 




2

LA EDUCACIÓN PARA EL DESARME Y LA NO PROLIFERACIÓN

DISARMAMENT AND NONPROLIFERATION EDUCATION













 




3

CONVENCIÓN INTERAMERICANA SOBRE TRANSPARENCIA EN
LA ADQUISICIÓN DE ARMAS CONVENCIONALES

INTER-AMERICAN CONVENTION ON TRANSPARENCY IN
CONVENTIONAL WEAPONS ACQUISITIONS













 




4

LAS AMÉRICAS COMO ZONA LIBRE DE MINAS TERRESTRES ANTIPERSONAL

THE AMERICAS AS AN ANTIPERSONNEL-LAND-MINE-FREE ZONE













 




5

FOMENTO DE LA CONFIANZA Y LA SEGURIDAD EN LAS AMÉRICAS

CONFIDENCE- AND SECURITY-BUILDING IN THE AMERICAS













 




6

APOYO AL TRABAJO DEL COMITÉ INTERAMERICANO CONTRA EL TERRORISMO

SUPPORT FOR THE WORK OF THE
INTER-AMERICAN COMMITTEE AGAINST TERRORISM



















7

APOYO INTERAMERICANO AL TRATADO DE PROHIBICIÓN COMPLETA DE LOS ENSAYOS NUCLEARES

INTER-AMERICAN SUPPORT FOR THE COMPREHENSIVE NUCLEAR-TEST-BAN TREATY













 




8

SEGUIMIENTO DE LA CONFERENCIA ESPECIAL SOBRE SEGURIDAD

FOLLOW-UP TO THE SPECIAL CONFERENCE ON SECURITY













 




9

ENFRENTANDO EL TRÁFICO ILÍCITO DE ARMAS PEQUEÑAS Y ARMAS LIGERAS: GESTIÓN Y SEGURIDAD DE ARSENALES

ADDRESSING ILLICIT TRAFFICKING IN SMALL ARMS AND
LIGHT WEAPONS: STOCKPILE MANAGEMENT AND SECURITY













 




10

CONSOLIDACIÓN DEL RÉGIMEN ESTABLECIDO EN EL TRATADO PARA
LA PROSCRIPCIÓN DE LAS ARMAS NUCLEARES EN LA AMÉRICA LATINA
Y EL CARIBE (TRATADO DE TLATELOLCO)

CONSOLIDATION OF THE REGIME ESTABLISHED IN THE TREATY FOR THE PROHIBITION OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN (TREATY OF TLATELOLCO)













 




11

PROMOCION DE LA COOPERACION HEMISFERICA PARA EL TRATAMIENTO DE LAS PANDILLAS DELICTIVAS

PROMOTION OF HEMISPHERIC COOPERATIONIN DEALING WITH CRIMINAL GANGS INVOLVED IN CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES













 




12

APOYO A LAS ACTIVIDADES DE LA JUNTA INTERAMERICANA DE DEFENSA

SUPPORT FOR THE ACTIVITIES OF THE INTER-AMERICAN DEFENSE BOARD













 




13

REDUCCIÓN DE DESASTRES NATURALES, GESTIÓN DE RIESGOS Y
ASISTENCIA EN CASOS DE DESASTRES NATURALES Y OTROS DESASTRES

NATURAL DISASTER REDUCTION, RISK MANAGEMENT, AND ASSISTANCE
IN NATURAL AND OTHER DISASTER SITUATIONS



















14

PREOCUPACIONES ESPECIALES DE SEGURIDAD DE
LOS PEQUEÑOS ESTADOS INSULARES DEL CARIBE

SPECIAL SECURITY CONCERNS OF THE SMALL ISLAND STATES
OF THE CARIBBEAN













 




15

APOYO A LA IMPLEMENTACIÓN A NIVEL HEMISFERICO DE LA RESOLUCIÓN 1540 (2004) DEL CONSEJO DE SEGURIDAD DE LAS NACIONES UNIDAS

SUPPORT FOR IMPLEMENTATION AT THE HEMISPHERIC LEVEL OF UN SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 1540 (2004)



















16

EJECUCIÓN DEL PLAN DE ACCIÓN HEMISFÉRICO CONTRA LA DELINCUENCIA
ORGANIZADA TRANSNACIONAL

EXECUTION OF THE HEMISPHERIC PLAN OF ACTION
AGAINST TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME



















17

ESFUERZOS DE COOPERACION HEMISFÉRICA PARA COMBATIR LA TRATA DE PERSONAS Y II REUNIÓN DE AUTORIDADES NACIONALES EN MATERIA DE TRATA DE PERSONAS

HEMISPHERIC COOPERATION EFFORTS TO COMBAT TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS AND SECOND MEETING OF NATIONAL AUTHORITIES ON TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS
















 

18

CONVENCIÓN INTERAMERICANA CONTRA LA FABRICACIÓN Y EL TRÁFICO ILÍCITOS DE ARMAS DE FUEGO, MUNICIONES, EXPLOSIVOS Y OTROS MATERIALES RELACIONADOS

INTER-AMERICAN CONVENTION AGAINST THE ILLICIT MANUFACTURING OF AND TRAFFICKING IN FIREARMS, AMMUNITION, EXPLOSIVES, AND OTHER RELATED MATERIALS



















19

PREVENCIÓN DEL DESVÍO Y DISTRIBUCIÓN ILÍCITA DE PRODUCTOS FARMACÉUTICOS Y OTRAS SUSTANCIAS SUJETAS A FISCALIZACIÓN INTERNACIONAL A TRAVÉS DE INTERNET 5/

PREVENTION OF THE DIVERSION AND ILLICIT DISTRIBUTION VIA THE INTERNET OF PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS AND OTHER INTERNATIONALLY CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES













 

 

20

OBSERVACIONES Y RECOMENDACIONES SOBRE EL INFORME ANUAL DE LACOMISIÓN INTERAMERICANA PARA EL CONTROL DEL ABUSO DE DROGAS

OBSERVATIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS ON THE ANNUAL REPORT OF THE INTER-AMERICAN DRUG ABUSE CONTROL COMMISSION













 

 




1 The CICAD resolution as well as the annual report is to be first approved by CICAD and then passed to the CSH. The CICAD meeting for 2008 is scheduled for May.

2 For the meetings between April 18 and May 12, the groups of resolutions to be assigned will be determined by those that are still under negotiation.

NOTE: the same resolution should not be programmed between consecutive sessions in order to give delegations time for consultations with their capitals.



3  Esta tabla fue preparada con base en los proyectos de resolución presentados en el 2007, y se modificará de acuerdo a los proyectos de resolución presentados en el 2008.

4  This table was prepared based on the draft resolutions presented in 2007, and will be modified according to the draft resolutions presented in 2008.

55. This resolution was negotiated in the framework of the CSH but its implementation is CICAD’s responsibility.


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