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    Diamonds and Human Security
    Research, education and advocacy to end the trade of conflict diamonds in Africa.

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    Reports to the United Nations Security Council on the situation in African countries affected by conflict resources and UN resolutions related to conflict diamonds and other conflict resources. Document numbers are indicated in the citation.


    Monitoring Mechanism on Sanctions against UNITA
    Document Number: S/2002/486 Date: April 26, 2002
    Report investigating allegations of sanctions violations and the role of criminal elements that have been crucial in sustaining the capacity of UNITA to wage war through the purchase of arms and the smuggling of diamonds, noting that tne winds of peace are beginning to blow in Angola and that a sanctions regime, when duly monitored, can be a real instrument of peace.

    Panel of Experts Report on the Situation in Angola
    Document Number: Date: 2000

    Democratic Republic of the Congo

    Resolution 1457
    Document Number: 1457 Date: January 24, 2003
    Response to the UN Panel of Experts report on the Illegal Exploitation of Natural Resources and Other Forms of Wealth in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, calling on all states concerned to take immediate steps to end those illegal activities and inviting reactions from individuals, companies and states named in the report.

    Report of the Experts Panel on the Illegal Exploitation of Natural Resources in the DR Congo
    Document Number: S/2002/1146 Date: October 16, 2002
    Up-dated report which includes recommendations ranging from travel bans to freezing of personal assets on named business enterprises and individuals; reforms of state institutions and review of economic and financial agreements.


    UN Panel of Experts Report on Liberia
    Document Number: S/2003/466 Date: April, 22 2003
    Presents a follow-up assessment of the Panel's mission to Liberia and neighbouring States, in particular C�te d'Ivoire; provides information on Liberia's security and regional instability; violations of the arms embargo; civil aviation; diamond embargo; revenue and Government expenditure and the travel ban. Includes recommendations.

    Panel of Experts Report on Liberia
    Document Number: S/2002/470 Date: April 19, 2002
    Progress report containing recommendations on arms, air transportation, diamonds and a travel ban. The report assesses whether renegade RUF structures remain in Liberia that could pose a threat to elections in Sierra Leone.

    Sierra Leone

    Panel of Experts Report on Sierra Leone
    Document Number: S/2000/1195 Date: December 20, 2000
    Report pursuant to Security Council resolution 1306 (2000), reporting on diamonds, weapons and air traffic control systems.

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