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Papua New Guinea
 

Name : Trevor Meauri Job Title : Director, Social Policy & Government Services
Entity : Department of the Prime Minister Telephone : ++6753276611
Address : P.O. Box 639, Waigani, National Capital District Mobile : ++6753276713
Email : tmeauri@yahoo.com , chiefsecoffice@pmnec.gov.pg Website :
 
   
 
2012 : English
2005 : English
 
 
 
     
   
 
     
 
20/03/06 : SECURITY COUNCIL DEBATES GLOBAL PROGRESS AGAINST ILLICIT SMALL ARMS TRADE; STRENGTHENED ARMS EMBARGOES, BROKERING REGULATION AMONG ISSUES RAISED.
11/01/06 : SPEAKERS CALL FOR LEGALLY BINDING INSTRUMENT ON MARKING, TRACING WEAPONS, AS PREPARATORY MEETING FOR SMALL ARMS REVIEW CONFERENCE CONTINUES.
 
 
     
   

   
 
     
 
   
   
   
   
   
   
 
 
     
 
Collection and destruction
  Destruction of surplus and unserviceable weapons. Collection of 1.920 weapons between 2001 and 2003.
DDR
  Execution of DDR Process in Bougainville (in collaboration with the Peace Monitoring Group and the UNOMB observer mission).
Marking, tracing, record keeping and stockpile management
  Annual review of stocks.
Partnership at National/Regional/Global level
  REGIONAL LEVEL Participation in work for a common regional approach to weapons control. Regional cooperation through Trans-national Crime Centre in Suva, Fiji.
Public awareness
  Awareness campaign in Bougainville. Campaigns in schools on guns impact on community that culminated in a Guns Summit to formulate a plan of action on SALW.
Research/Capacity building/Seminars-Workshops
  CAPACITY BUILDING Training programs in Bougainville, the National Capital District and the South of the country. Trans-national crime course in November 2003 for members of the Police, the National Intelligence Organization and the Correctional Service.
 
 
     
   
 
     
 
Definition (including closely associated activities and extraterritoriality):
No information has been found
Optional elements for national legislation (registration, record-keeping, licensing, related legislation, jurisdiction, penalties):
No information has been found
Operational information exchange (including a) Cooperation on activities violating UNSC arms embargoes; and b) Cooperation with relevant organizations, e.g. WCO, Interpol, the UN):
No information has been found
Cooperation and measures within a regional Organization:
No information has been found
National needs (Assistance in capacity building):
No information has been found
Notes:
No information has been found
 
 
 
     
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National laws, regulations and administrative procedures:
No information has been found
National marking practices:
No information has been found
Marking at the time of import:
No information has been found
Marking of SALW in the possession of government armed and security forces:
Measures against the removal or alteration of markings:
No information has been found
Accurate and comprehensive records for all marked SALW within their territory:
No information has been found
Measures taken for undertaking traces and responding to tracing requests:
No information has been found
Operational information exchange:
No information has been found
Needs and request for assistance:
No information has been found
Implementation challenges and opportunities:
No information has been found
Notes:
No information has been found