Rethinking General and Complete Disarmament
UNODA Occasional Papers No. 28 – This publication examines the historic, strategic, humanitarian and economic aspects of general and complete disarmament to elaborate and elevate the case for prohibiting conventional weapons systems as well as nuclear weapons.
SCRAP consists of a research agenda that builds upon issues outlined in the SCRAP Proposal. Please see the documents below for more details:
The Model Global and Complete Disarmament (GCD) Treaty (PDF Document) proposed by SCRAP – Basic Elements of an internationally legally-binding agreement on General and Complete Disarmament
Securing Our Common Future – The UN Secretary-General’s Agenda for Disarmament(Announced May 2018)
How can you become involved in SCRAP?
SCRAP proposes timetables and a draft treaty for consideration at the United Nations General Assembly, which takes place in September every year. Support our efforts to have SCRAP introduced at the UN General Assembly by sending a letter of support to your government.
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