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  • MODULAR SMALL-ARMS-CONTROL IMPLEMENTATION COMPENDIUM

    MOSAIC 05.10

    Version 1.0 2012-08-27

    Conducting small arms and light weapons surveys

    Reference number MOSAIC 05.10:2012(E)V1.0

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    This document — one in a series, comprising the Modular Small-arms-control Implementation Compendium (MOSAIC) — was produced by the United Nations in collaboration with a broad and diverse group of experts drawn from governments, international and regional organizations, civil society and the private sector. A full list of contributors to the MOSAIC project is available on our website.

    The production of MOSAIC was made possible by the financial support of the governments of Australia, Canada, Germany, Ireland, Norway and Switzerland, as well as by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs (UNODA), the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the United Nations Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate (CTED).

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    Contents Page

    Foreword ................................................................................................................................................ v

    Introduction ........................................................................................................................................... vi

    1 Scope ............................................................................................................................................ 1

    2 Normative references ................................................................................................................. 1

    3 Terms and definitions ................................................................................................................. 2

    4 United Nations framework .......................................................................................................... 2 4.1 UN Programme of Action .............................................................................................................. 2

    5 Purpose and scope of small arms and light weapon surveys ............................................... 2 5.1 General .......................................................................................................................................... 2 5.2 Core components of a survey ....................................................................................................... 3 5.3 Surveys as a step towards action ................................................................................................. 3 5.4 Strategies and programmes that surveys can support ................................................................. 3

    5.4.1 General .............................................................................................................................. 3 5.4.2 Functional areas that surveys can support ........................................................................ 4 5.4.3 Focusing on key contextual issues .................................................................................... 8

    5.5 Surveys as a baseline for monitoring and evaluation ................................................................... 8 5.5.1 General .............................................................................................................................. 8 5.5.2 Injury surveillance .............................................................................................................. 9

    5.6 Coordinating research efforts ........................................................................................................ 9 5.7 Geographic scope ....................................................................................................................... 10 5.8 Working towards practical outcomes with the time and resources available .............................. 10 5.9 Indicative timeframe .................................................................................................................... 10

    6 Ownership and follow-up ......................................................................................................... 11 6.1 National ownership ...................................................................................................................... 11 6.2 Political commitment ................................................................................................................... 11 6.3 Access to relevant data ............................................................................................................... 11 6.4 Protection of confidential information .......................................................................................... 12 6.5 Independence and impartiality of the research team .................................................................. 12 6.6 Options for ensuring follow-up at the national level .................................................................... 12

    7 Security, sensitivity and ethics ................................................................................................ 13 7.1 Security considerations ............................................................................................................... 13 7.2 Sensitivity .................................................................................................................................... 13 7.3 Ethical considerations ................................................................................................................. 14

    8 Partnerships .............................................................................................................................. 14 8.1 Technical expertise required ....................................................................................................... 14 8.2 External expertise ........................................................................................................................ 14 8.3 Sub-contracting ........................................................................................................................... 15 8.4 Capacity-building ......................................................................................................................... 16

    9 Survey methodology ................................................................................................................. 16 9.1 General ........................................................................................................................................ 16 9.2 Focusing on key social groups .................................................................................................... 16

    9.2.1 General ............................................................................................................................ 16 9.2.2 Sex and age disaggregation ............................................................................................ 16

    9.3 Quantitative and Qualitative methods ......................................................................................... 17 9.4 Desk review of existing information ............................................................................................. 17 9.5 Research questions..................................................................................................................... 18 9.6 Data to be collected..................................................................................................................... 18

    9.6.1 General ............................................................................................................................ 18 9.6.2 Small arms and light weapons data ................................................................................. 18 9.6.3 Health data ....................................................................................................................... 20 9.6.4 Crime data ....................................................................................................................... 22 9.6.5 Additional data sources ................................................................................................... 23

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    9.7 Questionnaires ............................................................................................................................ 23 9.7.1 Purpose ............................................................................................................................ 23 9.7.2 Sampling .......................................................................................................................... 23 9.7.3 Disaggregation ...................

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