Resolution

1.                                                           Resolution
2. Forum: The General Assembly
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4. Question of: Fighting illegal trade with organs
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6. Submitted by: Tunisia
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8. Co-submitted by:
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10. General Assembly,
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12. Keeping in mind that there is not enough information in mass media about trafficking
13. human organs,
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15. Noting further that it is a worldwide problem,
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17. Declaring that at the end of the year 2007 6,698 patients were listed as actively waiting
18. for a transplant,
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20. Bearing in mind   the existence and development of global black market for organs,
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22. Alarmed by the potential growth of the number of criminal groups which deal with
23. trafficking organs,
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25. Noting with concern that trafficking in human organs is a violation of the human rights,
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27. Realizing the huge gap between demand and supply of organs, namely a shortage of
28. organs available for transplantation, which leads to a desperate search for them,
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30. Keeping in mind that commercialization of human organs is unethical, as the British
31. Transplantation Society also considers,
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33. Taking into consideration the fact of illegal removals and trafficking in human organs,
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35. Reminding about a huge death-rate among donators,
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37. Taking into account that bodies donated for medical research ate quite often sold for
38. personal profit,
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40. 1)Calls for Member States to cooperate with a view to combating illegal trade with
41. organs,
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43. 2)Resolves to prohibit the sale of organs from living persons (especially without their
44. permission),
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46. 3)Hopes to find out the circumstances driving people to sell their organs and to struggle
47. with them,
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49. 4)Calls upon member states to support making legal transplantation with safe surgical
50. treatment (in order not to harm the donor or infect the recipient),
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52. 5)Further...
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