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- Immediately cease recruiting and supporting the janjaweed militias and take steps to disarm and disband them.
- Order the janjaweed militias to immediately release all abducted civilians and return all looted property.
- Command government forces and janjaweed militia to desist from targeting civilians and objects necessary for civilian survival such as water points, crops, and granaries, in accordance with international humanitarian law.
- Inform all government forces and allied janjaweed that civilians seeking to flee into Chad should be permitted to do so without fear of violence and extortion
- Provide protection to displaced civilians seeking security in Sudanese towns or elsewhere
- Ensure immediate, secure, unhindered access to Darfur for humanitarian agencies seeking to provide assistance to Sudanese civilians, through expedited visa and travel permit procedures.
- Investigate abuses by the janjaweed and the Sudanese army in Darfur, try alleged perpetrators in accordance with international fair trial standards, and require them to divest all their looted property.
- Immediately end the use and recruitment of all children under the age of eighteen in the fighting forces.
- Ensure that refugees are protected from janjaweed and Sudanese government cross-border attacks and support the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in its efforts to relocate refugees away from the Sudanese border.
- Condemn the gross abuses of international humanitarian law and human rights in Darfur.
- Call on the Sudanese government to protect civilians, immediately disband militias, and cease violations of international humanitarian law including indiscriminate bombing and forcible displacement. It should also call on the government to permit unhindered access by humanitarian agencies to all war-affected civilians.
- Reinstate the mandate of the commissions special rapporteur on human rights for Sudan under item 9 of the agenda.
- Adopt a resolution condemning the gross abuses of international humanitarian law and human rights by the Sudanese government. The resolution should call on the Sudanese authorities to conduct thorough investigations of all violations of international humanitarian law and human rights in Darfur, and to prosecute all those responsible. It should also call on the Sudanese government to disarm and disband the janjaweed militia and immediately facilitate access to Darfur by humanitarian agencies and human rights investigators.
- Call on the Sudanese government to immediately facilitate access throughout Darfur for all bona fide international and national humanitarian agencies and human rights investigators.
- Request the Office of the High Commissioner on Human Rights (OHCHR) to immediately dispatch a mission of inquiry to Darfur and report back to the U.N. Commission on Human Rights before the end of its current session on April 23, 2004, and to the U.N. Security Council.
- Condemn the gross abuses of international humanitarian law and human rights by the Sudanese government and state publicly that U.S. human rights-related sanctions on Sudan cannot be lifted unless the abuses in Darfur cease.
- Insist that the government of Sudan protect civilians, disarm and disband militias, facilitate full, secure and unimpeded access by humanitarian agencies, and investigate and prosecute all those guilty of abuses.
- Condemn the gross abuses of international humanitarian law and human rights by the Sudanese government. Suspend any planned development aid to Sudan until the abuses in Darfur cease and the government facilitates access by humanitarian agencies.
- Insist that government of Sudan protect civilians, disarm and disband militias, facilitate full, secure and unimpeded access by humanitarian agencies, and investigate and prosecute all those guilty of abuses.
- Allocate adequate funding of emergency programs by U.N. and nongovernmental humanitarian agencies in Darfur and Chad and ensure that such assistance is delivered in accordance with humanitarian principles of neutrality, impartiality and independence.
- Ensure that refugees in Chad are swiftly relocated from border areas subject to janjaweed attacks and that no involuntary repatriation of refugees or militarization of refugee camps occurs.
- Closely monitor the distribution of humanitarian relief to ensure that food and other items are neither diverted by armed forces nor inciting further attacks upon civilians.