TitleCriminal justice action to combat the organized smuggling of illegal migrants across national boundaries.
Calls upon Member States, specialized agencies and international organizations to take into account socio-economic factors and to cooperate at the bilateral and multilateral levels in addressing all aspects of the problem of the organized smuggling of illegal migrants; calls upon all States to take effective and expeditious measures to combat all aspects of organized crime activities constituting the smuggling of illegal migrants, including the production or distribution of false travel documents, money laundering, systematic extortion and misuse of international commercial aviation and maritime transport in violation of international standards; decides that the ever-growing problem of organized smuggling of illegal migrants requires the continuing scrutiny of the international community and should be considered by the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice at its 4th session in the context of the broader problem of organized transnational crime.
Adopted at the 43rd plenary meeting, 25 July 1994. In: Resolutions and decisions of the Economic and Social Council, organizational session for 1994, New York, 25 January and 3 and 4 February 1994; resumed organizational session for 1994, New York, 6 June 1994; substantive session of 1994, New York, 27 June-29 July 1994; second special session of 1994, New York, 16 September 1994; resumed substantive session of 1994, New York, 3 and 4 November 1994 - E/1994/94 - p. 27-28 - (ESCOR, 1994, Suppl. no. 1).