Committee
United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund
Country
Sweden

Author

Julia Szelest
Poland

Cite as https://mymun.com/ppdb/18180

Sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) is a extreme violation of children’s rights. CSEC is defined as the “sexual abuse by the adult and remuneration in cash or kind to the child or a third person or persons,”. CSEC can have many formshowever each of them with equally devastating childrentheir relativeseveryone who has a close relationship with them. The most common forms of CSEC are child prostitutionchild pornography and trafficking of children for sexual purposesAll the countries in the world are guilty of CSEC. In Sweden all of these phenomena are observed however the scale of each of them is little when compared to the world statisticsThese are the priories for the Swedish Government. 


The main goals of Sweden’s policy on children’s rights is that children and young people should be respected and protected but should also have the opportunity to develop and speak up. Most people say Sweden is a good country for children to be raised. . Howeverstill there is a lot to improveProtection against human traffickingexploitation and sexual abuse is crucial for children being able to experience a good upbringing

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