CCPJ - Commision on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice
Cite as https://mymun.com/ppdb/18822
Country: Republic of Colombia
Committee: Commision on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice ( CCPJ)
Protecting victims of human trafficking in conflict and post-conflict situations
Measures against cyber warfare
Delegates: Serda Aydemir
Topic A: (Protecting victims of human trafficking in conflict and post-conflict situations)
The Colombia State, which has a population of 48.6 million, is a medium power and has the third largest economy in South America and the fourth largest economy in Latin America. It also has Colombia's emerald, coal, oil, coffee and flower industries
Organizations that seek to take over the management of these resources constitute social, economic and security problems in Colombia.
One of the social and security problems arising from these organizations is human trafficking. Between 2012 and 2017, 328 cases of human trafficking were reported in the country, according to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, UNODC. Out of the total number of cases, 86.5 percent of those identified were women while 13.5 percent were men. Nearly 61 of reported cases were children and adolescents, the prosecutor's office reported.