Committee
High School General Assembly 4
Country
Japan

Author

Caican Li
China

Cite as https://mymun.com/ppdb/8501

Until now, slavery and trafficking in human beings have been banned by the international community, but human trafficking and "contemporary slavery" in different forms continue to thrive in the darkness. The imbalance between social and economic development in different regions of the world has made it difficult to eradicate the root causes of human trafficking. In 2010, the General Assembly adopted the UN Global Plan of Action to Combat Trafficking in Persons. According to the plan, Member States committed themselves to eradicating trafficking in human beings. In February 2011, the United Nations ...