Cite as https://mymun.com/ppdb/8954
Committee : Human Rights Council
Topics : 1. ENDING SLAVERY AND CHILD LABOUR IN THE CHOCOLATE TRADE 2. TACKLING THE MARGANILIZATION AND SOCIAL EXCLUSION OF PERSONS WITH ALBINISM
Country : Republic of India
In a world in which issues seem to be layered, where the law of the strongest is ruling, some organisations care about the life of the weaker or whether about the conditions of minorities. As members of the Human Rights Council, the feeling gathering the present nations is that every single life can be bettered by assuring each citizen of the right to enjoy their rights. Though tough work had been done since 2006, the mission of this United Nations’ body would never be complete : the French Chocolate Syndicat recorded 405.000 tones of chocolate had been consumed in 2014. Being as huge as unethical, the chocolate industry is exposing life of children to risk of death, those latest being hired by traffickers taking advantage on them, underpaying them for the harsh work they have to do on African cocoa...