Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ)
Over the past 39 years, crime rate has escalated greatly worldwide, whether it be personal crime, property crime, inchoate crime, or statutory crime. No attempt has been able to completely or even significantly decrease crime globally, so is it possible to imagine a world that operated completely crime-free? This is exactly what the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice works towards achieving.
As of 1992, the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice has acted as the main governing body within the United Nations that addresses issues regarding crime prevention and criminal justice. The CCPCJ works to combat any and all forms of national and transnational crime, including economic crime and organized crime by not only creating a means of communication between just UN member-states, but also between all inclined entities.
My impeccable chair, Taliah Salem, and I have chosen three topics that are of paramount importance. This session, HIAMUN’20’s CCPCJ will be discussing establishing a framework regarding the illegal smuggling and transportation of hydrocarbons, finding alternatives for debt repayment to prevent occurrence of debt bondage, and establishing a framework regarding wildlife and forest crimes.
Taliah and I are undoubtedly anticipating the constructive debate between our delegates in order to reach a consensus regarding all three topics. We are sure beyond question that each and every delegate will augment not only in terms of MUN, but as an actor in the global stage.
Hana Sadek, President of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice
Establishing a framework regarding the illegal smuggling and transportation of oil
Finding alternatives for debt repayment to prevent the occurrence of debt bondage
Establishing a framework regarding wildlife and forest crimes