UN Commission on the Status of Women

Topics:

  1. The question of Femicide, it’s prevention, and its consequences 

With Femicide being a raging problem not just in underdeveloped countries such as Latin America but also developed ones such as France, finding preventions and solutions to the problem has taken an interest in the international sphere

     2. The Trafficking of Sex Workers

In 2012, the International Labor Association said that 22% of people under forced labour are subjected to forced sexual exploitation. Since this involves the trafficking of women across borders, sometimes even the kidnapping of tourists, a push for international legislation and regulation is called on to deal with the situation.

Committee

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Morocco

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India

Japan

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China

Equatorial New Guinea

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Brazil

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Turkmenistan

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