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Resolution 2009/08: Human Trafficking Of Women From Africa To Europe. watch

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    (Original post by Radgebanter)
    The UNODC would take money from the assets seized from this hundred million dollar criminal affair, we would also seek appropriate funding from the world bank and if countries wanted to strengthen their borders in general we could help them to use their money effectively to tackle not just trafficking of people but also drugs, tabacco and alcohol

    The UNODC will galdly accept the comments on Clause 3

    Taking Clause 4 into account the UNODC agrees that an interpol task group could be better placed to manage this
    While France thanks the UNODC for addressing some of our concerns, especially regarding funding, we still feel that complications will arise in running this resolution's measures alongside the EU's future single immigration strategy. Hence France will abstain.

    Venezuela supports this resolution.
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    The Republic of South Africa as a nation of Africa supports this resolution and it's aim of clamping down on illegal human trafficking.
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    Kenya wholeheartedly supports this resolution and hopes that all nations will come together to vote Yes for htis resolution understanding that the mistreatment of any persons is wrong.
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    The UNODC is overwhelmed by the support for our first resolution. We thank all countries for coming together to support the fight against world crime and help those who need it.
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    Guyana supports this treaty and has voted yes.
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    The Republic of Liberia fully supports the resolution. The instability of the civil war created the perfect climate for human trafficking to thrive inside our own borders (both then and now). Many women and children end up in domestic servitude, or are sexually exploited both within Liberia and neighbouring countries such as Cote d’Ivoire, Guinea, and Nigeria. Thus, there is a possibility that human trafficking to Europe could extend into Liberia.

    The Republic of Liberia strongly encourages other members of the UN to pass this resolution in the name of human rights and equality.
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    The Republic of Turkey supports this treaty and has voted in favour of it.
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    The UNODC thanks all nations for their support and commitment in passing our first resolution
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    This resolution is a (resounding) success. It will be moved to the Resolutions subforum.
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    [ooc: A unanimous vote...if it wasn't for me :tongue:]
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    (Original post by Student2806)
    [ooc: A unanimous vote...if it wasn't for me :tongue:]
    [ooc] at least you didn't vote no lol :p: [/ooc]
 
 
 
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