Dear delegates, It is almost time! We have put together a delegates' handbook to offer some guidance and clear some doubts you may still have. Glossary of useful simulation terms - This document has varied formal terms important to our simulation. It can be especially helpful if this will be your first time in a Model … Continue lendo Delegates’ Handbook
Bruna Ferreira Assistant director International organizations haven’t always been present in world politics but, with globalization and closer integration between nations, they have only gained importance and relevance in the political sphere. Having emerged around the end of the nineteenth century and the start of the twentieth, the sheer concept of “international organizations” has radically … Continue lendo The role of international organizations in combating transnational organized crime
Bruna Ferreira Assistant Director Hello delegates! With MINIONU approaching (only 9 days left to go!), the race to prepare everything is even more accelerated. With that, today we will be discussing OPPs, and how to prepare them for our committee. Below we have a model of the OPP, but if you have any doubt we … Continue lendo What is an Official Position Paper (OPP)?
Isabela Mota Contributor Member Every four years, the World Cup get attention to soccer and your beauty. However, what is behind cameras, videos, crowds and passion bring some pain to some childs who have a dream to become a soccer player. They all being enticed by good conditions like realize a dream, education opportunity, get … Continue lendo Human trafficking and soccer: how are they connect?
Fernanda Natividade Volunteer Change in the scale and scope of human trafficking The methodologies for determining human trafficking measurements have changed over time, making these data unsuitable for a direct comparison. Although, they do demonstrate that the estimated scale has increased. As a result of this apparent growth in the occurrence of human trafficking worldwide, … Continue lendo Overview of the scale and scope of human trafficking
Australia Arab Republic of Egypt Argentine Republic Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela Canada Cayman Island Federal Republic of Germany Federative Republic of Brazil French Republic Hellenic Republic Iceland International Monetary Fund (IMF) International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) Islamic Republic of Iran Israel Italian Republic JapanKingdom of Belgium Kingdom of Cambodia Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Kingdom … Continue lendo DOSSIER
Luisa Telles Costa Volunteer of FATF 2018 Human trafficking is an age-old practice marked by the injury of human rights and basic conditions necessary for the survival of a being. Characterized as a crime, it is the transport of a person or group - most of the time, transnational - that is seeking to … Continue lendo How human trafficking and smuggling of migrant favors the criminal industry?
Bruna Ferreira de Oliveira Castro Assistant Director of FATF 2018 With the era of globalization and increased porosity of borders, human trafficking has become a world-wide phenomenon. Despite the trafficking in persons not being a new, with the earliest occurrences being in the “ancient period” (that is, around 1860 BC), and the most notorious cases referring to … Continue lendo Trafficking in Persons Flows in a Globalized World
WHAT TERRORIST GROUPS DO WITH MONEY LAUNDERING? Gabriel Henrique de Paula Alves Director of FATF 2018 The financing of terrorism is one of the struggles caused by money laundering. As report by the IMF the Money laundering is based in become the illegal money provide by traffic of drugs, weapons, human and etc., in legal … Continue lendo What terrorist groups do with money laundering?
How are terrorist groups paying the bills? Ana Luiza Barezani Gomes Assistant Director of FATF Although it might not be the very first thought to cross our mind while watching the news about a terrorist attack, it is necessary to wonder how a terrorist group is able to finance these attacks. One of … Continue lendo How are terrorist groups paying the bills?