UNITED NATIONS COMMISSION ON CRIME PREVENTION AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE (CCPCJ)
CHAIR: JULIE ANTãO
The CCPCJ is a body consisting of 40 Member States that serves as the main policy-making commission of the United Nations for issues relating to crime and criminal justice. Member States collaborate to develop strategies for combating pressing issues in global crime, as well as ensuring that the international criminal justice system is operating fairly. In 2006 the CCPCJ was expanded to become the governing body of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), which focuses on issues such as illicit drug trade, crime, and terrorism. The CCPCJ platform offers Member States a forum to exchange strategies, information, expertise, and advice on how to better regulate and pinpoint areas of importance in advancing criminal justice structures. With increased globalization has come increased inter-connectedness to international crime and trafficking. Upon the emergence of new technologies that facilitate illegal activities, the role of the CCPCJ has shifted to address the problems associated with crime in the framework of the modern world.
TOPIC ABSTRACT COMING SOON
APPROXIMATE COMMITTEE SIZE: 80 (double delegation)
NAIMUN strives to provide every delegate with a well-rounded, educational, and enjoyable experience. The learning objectives for CCPCJ are as follows. Delegates will gain:
Knowledge of the inner workings of the international criminal justice system
A developed understanding of the causes and effects of drug trafficking and cybercrime
The opportunity to create and explore innovative solutions catered towards combating some of the world’s most pressing issues in regards to crime and justice
About the Chair
Julie Antão is a member of the Walsh School of Foreign Service’s class of 2020, where she majors in International Politics with a focus in International Law, Ethics and Institutions and minors in French. Julie was born and raised in São Paulo, Brazil, where she used to go to the British School. There, she was involved with Model UN since she was a freshman, having served as the Chair of the European Union for Brazil’s Model United Nations conference. Julie served as the CM for the Getúlio Vargas' Cabinet NCSC XLVI as well as the dUSG of Regionals for NAIMUN LV. On the Hilltop, she serves as the Senior Ball Chair on Senior Class Committee for the Class of 2020. She is also involved with the Brazilian Club, the GU Eating Society, the International Relations Club and the Georgetown Program Board. You can find Julie binge-watching, quoting TV shows, as well as chick-flicks on Netflix, or dancing to Brazilian songs in her room. Julie can't wait to meet all of you in this year’s NAIMUN. Hoya Saxa!