NHK World News January 7th, 2016 The Commission on Crime and Criminal Justice reconvened today to discuss the use of the technology and how it can be used to combat human trafficking. This is in an effort meet the Sustainable Development Goals set by the UN in 2015 and which encompass areas such as: Gender … More France calls for stronger cooperation on Human Trafficking
NHK World News Taylor Edison January 7th As the International Court of Justice get’s ready to release its verdict on Julian Assange at this afternoon’s press conference, newly declassified reports have been released from the Director of National Intelligence that implement his former website, WikiLeaks, in aiding the Russian’s cyber attack on the U.S. democratic … More Assange implicated in Russian interference of U.S. Election
The Jakarta Post Vancouver | Fri, January 6, 2017 | 1:47pm Not all groups are equally vulnerable to human trafficking, says the Slovakian delegate in addressing the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ). Throughout this weekend’s conference, delegates at the CCPCJ are taking into question what role modern information technology plays in guarding … More Underrepresented minorities of particular concern within CCPCJ discussions
Creating an international database Times of India Jan 7, 2016 Women stand in the red-light district of Sonagacchi, India, watching a protest for the legalization of prostitution. Image source: Bikas Das/AP In search of a better life, many men and women are drawn towards populous cities of India instead of rural areas. When offered … More Empowering Victims of Human Trafficking
Artyom Borzhoska with Russia Today The Committee on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice has been divided for the past few hours over what methods need to be implemented in tackling the issue of human trafficking. The German delegate described the division along the lines of the 3 “P’s” of human trafficking: prevention, prosecution, and … More Technology Perhaps Too Complicated?
Rio Times Opinion Article As technology advances, it is important that cybersecurity advances with it, as the sensitivity of online publications should be reflected in the amount of encryption. This issue is in full effect today, as the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ) has decided to enact an international trafficking database, consisting … More Are We Solving Trafficking or Creating Gridlock?
Fox News, reporting from the CCPCJ Image Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Call_centre#/media/File:Callcentre.jpg Call Centres, How the UN Will Sidestep Police In order to combat international crime, the United Nations is hearing proposals that would see an international database of human trafficking statistics that would supersede the authority of local law enforcement. In a plan spearheaded by Canada, … More See a Kidnapping? Call the UN, not the Police
The Jakarta Post Vancouver | Sat, January 7, 2017 | 9:30am Competition and division characterize the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ) as they meet this weekend to discuss the use of modern information technology in guarding against human trafficking. As vocalized by the French delegate, human trafficking must be … More Discord in the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice
By BBC World News The United Nations Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ) has decided to spend the coming days on the topic of the use of modern technology and information to combat and guard against human trafficking. This comes in light of the growing refugee crisis currently affecting much of Europe and … More CCPJ to Address Human Trafficking Over Weekend Meeting
Der Spiegel Vancouver|Friday January 6, 2016| 20:59 An Ambitious Plan to Create a Database for Human Trafficking From its conception, to its use as a tool, to its essentially unescapable influence in our lives every day, the internet has revolutionized the way information is exchanged. From a bird’s eye view however, the internet is … More The Human Network