United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Central America and the Caribbean a region famous for it’s music and culture but take a closer look and you’ll find a region riddled with criminal and illicit activities and at the helm of it lies organised crime. Organised crime is a category of transnational, national, or local groupings of highly centralised enterprises run by criminals to engage in illegal activity. The Central American region has been exposed to many such organised crime units that tend to cause chaos in the region through their
various illicit activities that include, drug trafficking, human trafficking, money laundering etc. These organised crime units tend to grow in power and size on a daily basis which leads to a increase in their illicit activities which have serious implications on the Cental American and
Caribbean region as a whole. Many factors are involved in the rise of these organisations such as inept law enforcement, lack of political stability and many more. It is imperative that the governments of these regions address these causes of concern and restore Central America and the Caribbean to its former glory. So it’s up to you the delegates to decide whether Central  America and the Caribbean will continue to face the implications that rise from organised      crime or be devoid of them. Presenting to you, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.

Agenda: Discussing the rise and implications of Organised crime in Central America and the Caribbean.

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