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The United Nations Convention Against Transnational Organized Crime (UNTOC)

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Meet the Chair:

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Moderator:

Camila de León

Director:

Ximena Guzmán

Sub-Director:

Mariana Rendón

Crisis Specialist:

Bárbara Martínez

Topics:


• Topic A: Measures to end all forms of migrant smuggling in Northern Africa

• Topic B: Crisis

Position Papers:

All delegates debating in UNTOC are required to research and write a position paper about their assigned topic. All position papers should include a list of sources used written in MLA format. It is mandatory for all delegates to submit a copy of their position papers here. Delegations that do not submit position papers by Monday, May 3rd at 7:00 pm CST will be ineligible for awards.

Note:

Please note that UNTOC is open to students in middle school (grades 6-8).