GA-6: LEGAL

The Legal State of
Prostitution 

   The United Nations General Assembly Sixth Committee the (Legal Committee) is the last of the six main committees of the United Nations General Assembly. The Sixth Committee is the primary forum for the consideration of legal questions in the General Assembly. 

   Prostitution has been condemned as a single form of human rights abuse, and an attack on the dignity and worth of human beings. Other schools of thought argue that sex work is a legitimate occupation, whereby a person trades or exchanges sexual acts for money and/or goods. Some believe that women in developing countries are especially vulnerable to sexual exploitation and human trafficking, while others distinguish this practice from the global sex industry, in which "sex work is done by consenting adults, where the act of selling or buying sexual services is not a violation of human rights."

This committee is suitable for experienced delegates.

Under Secretary General: Asmin Akıncı

akinci.asmin@gmail.com

President Chair: Deniz Baran Budak

deniz-brn@hotmail.com

Deputy Chair: Enes Hocaoğulları

eneshocaogullari@gmail.com