The 13th UNCCPCJ
was held in Qatar in April 2015, and the Doha Declaration 2015 is one of the largest programmes implemented together by a country and the UN.
During the three-day forum, student delegates will role-play the 13th UNCCPCJ
by discussing three designated themes; public participation in strengthening crime prevention, evolving forms of crime as well as challenges in implementing comprehensive crime prevention and criminal justice policies to promote the rule of law.
"With the evolution of crime over years, the UNCCPCJ has discussed the different forms of crime and criminal justice issues over its course, including money laundering, cyber crime, human trafficking, corruption and border-crossing crimes.
"For almost two years, Qatar has been preparing to host this Congress, which is expected to have 6,000 to 7,000 delegates participating, to ensure that this year's UNCCPCJ is a successful one," the Ministry of Interior's (MoI) Director of Public Relations and Organising Committee Member Colonel Abdullah Khalifa al Muftah said.
The 13th UNCCPCJ
will be held in Doha in April 2015.
The meeting was held in preparation for the 13th UNCCPCJ, which is scheduled to be held in Doha in 2015.
The delegates who participated in the preparatory meeting affirmed that it was highly useful in the context of preparations for the 13th UNCCPCJ, adding that the issues discussed were of great importance as they related to successful programmes in the implementation of policies and strategies, comprehensive crime prevention and criminal justice in order to strengthen the rule of law at the national and international levels.