The United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women, UN WOMEN, works primarily for reaching gender equality all around the world. It’s aim is to make sure no woman or girl is affected by the negative consequences of gender-based discrimination in any fields. UN WOMEN provides women and girls with access to education, healthcare, economic and social freedom, sustainable peace and a life free of violence. In this committee, delegates will be discussing upon the
Topic A: Combatting HIV and AIDS
Topic B: The Economic Empowerment of Women
The Scramble for Africa refers to the period between roughly 1884 and 1914, when the European colonisers partitioned the largely unexplored African continent into protectorates, colonies and free-trade areas. At the time the colonisers had limited knowledge of local conditions and their primary consideration was to avoid conflict among themselves for African soil. Since no one could foresee the short-lived colonial era, the border design had sizable long-lasting economic and political consequences. First, the ancestral homelands of about one-third of African ethnicities straddle contemporary international borders. The resulting ethnic partitioning has contributed to civil conflict by fostering ethnic-based discrimination and by allowing countries to destabilise their neighbours. Second, in Africa we observe the largest share of landlocked countries, which tend to trade less with the rest of the world and are readily affected by developments in adjacent politically unstable countries. Third, the Scramble for Africa resulted in several large countries characterised by highly heterogeneous geography and ethnically fragmented populations that limit the ability of governments to broadcast power and build state capacity.
Agenda Item: Open Agenda
The Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), under the overall authority of the General Assembly, coordinates the economic and social work of the United Nations and the UN family of organizations. As the central forum for discussing international economic and social issues and for formulating policy recommendations, the Council plays a key role in fostering international cooperation for development. It also consults with non-governmental organizations, thereby maintaining a vital link between the United Nations and civil society.
Topic A: Making primary education more accessible in developing countries
Topic B: Implementing sustainable consumption patterns
Latent dissatisfaction with Hitler's rule has come to a head with the current crisis, caused by the administration's move to remilitarize the Rhineland. A number of Wehrmacht generals have rallied behind the well-known Field Marshall August von Mackensen, who had put in motion plans aiming to depose Hitler, and to remove the Nazi party from Germany.
With the split in the German high command becoming clearly apparent even abroad, foreign powers have elected not to protest against the remilitarization, more concerned with the growing internal German instability. The aging Field Marshal has moved quickly, already establishing a provisional government, to which scores have flocked in their opposition to the Nazi government.
Our committee will has historical fiction scenario.
Agenda Item: Open Agenda
Germany Civil War
The Security Council, the United Nations’ principal crisis-management body, is empowered to impose binding obligations on the 193 UN member states to maintain peace. The council’s five permanent and ten elected members meet regularly to assess threats to international security, including civil wars, natural disasters, arms proliferation, and terrorism.
Agenda Item: The Arctic Dispute
Yıl 1923, Anadolu topraklarında bir İstiklâl mücadelesi verilmiş ve başarılı olunmuştu. Önceki hantal imparatorluktan çıkan genç, aydın ve zeki bir grup asker, bürokrat ve diplomat Mustafa Kemal adında bir paşanın etrafında toplanarak yedi düveli yenmiş ve Anadolu, Trakya ve Dersaadet, Latin, Grek ve Anglo-Sakson işgalinden kurtarılmıştı. Şenlikler ile 11 Ekim’de bir zafer ilan edilmişti ancak hiçbir şey belli değildi. Doğu’daki ağalık ve ayrılıkçılık düzeni kırılmamış, Dolmabahçe’deki Halife daha kaldırılmamış, Dersaadetteki fesler daha inmemiş, İttihatçılık daha bitmemiş, bir anayasa dahi yazılmamıştı. Anadolu toprağını ve halkının kaderi daha tayin edilmemişti. Devlet ve Millet bir belirsizlik denizi içinde yüzerken bir adam kutup yıldızı gibi parlıyordu; Başkomutan Mustafa Kemal Paşa. Bu komitede delegeler gazi meclisin birer üyesi olacaklar ve vatanın kaderini tayin edeceklerdir.
“Benim naçiz vücudum elbet bir gün toprak olacaktır, ancak Türkiye Cumhuriyeti ilelebet payidar kalacaktır.” -Mustafa Kemal Atatürk
Gündem Maddesi: 2. Yasama Dönemi
II. Libyan Civil War started in 2014 with the ultimatums of separatist groups demanding Libyan territory and oil control in 2014 and continued until 2020. Initial conflict; and the General National Congress (GNC), also called the "National Liberation Government" in the capital Tripoli, established after Operation Dawn Voyage and the failed military coup. Controlling eastern and southern Libya, the House of Representatives has the loyalty of the Libyan National Army and General Khalifa Haftar.
Due to the controversy over the constitutional amendments, the House of Representatives refused to take office from the General National Congress in Tripoli.
The western coastal city of Misrata was controlled by the powerful militia of the General National Congress. Instead, the House of Representatives moved to Tobruk, which is controlled by General Haftar's forces. After a short while, ISIS, which showed its presence in Libya, reacted in Libya and undermined their diplomatic status. Later, they attacked an important region under the control of Libya, such as Sirte, and this ignited the whole event.
Topic A: International gas drilling operations in the Mediterranean
Topic B: II. Libyan Civil War
Established in 1949 with the signing of the North Atlantic Treaty, NATO stood as the iron fist of the free world to provide collective security against the Soviet Union. After the collapse of the USSR in 1991, the world evolved into a unipolar position making the NATO question its reason for existing.
In the present day, there is no doubt that the world is not as unipolar as it used to be at the beginning of the 21st century. China has been constantly increasing their economic magnitude, enlarging their political influence and expanding their military command, particularly in the Indo-Pacific and Africa. While NATO professes no intention of “moving into the South China Sea,” it seems doubtful for how much longer the alliance can remain disinterested in the affairs of the region.
Agenda Item A: Asia-Pacific Relations
Agenda Item B: Chinese Military Ambition in Africa
The Group of Twenty is an intergovernmental forum comprising 19 countries and the European Union (EU). It works to address major issues related to the global economy, such as international financial stability, climate change mitigation, and sustainable development
Agenda Item: Open Agenda
The FIFA Council (formerly the FIFA Executive Committee) is an institution of FIFA (the governing body of association football, futsal and beach soccer). It is the main decision-making body of the organization in the intervals of FIFA Congress. Its members are elected by the FIFA Congress.The committee is led by FIFA President Gianni Infantino and includes 37 members from all 6 regional confederations. Reflecting football’s global nature, the FIFA Council includes
members from every region of the world and from countries large and small alike.
Agenda Item A: Revisions for 2022 Quatar World Cup
Agenda Item B: Regulations for 2026 World Cup
The United Nations General Assembly First Committee (also known as the Disarmament and International Security Committee or DISEC or C1) is one of six main committees at the General Assembly of the United Nations. It deals with disarmament and international security matters. The First Committee meets every year in October for a 4–5 week session, after the General Assembly General Debate. All 193 member states of the UN can attend. It is the only Main Committee of the General Assembly entitled to verbatim records.
Topic A: Preventing Non-State Actors from Acquiring Weapons of Mass Destruction
Topic B: Promoting Transparency in Military Expenditures and Arms Transfers
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is a major financial agency of the United Nations, and an international financial institution, headquartered in Washington, D.C., consisting of 190 countries. Its stated mission is "working to foster global monetary cooperation, secure financial stability, facilitate international trade, promote high employment and sustainable economic growth, and reduce poverty around the world." Formed in 1944, started on 27 December 1945, at the Bretton Woods Conference primarily by the ideas of Harry Dexter White and John Maynard Keynes, it came into formal existence in 1945 with 29 member countries and the goal of reconstructing the international monetary system. It now plays a central role in the management of balance of payments difficulties and international financial crises.
Topic A: The growing risk of global stagflation
Topic B: The Worldwide Debt Crisis