Introducing SFS MUN-B 2019
An Event to Remember
SFS MUN-B 2019 is finally here and we’re thrilled. Have a look through for details, and make sure you save the date. Let us know if you have any questions or requests. We look forward to seeing you there!
United Nations Security Council
Agenda: Situation in Yemen
Among one of the biggest humanitarian crises the world has seen, this one stands out to be the
most devastating. A land ravaged by two bodies of power for legitimacy. A land that has been
victim to one of the worst epidemics within the past decade, with thousands hoping for aid.
As time passes, levels of people deprived of their basic necessities are skyrocketing. Today,
nearly half the population of the region are suffering with thousands infected by dangerous
diseases such as cholera, and over 2 million children are suffering from malnourishment,
within the Yemen region.
The catastrophe may never end.
Delegates of the UNSC, the power to make the change is in your hands.
Presenting to you the United Nations Security Council.
Agenda: The situation in Yemen
Disarmament and International Security Committee
Agenda: Disarmament of Small Arms and Light Weapons.
In a world of constant deceit and chaos, matters threatening the very idea of international peace and security have all been discussed upon, within the recent past. Yet a matter that is of vital importance remains to be unexplored, even though it affects the daily life of a common citizen.
One of the most contributing factors to a conflict today is the usage and proliferation of small arms and light weapons. Even with their shall or harmless appearance, 90% of causalities are caused be such weapons. To prevent this crisis from taking flight is to take a step towards peace and stability.
Join us in exploring this vast issue is global importance, which still remains uncharted.
United Nations Human Rights Council
Agenda: Discussing the Conditions of Refugees with reference to the 1951 Convention read with the 1967 Protocol on Refugees.
The world is witnessing the highest levels of displacement on record. An unprecedented 65.6 million people, who have been denied basic rights including healthcare, employment and education. As time passes, the living conditions of these people are worsening. From not being accepted in society to not having basic healthcare services, refugees are facing multiple hardships. Do we protect the rights of these people or not? That is the decision for the delegates of the UNHRC to make.
SFSMUNB '19 presents to you the United Nations Human Rights Council.
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
Agenda: Discussing the increase in crime rates due to migration.
Today we live in a world of constant migration where problems such as population pressure arise to ultimately reduce the standard of living of a common man, causing him to do unethical activities to maintain his livelihood, increasing the crime rates within a region thus becoming a matter of vital importance within the international community
SFSMUNB '19 presents to you the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
Agenda: Discussing the rising issue of ocean acidification.
Tackling a prospective migration crisis due to climate change.
Since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution in the 18th century, a phenomenon we know today as climate change began to take flight through the emissions of carbon dioxide. As years passed, it became more noticeable. Yet, nothing was done.
Today, the issue of climate change, rather referred to as global warming has become one of the most threatening situations humanity has ever had faced. Alterations in weather cycles, rise in pH levels in the oceans, rise in temperature, islands sinking. It all isn't going to stop unless we take action.
SFSMUNB '19 presents to you the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
NOTE: This will be a Double-Delegation committee.
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