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The United Nations Security Council is a council of great interest because of its contemporary issues. The Security Council is continually updating the most pressing issues of the world, giving delegates a chance to devise the most judicious resolutions for such problems. By bringing this committee to IVMUN 2016, the Secretariat aims to offer delegates a vision that is both topical and far-reaching
Ever since the first world conference on health in 1948 with topics swiveling around the prevention of highly dangerous pandemics and other necessary standards required for communal healthcare, the World Health Organization (WHO) has taken up the role of competency coordinator, governing health issues and public health on a global scale, affirming its status as well as paramount role in the 21st century.
As the Third Committee of the General Assembly, SOCHUM – the Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Committee – aims to solve and address social, humanitarian and human rights problems worldwide. With this immense task, the committee is established to convey philanthropic messages to educate today’s youth in issues such as feminism, equality, and the dilemma of organ trafficking.
This year, IVMUN welcomes the emergence of the Middle Earth. This is where people of fantasy unite and face the most enduring issue of all time. Let us flash ourselves back in time into the past where dragons flew and spit fire, paladins roamed the Earth floor and castle loomed under the scarlet sky.
United Nations Environment Program is the leading organization that promotes implementation of various resolutions to cope with environmental issues on a global scale and nurture a sustainable Earth development.
Economic and Financial Committee (ECOFIN) is the Second Committee of the United Nations General Assembly, dealing with issues of global financing and economic development. Being the primary economic body of the United Nations, its topics range from macroeconomic policy, trade statute, sustainable development to globalization, poverty eradication, and technological progress.
European Union is a politico-economic partnership between 28 member states. The fundamental objective is to foster economic growth and cooperation via free trade and dismissal of mutual borderlines. The consistency in such value indeniably promotes internal and external growth, mobility and understanding. Nonetheless, it also inflicts a share of problems that affect the whole system.