Issues

JoMUN XVI: Committees & Topics 

The issues for JoMUN XVI can be downloaded here:  JoMUN XVI Issues

General Assembly 3:  Social, Humanitarian, and Cultural

  • Address the epidemics of AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria across Africa
  • Address issues of discrimination against people with albinism in Africa
  • Ensure the preservation and promotion of UNESCO world heritage sites in Africa

General Assembly 4:  Special Political and Decolonization Committee

  • Facilitate discussions on the territorial dispute over Kashmir
  • Dispute the legitimacy of Somaliland
  • Ensure free and fair elections in African countries

Human Rights Commission:

  • Measures to protect women against domestic violence in West Africa
  • Ensure access to high quality sexual and reproductive health education for adolescents in all African countries
  • Address the issue of slave markets and illegal immigration through Libya

Economic and Social Council:

  • Substantially reduce corruption and bribery in all African countries
  • Ensure equal opportunity and reward for women in the African workforce
  • Ensure reconstruction and sustainable development in post-conflict areas

Environment Commission:

  • Measures to combat invasive weeds in lakes in Eastern Africa
  • Measures to manage and protect African marine and coastal ecosystems
  • Measures to effectively manage electronic waste disposal in African countries

Disarmament Commission:

  • Prevent further exploitation of oil reserves in countries under Daesh occupation
  • Improve African governmental safeguards against cybersecurity threats
  • Promote progress in nuclear disarmament

Security Council:

  • The situation of the Rohingya Crisis
  • The situation of the ongoing terrorist attacks and factions in the Sahel and West Africa

Advisory Panel on the Question Of:

The Advisory Panel will consist of member states, political parties, and humanitarian organizations. Representatives will prepare a summary of the situation and propose a plan of action.  The Advisory Panel will report its plan of action to the Secretary-General.

  • The situation of the Rohingya Crisis
    • Preserving the Rohingya history and culture in their emigration from Myanmar
    • Establishing a system of education for Rohingya refugee children and young adults
    • Preventing further outbreak and spread of disease within Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh
    • Ensuring the safety of women in Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh

Historic Security Council:

  • The Congress of Vienna 1815
  • The Rwandan Genocide 1994

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