Registration Guidelines: NISSMUN 2018
November 28, 2017
Conference Theme: NISSMUN 2018
November 28, 2017
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Committees and Topics: NISSMUN 2018

  • GENERAL ASSEMBLY (GA)
  1. Global action for total elimination of racism, discrimination, xenophobia and other related intolerance
  2. Promoting mutual respect and understanding
  • SECURITY COUNCIL (SC)
  1. Lasting solution to the middle east crisis
  2. Terrorism as a grave threat to world peace and security
  • ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL (ECOSOC)
  1. Promoting inclusive and sustainable economic growth – (SDGs)
  2. Addressing the socio-economic needs of marginalized or discriminated groups
  • HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL (HRC)
  1. Recognition of specific rights of indigenous people
  2. Prejudice and discrimination against disabled people
  • UNITED NATIONS OFFICE ON DRUGS AND CRIME (UNODC)
  1. Preventing youth hate crime
  2. Building the capacity of civil society groups to combat hate crimes
  • INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION (ITU)
  1. Exploiting the internet to promote hatred
  2. Teaching young people cyber ethics
  • UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (UNDP)
  1. Leaving no one behind in the achievement of the sustainable development goals (SDGs)
  2. Placing the dignity of human being at the centre of every development strategy
  • COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN (CSW)
  1. Combatting discrimination against women
  2. Achieving gender equality and empowering all women and girls (SDGs)
  • UNITED NATIONS ALLIANCE OF CIVILIZATIONS (UNAOC)
  1. Improving intercultural understanding across borders
  2. Building bridges between societies
  • INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANIZATION (ILO)
  1. Stigma and discrimination in employment
  2. Tackling unemployment among vulnerable groups
  • UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATIO (UNESCO)
  1. Promoting respect, tolerance and peace through education
  2. Promoting cross-cultural education in our schools
  • UNITED NATIONS CHILDREN FUND (UNICEF)
  1. Children with disabilities as the most vulnerable to abuse, exploitation and neglect
  2. Providing qualitative education for children of marginalized communities
  • WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO)
  1. Impact of violence and exploitation on a child’s physical and mental health
  2. Health effects of racial discrimination.
  • UNITED NATIONS FUND FOR POPULATIONS ACTIVITIES (UNFPA)
  1. Investing in the poorest and most marginalized populations
  2. Impact of discriminatory laws on poor women
  • FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL ORGANIZATION (FAO)
  1. Eliminating discrimination against women in access to agricultural resources
  2. Tackling violent conflicts between farmers and herdsmen
  • WORLD BANK GROUP (WBG)
  1. Access to credit for the most marginalized groups
  2. Income inequality as a form of discrimination
  • AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK (AfDB)
  1. Access to credit for the most marginalized groups
  2. Transforming lives and fighting poverty
  • INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND (IMF)
  1. Reducing wealth inequalities between developing and developed countries
  2. Impact of intolerance and discrimination on economic and social development
  • UNITED NATIONS INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION (UNIDO)
  1. Managing cultural diversity in the workplace
  2. Investing in labour- saving and productivity- enhancing technologies for rural women
  • WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION (WTO)
  1. Tackling discrimination in international trade
  2. Promoting economic growth and social inclusion of marginalized groups
  • WORLD FOOD PROGRAMME (WFP)
  1. Rural women as important partners in the fight against hunger and poverty
  2. Linking hunger to discrimination and social exclusion
  • UNITED NATIONS HABITAT (UN-HABITAT)
  1. Fighting discrimination by improving the living conditions of urban slum dwellers
  2. Cities as major actors in the fight against racism and discrimination
  • UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMME (UNEP)
  1. Resolving natural resource- induced conflicts
  2. Protecting the environmental rights of indigenous people and local communities
  • UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR REFUGEES (UNHCR)
  1. Tackling prejudice against refugees
  2. Protecting the rights of child refugees and internally displaced children
  • UNITED NATIONS WORLD TOURISM ORGANIZATION (UNWTO)
  1. Building bridges of tolerance across communities
  2. Impact of racism and prejudice on the tourism industry
  • INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION FOR MIGRATION (IOM)
  1. Discrimination and violence towards migrants
  2. Enhancing effective urban governance in the age of migration
  • JOINT UNITED NATIONS PROGRAMME ON HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS)
    1. Strengthening the rights of people living with HIV and AIDS
    2. Protecting all citizens from discrimination in employment
  • INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION (ICAO)
  1. Tackling discrimination and prejudice in air travel
  2. Impact of violent extremism on the airline industr
  • AFRICAN UNION (AU)
  1. The rise in ethnic clashes
  2. The role of parents and families in the fight against bias and discrimination
  • EUROPEAN UNION (EU)
  1. Fighting hate speech against migrants and refugees
  2. The resurgence of racist and xenophobic violence in public sphere
  • ECONOMIC COMMUNITY OF WEST AFRICAN STATES (ECOWAS)
  1. Educating local communities on hate crimes and diversity
  2. Engaging religious leaders in the fight against prejudice and discrimination
  • UNITED NATIONS ECONOMIC COMMUNITY FOR LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARRIBEAN (UNECLAC)
  1. Challenging the attitudes and behaviours that foster hatred
  2. Tackling poor educational environment for indigenous people
  • UNITED NATIONS ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMISSION FOR ASIA AND THE PACIFICS (UNESCAP)
  1. Curbing the attacks on religious and ethnic groups
  2. Tackling prejudice and promoting understanding among communities
  • ORGANIZATION OF ISLAMIC COOPERATION (OIC)
  1. Combatting defamation of religions
  2. Manifestation of intolerance and discrimination in matters of religion or belief
  • INTERNATIONAL PRESS COMMITTEE (IPC)
  1. Developing ethical principles for online media or journalism
  2. Addressing the rise of xenophobia in social media
  • SPECIAL COMIITTEE ON YOUTH ACTION AGAINST DISCRIMINATION (SCYAAD)
  1. Promoting dialogue, diversity, respect and tolerance among young people
  2. Building resilience to extremism among young people
  3. Protecting the rights of people with albinism

 

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