Registration Requirement for Participation at LARSSMUN Conference 2015
July 29, 2015
CODE OF CONDUCT For LARSSMUN 2015
July 29, 2015
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LARSSMUN 2015 Committees and Topics

General Assembly (GA)

  1. Learning to live together
  2. Responsible global citizenship

Security Council (SC)

  1. ISIS and youth recruitment:  A threat to Global Security
  2. Proliferation of small arms and light weapons

Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)

  1. Empowering youth as change agents
  2. Economic implications of violent crimes

Commission on Sustainable Development (CSD)

  1. Promoting sustainable lifestyles and consumption patterns
  2. Engaging young people in Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Human Rights Council (HRC)

  1. Combating hatred, prejudice, intolerance and stereotypes
  2. Education for human rights

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

  1. Tackling the reasons behind the spread of extremist ideologies and youth recruitment
  2. Poverty as a contributing factor in violence

Commission on Status Of Women (CSW)

  1. Eliminating violence against young women
  2. Role of women in promoting responsible citizenship

United Nations Populations Fund (UNFPA)

  1.  Engaging women and youth in productive activities
  2.  Raising greater community awareness on gender based violence

United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP)

  1. Creating an environmental friendly culture
  2. Pipeline vandalism and the future of today’s youth

Food And Agricultural Organisation (FAO)

  1. Achieving sustainable peace through youth participation in agriculture
  2. Food insecurity as a source of grievance

World Bank Group (WBG)

  1. Role of youth in a fast changing world
  2. Promoting good governance, human and social development

World Health Organisation (WHO)

  1. Protecting water resources through hygiene and sanitation
  2. Respect for the health rights of others

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO)

  1. Making responsible citizenship education a priority
  2. Promoting youth participation in democratic governance

United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF)

  1. Securing the rights of children through environmental sustainability
  2. Establishing peace education in basic education curriculum

United Nations Office For Drugs And Crime (UNODC)

  1. Challenges of religious intolerance and ethnic conflict
  2. Confronting the ideology of radical extremism

United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO)

  1. Development of affordable clean technologies
  2. Reuse and recycling of industrial waste

United Nations Alliance Of Civilization (UNAOC)

  1. Fighting hate messages through cross cultural education
  2. Advocating non-violent solutions to conflict

International Labour Organisation (ILO)

  1. Tackling youth radicalism through job creation
  2. Skills training as a means to achieving decent job

African Union (AU)

  1. Insecurity as a threat to development in sub-Saharan Africa
  2. Youth empowerment as the best counterterrorism investment

Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)

  1. Tackling of incitements to ethnic or racial hatred
  2. Promoting dialogues among parties in conflict

European Union (EU)

  1. Eradicating racial discrimination and incitement to racial hatred
  2. Tackling bullying and cyber crime

International Press Committee (IPC)

  1. Social media as agents of hate messages and crimes
  2. Role of media in promoting responsible citizenship

Special Committee On Youth Responsibilities (SCOYRE)

  1. The role of youth in promoting peace and tolerance
  2. Promoting safe and responsible digital citizenship

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