LARSSMUN 2020 CONFERENCE SCHEDULE
February 12, 2020
CODE OF CONDUCT LARSSMUN 2020
February 12, 2020
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LARSSMUN 2020 COMMITTEES & TOPIC

  • GENERAL ASSEMBLY
  1. Youth as the untapped resources in the achievement of the SGDs
  2. Promoting sustainable development that leaves no one behind

 

  • SECURITY COUNCIL
  1. Strengthening universal peace and security through sustainable development
  2. Combating the growing threat from extremist ideologies
  • Engaging youth in the fight against internet-related extremism, radicalization and domestic terrorism

 

  • ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL (ECOSOC)
  1. Promoting economic growth and prosperity in the developing world
  2. Strengthening domestic resource mobilization by boosting rural economic activities and incomes

 

  • HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION (HRC)
  1. Sustainable development as a powerful tool for the realization of all human rights
  2. Addressing hate speech, online harassment, misinformation and disinformation

 

  • UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (UNDP)
  1. Fostering youth inclusion in the implementation of the SDGs
  2. Partnering with the private sector, civil society and citizens in achieving the sustainable development goals

 

  • UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGANISATION (UNESCO)
  1. Ensuring equal access to education and vocational training to persons with disabilities
  2. Integrating culture into the international development policies

 

  • UNITED NATIONS CHILDREN FUND (UNICEF)
  1. Reducing maternal mortality and ending preventable child deaths
  2. Ensuring equal access to all levels of education and vocational training to children in vulnerable situations

 

  • WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION (WHO)
  1. Ensuring universal and equitable access to safe, affordable drinking water, sanitation and hygiene for all
  2. Preventing and treatment of narcotic drug abuse and harmful use of alcohol

 

  • FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL ORGANISATION (FAO)
  1. Leaving no one behind in the fight against hunger
  2. Providing support for small farmers and rural communities in achieving the sustainable development goals

 

  • COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN (CSW)
  1. Eliminating all harmful practices such as child, early and forced marriage and female genital mutilation
  2. Enhancing the use of enabling technologies, in particular ICT, to promote women empowerment

 

  • UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMME (UNEP)
  1. Taking urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts
  2. Promoting recycling, cleaner production technologies and more sustainable consumption patterns

 

  • UNITED NATIONS FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE (UNFCCC)
  1. Promoting the active participation of African youth in weather and climate change issues
  2. Incorporating climate impacts in our educational curricula

 

  • UNITED NATIONS POPULATION FUND (UNFPA)
  1. Eliminating all forms of violence against women and girls in public and private spheres
  2. Paying greater attention to the hygiene of women and girls, and those in vulnerable situations

 

  • UNITED NATIONS OFFICE ON DRUGS AND CRIME (UNODC)
  1. Promote rule of law and equal access to justice
  2. Combating corruption at all levels and in all its forms

 

  • WORLD METEROLOGICAL ORGANISATION (WMO)
  1. Giving early warnings on severe weather, air quality to save lives and support sustainable development
  2. Inspiring young people to engage in climate discussions

 

  • UNITED NATIONS INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION (UNIDO)
  1. Ensuring sustainable consumption and production patterns
  2. Eliminating dumping and minimizing the release of hazardous chemicals and materials

 

  • INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION (ITU)
  1. Impact of emerging and destructive technologies on sustainable development
  2. ICT as a key driver in improving educational and economic prospects

 

 

  • ECONOMIC COMMUNITY OF WEST AFRICAN STATES (ECOWAS)
  1. Taking advantage of local government’s proximity to the population and the grassroots in achieving the SDGs
  2. Strengthening the participation of local communities in improving water and sanitation management

 

 

  • AFRICAN UNION (AU)
  1. Identifying strategies to achieve the sustainable development goals in Africa
  2. Eradicating poverty through youth enterprise and entrepreneurship

 

  • EUROPEAN UNION (EU)
  1. Providing developing countries with affordable essential medicines and vaccines
  2. Promoting international cooperation for teacher training in developing countries

 

  • INTERNAIONAL LABOUR ORGANISATION (ILO)
  1. Promoting decent job creation, entrepreneurship, creativity and innovation
  2. Ensuring safe and healthy workplaces for all women and men

 

  • AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK (AfDB)
  1. Supporting domestic technology development, research and innovation in Africa
  2. Promoting youth innovation in the achievement of the SDGs

 

  • WORLD BANK GROUP (WBG)
  1. Increasing the access of small-scale industries and enterprises to financial services
  2. Implementing policies for poverty eradication and sustainable development

 

  • INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANISATION (IMO)
  1. Conserving and sustainably using the oceans, seas, marine resources for sustainable development
  2. Impact of rising sea levels and flooding on coastal communities

 

  • SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON YOUTH ACTION ON THE SDGS (SCOYAS)
  1. The role of youth in localizing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  2. Ensuring young people’s rights to participate in decisions that affect their lives

 

  • INTERNATIONAL PRESS COMMITTEE (IPC)
  1. Raising public awareness on the SDGs through education, communication, interaction, advocacy and capacity-building
  2. Recognizing the transformative power of the information and communication technology in the implementation of the SDGs

 

  • UNITED NATIONS WORLD TOURISM ORGANISATION (UNWTO)
  1. Tourism as one of the driving forces of global economic growth
  2. Engaging youth in promoting sustainable tourism in Africa

 

  • INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANISATION (ICAO)
  1. Addressing the impacts of noise and local air output around airports
  2. Strengthening the resilience of the aviation infrastructure to natural disasters

 

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