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Manama Model UN

Tuesday, May 27, 2014
Location: Gulf Hotel Manama, Manama, Bahrain


Date(s): May 27-29, 2014
Size: 500+
Registration Deadline: May 10, 2014
Conference (or School) Fees: n/a
Delegate (or Individual) Fees: 80 dollars per delegate and 165 dollars per chair/ co-chair


About the Conference

SThis will be the largest MUN conference in the MEA region.

Committees

GA 1 DISEC
1. Measures to Prevent Terrorists from Acquiring Weapons of Mass Destruction
2. Enhancing security along the Afghanistan-Pakistan Border
3. Effective actions towards the total elimination of nuclear weapons

GA 2 ECOFIN
1. Social and economic policies to foster employment opportunities for young people
2. Promoting Agricultural Development and Food Security
3. Financial Strategies to Limit Environmental Degradation

GA 3 SOCIAL, HUMANITARIAN AND CULTURAL
1. Measures to assist and ensure the safety of Syrian refugees and internally displaced persons
2. Promoting The Land Rights of Indigenous People
3. Combating the illicit trade of animals and animal products

GA 4 SPECIAL POLITICAL AND DECOLONIZATION
1. Developing and implementing strategies to support countries on their way to democracy
2. Exploitation of migrant workers
3. The question of indigenous peoples’ permanent sovereignty over natural resources

GA 5 ADMINISTRATION AND BUDGETARY
1. Empowering microfinance and local entrepreneurship programs
2. The question of a global financial transactions tax
3. Taking measures to facilitate the advancement of online criminal police investigation

GA 6 LEGAL
1. The question of therapeutic human cloning
2. The Status of Taiwan
3. Strengthening Legal Measures to Prevent Human Trafficking

ECOSOC - CSW
1. Promoting Women’s and Girls’ Access to Education, Training, Science and Technology
2. Economic Empowerment of Women
3. Addressing the Promotion of Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women in the Post-2015 Agenda

ECOSOC - WHO
1. Strengthening a Public Health Based Approach to Diseases Related to Drug Abuse
2. Strengthening Partnerships, Research, and Response Preparedness to Combat Pandemic and Resistant Diseases
3. Tackling the Emerging issues in water and infectious diseases

ECOSOC - COMMISSION ON NARCOTIC DRUGS
1. Addressing the Impact of the Global Trade in Opiates
2. Countering Money-Laundering and Promoting Judicial Cooperation to Enhance International Cooperation
3. Strengthening a Human Rights and Public Health Based Approach to Diseases Related to Drug Abuse

DISARMAMENT COMMISSION
1.The use of information and telecommunication technology in espionage and “cyber attacks
2. Addressing the economic, political, and social aspects of Foreign Military Bases
3.Regulation regarding the use of armaments and ammunitions containing depleted uranium

ENVIRONMENT COMMISSION
1. The question of a sustainable management of electronic waste
2. Improving drinking water availability and sanitation infrastructure
3. Promoting concept of Environmental Governance

ARAB LEAGUE
1. Gender Empowerment in Arab States
2. Arab Peace Initiative
3. Refugees and Displaced Persons in the Arab World

HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION
1. Enhancing the rights of stateless Palestinian refugees in neighboring countries
2. The Right to Adequate Housing and Protection from Forcible Evictions
3. Regulation of photojournalism of crime, abuse, and human suffering

UNITED NATIONS CHILDREN'S FUNDS
1. Preventing Child Mortality Through Immunization
2. Addressing the Situation of Child Soldiers
3. Equitable Access to Education for Children With Disabilities

PEACE-BUILDING COMMISSION
1. Responding to the Situation in the Central African Republic
2. Increasing Women’s Participation in Peacebuilding
3. Strategies for Rebuilding Critical Institutions in Post-Conflict Societies

EUROPEAN UNION
1. Question of the Status of the Euro
2. Cross-border Migration and Human Trafficking
3. The eurozone crisis

UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR REFUGEES
1. Advancing Emergency Response for Displaced Populations Affected By Conflict and Natural Disaster
2. Improving Public Health Systems for Refugees and Other Forcibly Displaced Persons
3. Providing Humanitarian Assistance to Refugees from and Internally Displaced Persons in Somalia

ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN STATES
1. The Approaches to and Methods of Combatting the Illegal Production, Consumption and Transportation of Drug
2. Fighting Government Corruption and Paramilitary Violence
3. Addressing Poverty Through Sustainable Development Initiatives

SPECIAL CONFERENCE ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
1. Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for Development
2. Global Job Creation for sustainable economic growth
3. Protection of global climate for present and future generations of humankind

SPECIAL CONFERENCE ON INTERNET, INFORMATION AND ESPIONAGE
1. Taking measures against violations of the human right to privacy by intelligence agencies
2. Securing intellectual property rights in an international frame
3. The advancement and spreading of information and communication technologies, especially the internet, for economic growth and development in LEDCs

SECURITY COUNCIL
1. Situation in Guinea Bissau
2. Question of Ukraine
3. Prohibiting the development, production, stockpiling and use of chemical weapons as well as facilitating their destruction

Contact Information

Ashwin Ramachandran

Manama
Manama, Manama 00000
Bahrain
ashwin34@hotmail.com
+97332338563

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