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United Nations General Assembly

President: William Vázquez Hernández

Chair: Ana Mercado Garduño, Kiristen Luna Valladolid, Miguel Ángel López, Mauricio Villanueva Prado, Amely Muerza Salcedo


Topic A) Measures to prevent disagreements and warlike conflicts between the nations that border the Arctic Circle coming from the militarization and exploitation of natural resources as a consequence of climate change in the region of the Arctic

Topic B) Strategies to halt the violation of human rights to the Uyghur Muslim ethnic minority in the Xinjiang province in the region of the People’s Republic of China with emphasis on the concentration camps referred to as vocational education centers

Background and faculties:

Founded in 1945, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) granted a central position as head of deliberative, policymaking and representative organ of the United Nations (UN) to give a response to political, economical, humanitarian and legal affairs on a global basis. Working under the articles on the Charter of the United Nations, the 193 Member States that constitute the Assembly collaborate on a forum of multilateral discussion regarding a wide spectrum of international concerns. Furthermore, the UNGA reviews current issues in the course of high-level thematic debates which guide a series of consultations on factual topics towards the implementation of new resolutions in cases that menaces peace, neglects peace or acts of aggression. The Assembly has set up six Main Committees that work along with it under the agenda objectives to endorse resolutions to consider and put in force. 

The United Nations General Assembly taking note on any issue that jeopardizes the agenda’s objectives to maintain world peace, gives a clearer and effective solution by:  

  • Examine and ratify the UN’s budget and financial appraisal of each Member State; 

  • Take note and endorse on the general principles of cooperation for maintaining international peace and security, including disarmament; and on any inquiries within the scope of the Charter or acting on the powers and functions of any organ of the United Nations;

  • Implement studies to foster international political collaboration, the development and codification of international law, the accomplishment of human rights and elemental freedoms and cooperation in the economic, social, humanitarian, cultural, educational and health sectors; 

  • Inspect and consider documents from the Security Council and other United Nations organs. 

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