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Social, Cultural and Humanitarian SOCHUM — GA3

GROUP: GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Topic A: Finding solutions to anti-insurrectional development, especially considering the widespread proliferation of purpose-built capital cities, especially considering Egypt.

Topic B: Safeguarding Childhood: Combating child labour and enabling universal quality education standards, worldwide.

 

Overview

Topics

Topic A

Finding solutions to anti-insurrectional development, especially considering the widespread proliferation of purpose-built capital cities, especially considering Egypt.

Topic B

Safeguarding Childhood: Combating child labour and enabling universal quality education standards, worldwide.

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Topic Descriptions

Topic A

The challenge of anti-insurrectional development, particularly in the context of purpose-built capital cities like Egypt's new administrative capital, requires a nuanced approach. These projects often aim to address various urban challenges but can be controversial, especially when considering their socio-political implications. The development of such cities needs to be balanced with inclusive urban planning, ensuring that they do not exacerbate existing inequalities or lead to further social and political tensions. This requires a careful consideration of the needs and aspirations of all stakeholders involved.

Topic B

This topic confronts the dual challenges of child labor and the lack of universal access to quality education. Millions of children worldwide are denied their right to education due to economic exploitation and inadequate educational infrastructure. The discussion aims to catalyze global action towards eradicating child labor and establishing universal education standards. This entails not only legislative measures but also international cooperation to address underlying socioeconomic factors, invest in educational infrastructures, and implement policies that ensure every child has access to quality education, regardless of their background.

Chairpersons

Aronovici Radu (he/him)

Diana Cernat (she/her)

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