‘No Countries Should Deny their Roots’: Indigenous People Fight for their Rights
By: Alexa Gail L. Rojas and Vishal Kumar, AFP
“The rights of indigenous people are supported by the articles of UNDRIP,” said the delegate of Liechtenstein. “Indigenous people are free and equal to all other people and have the right to be free from any kind of discrimination,”
CHILDREN NEED HELP: Innocent children as victims of Human Trafficking
By: Alzel Laguardia and Amadis Triazora, CNN
UNODC representatives plan to collaborate with UNWomen to present action plan on alleviating the vulnerability of children around the world who are being involved in Illegal drugs and Human trafficking.
Relocation System and The Violations Against Refugees
By: Joko Supriyanto, NHK World Japan
Many refugees cannot go home because of continued conflict, wars and persecution. Many also live in perilous situations or have specific needs that cannot be addressed in the country where they have sought protection. In such circumstances, UNHCR helps resettle refugees to a third country.
UNWTO Recommends Programs and Guidelines for Sustainable Tourism
By: New York Times
The United Nation World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). On the recently concluded committee session organized by the Asia World Model United Nation (AWMUN) III with the theme, “Measure to Ensure Sustainable and Environmentally Sustainable Tourism”.
Aiming Women Participation, UN Women Builds Solutions.
The hot unmoderated caucus regarding the topic “Participation of Women in Political, Economical, and Technological Sector” finally comes to a draft resolution which is sponsored by representative of Somalia and representative of Portugal. There are 21 countries representation as the signatories.
IMF Conditionality on Loans: More Harm Than Good?
By: Russia Today
The International Monetary Fund would likely tighten than ease policies to reduce debt burdens of member states in a fair and growth-friendly way. To ensure that conditionality on loans of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) does more harm than good to the global and economic system,
A Sense of an Ending – The OIC Council Mulls Over Working Papers to Reach a Final Conclusion
By: Xinhua News
The small conference room housed at the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Centre brings us back to the delegates of the OIC (Organization of Islamic Cooperation) trying to find a solution that best fits all affected countries amidst the refugee crisis based on the proposed working papers.