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Global Goals Model United Nations 3.0

Committee Topics

 

Global Goals MUN 3.0 will provide 8 forums according to 8 of 17 points of Global Goals. Each forum has two interesting topics, topic A and topic B that will be discussed on the conference. Each delegate may choose only one forum to attend.

GLOBAL GOALS 1: NO POVERTY

Topic:

  • Global strategies in eradicating poverty
  • The role developed countries play in reducing global poverty

Overview:

Over 1.3 billion people in this world live in extreme poverty and more than a staggering 3 billion people live with less than $2.50 a day. While creating a world with no poverty is a target we have not been able to accomplish yet, it is incumbent that we continue laying the foundation for this to happen.

GLOBAL GOALS 2: ZERO HUNGER

Topic:

  • Combatting hunger in conflict
  • Improving Frameworks for the Supply of Food
  • Genetically modified crops

Overview:

Malnutrition, starvation and deaths resulting from hunger have been on the rise over the past few decades. It is essential that we understand how food should be grown, shared and consumed if we are to head up the highway of nourishing the 815 million people suffering from hunger.

GLOBAL GOALS 3: GOOD HEALTH AND WELL BEING

Topic:

  • The threat Antibiotic Resistance has caused
  • Strengthening of Global Resilience against Outbreaks and Epidemics

Overview:

“Health is wealth.” During the past decade and half, we have been able to cut down childhood deaths by almost half. All this suggests is that if we continue to keep our focus on promoting healthy lifestyles, preventive measures and modern, efficient healthcare a huge difference could be made.

GLOBAL GOALS 4: QUALITY EDUCATION

Topic:

  • Usage of education to prevent
  • Education of refugee children and those affected in conflict zones

Overview:

One of the primary keys to succeeding well in life is a proper education with the necessary infrastructure. Bearing in mind that quality education is considered a human right and a public good, literacy rates across developing regions have continued to be on the rise making all the difference.

GLOBAL GOALS 5: GENDER EQUALITY

Topic:

  • Empowerment of rural
  • Ending Global Violence Against Women and Girls

Overview:

Gender equality has been a very heated topic nowadays and as much as we have not been able to achieve complete gender equality, progress has been made. This is not only a fundamental human right, but a necessary foundation for a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable world.

GLOBAL GOALS 6: CLEAN WATER AND SANITATION

Topic:

  • Protecting the World’s Oceans, Seas and Marine
  • Equitable Access to Safe Drinking Water as a Human Right

Overview:

There is sufficient fresh water across the world for everyone yet 3 out of 10 people lack access to safely managed drinking water services. Understanding distribution of water, management of water bodies, purification processes and sanitation practices are key to this goal.

GLOBAL GOALS 7 (08): DECENT WORK AND ECONOMIC GROWTH

Topic:

  • Ensuring Access to Affordable, Reliable, Sustainable, and Modern Energy for all
  • The role of urbanisation

Overview:

According to the International Labour Organization, more than 204 million people were unemployed in 2015. As the global economy continues to prosper, we are witnessing a slower growth, widening inequalities, and not enough jobs to keep up with a growing labour force.

GLOBAL GOALS 8 (13): Climate Action

Topic:

  • Increasing Access to Renewable
  • Sustainable energy consumption

Overview:

There is no country in the world that is not experiencing first-hand the drastic effects of climate change! One would agree that we have been witnessing drastic changes in the climate as we see global temperatures and greenhouse gases rise, islands submerge and sea levels rise. It’s time to make a change.