Keystone (SDA) – UNHCR – How Switzerland is Dealing with Refugees

Rastriya Samachar Smiti – GA PLEN – Silence for Loss.

As a landlocked nation, Nepal cannot fully understand how difficult it is to maintain the integrity of coastal cities, as the closest thing they have is river cities such as Pakalihawa. Unlike river cities, coastal cities contain access to large bodies of water, causing flooding and storm surges, damaging the city greatly by the loss

KYODO News- UNESCO- Japan’s Continuous Efforts to Aid Allies in Need

Different initiatives have been brought forward in history in attempts to attack the prevalent issue. Japan, in the past, has provided and engaged in the Water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) plan. Founded through the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), WASH fundamentally serves as an extensive review and aid program to nations worldwide that lack access

Jordan News Agency – GA 2 – Powering Our Economy

The shift from Fossil Fuels to renewable energy sources has been a tentative topic for multiple years. Because the threat of global warming worsens every year, the promotion of sustainable energy practices were discussed and debated at this year’s General Assembly 2. Renewable energy sources such as hydroelectricity, solar power, geothermal energy, etc… were considered

Deutsche Welle – UNICEF – The P.A.T.H.W.A.Y to A Greater STEM Education 

At the back of the UNICEF conference, two factions are debating the best way to pursue global access to higher education in STEM fields. Unlike other committees, the leaders of the two draft resolutions, P.A.T.H.W.A.Y and C.A.R.E.S, are in agreement. They understand that establishing access to STEM education for displaced children is paramount, not only

Australian Broadcasting Corporation – GA 3 – Feasible Food

Food insecurity and food shortage affect societies across the globe. These food shortages specifically hurt rural communities that do not have access to standard methods of obtaining food, which is second nature to us, such as grocery stores and farmers’ markets. It is essential to help secure food for these communities to decrease food deprivation,

Belarus News – UNHCR – Conflicts on International Refugees Response Escalates

The second day of the United Nations conference has begun with delegates diving straight into the rising demand for international guidelines and economic legislation regarding refugees. The UNHCR toils on how to economically support the influx of refugees. The Russian delegation strongly supported reinstating the SEARS plan while the Chinese delegate focused on involving more