Article- day 2.

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Article- day 2.

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Today, 15th , there was the second day of PuszMUN. Delegates gathered together in their committees and have been working on their topics.
Delegates in ECOSOC Committee put a lot of effort to find a solution against illiteracy. The main topic in today’s conference was how to make education equally available to everyone. There was a huge dominance of the USA and Latvia delegations. Most members were unanimous so the discussion was enjoyable and interesting. Delegates wrote the resolution quickly and with ease.
There was also such a hard discussion in HR Committee. China got involved in writing the resolution so deliberations were quite long, difficult and detailed. Everyone in this committee thought in different ways so they needed to vote many times. Everyone was really concerned and focused during the discussion.
A similar situation occurred in UNICEF Committee. Participants’ involvement made everything exciting. All delegates willed to write a resolution and despite sharing different opinions about the topic, they came to a common conclusion. They were divided into two groups. One of them- including developing countries and the second one consisted of countries where the problem of child labor appears. Germany, India and the UK displayed large activity in this committee.
In Political Committee cooperation was pleasant due to Israel delegation and their big knowledge about the topic. The USA proved their creativity and wisdom by giving a lot of proposals. On the other hand, there were some difficulties caused by Canada which wasn’t willing to collaborate with others. The UK and China also had a relevant influence to write the resolution.
– Natalia Sembratowicz

Political Committee

How can the governments prevent the creation of unjust system of outer space control?


What can the UN do to ensure transparency in the apparel industry?


What actions can governments take to equalize everyone regarding education?


How can UN deal with the problem of child labour and protect the rights of children?