ECOSOC

March 22, 2018

Sustainability is one of the most talked but least understood word

The first chapter of the ample book, by its name BISMUN, has just begun with a quite tensioned atmosphere at the ECOSOC committee. The delegates proved to be very active when it came to sharing the opinion of the countries which they are representing. The positions presented during the morning session were various. We heard […]

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March 26, 2017

Writing Paper Finalisation At ECOSOC

The final day of committee sessions at the ECOSOC Committee started with an unmoderated caucus, where the delegation of France presented their Working Paper to the other delegations; then the delegates debated on whether stricter regulations should be implemented or not. The delegation of the USA firmly opposed to it, but Czech Republic agreed with […]

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March 25, 2017

BREAKING NEWS: Draft Resolution passed in ECOSOC tackles the issue of Immigration

The first draft resolution of this year’s BISMUN edition was released by the ECOSOC Committee, on the topic of “Integration of the First Generation Immigrants”. The draft was proposed by the delegate of the Czech Republic after the discussions in the Committee were dedicated to clarifications about the migrants and the hosting countries needs. After […]

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March 25, 2017

ECOSOC Committee is as busy as a bee

Once settled with the voting procedure for the previous topic on the first generation immigration, debates continued with the topic concentrated on the creation of robust international economic coordination systems so as to mitigate adverse spillover effects of advanced nations’ monetary policies. The discussion fixed attention on the UMPs (unconventional monetary policies) which led to […]

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March 24, 2017

Special guest at ECOSOC Mr. Mircea Mocanu – Director of IOM Romania

  On the second day of the Committee sessions we had a special guest at BISMUN. The ECOSOC Committee had the pleasure to listen to the Director of IOM Romania, Mr. Mircea Mocanu, who was very generous in giving wide information on the topic of Migration and also to encourage the youth, the one that […]

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March 24, 2017

Draft Resolution in ECOSOC, on the topic of First Generation Immigrants

In this second day of ECOSOC the delegates concentrated their stamina and creativity into putting together all convictions regarding the topic of 1st generation immigration to form a final resolution. The delegate of Chile made a powerful comment earlier this day, which was an authentic game changer, stating that offering larger recognition for diplomas and qualifications for […]

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March 23, 2017

The arising crisis of immigration

The first day of debates has brought together numerous countries trying to tackle the problem of first generation immigration, offering the understanding and acceptance towards current situation as a main solution. “Can an immigrant integrate fully in the society?” This is a question that crossed the mind of many, but only admirably addressed by the […]

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March 23, 2017

Heated atmosphere at ECOSOC

“Sunny day outside and warm atmosphere inside” would describe the best the first chapter of the ample book by its name BISMUN. However, at the beginning of the first session, the atmosphere at the ECOSOC felt quite tensioned. The delegation of Pakistan declared that “not all delegates are well prepared on the economical topic”, which […]

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March 27, 2016

Press statement of Jason Southcott, Chairperson of ECOSOC

Yesterday, 26th of March, Jason Southcott, Chair in ECOSOC, stated: “The ECOSOC committee has been putting its full efforts into resolving the refugee crisis across the world. Originally the topic was too big so they decided to split it into 2 categories: topic A: “Dealing with refugees in Middle East and North Africa and their […]

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March 27, 2016

ECOSOC – Submitting a Resolution draft and waiting for the results

The afternoon committee started with a motion about a date proposal by the delegate of Mauritania for the delegate of Zimbabwe which got to voting procedure and passed with 34 votes for and one against, from Zimbabwe. Getting back to serious matters, the delegates started the afternoon session with an unmoderated caucus on the list […]

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