ECOSOC

March 27, 2016

ECOSOC HAS A PROMISING MORNING SESSION

Today will be a very important day at ECOSOC Committee at 2016 BISMUN Conference. The delegates will have a very difficult mission. The debaters still haven’t finished discussing Topic A “Regulating refugee flows: International and National Financial Support” and we don’t have to forget that they have to proceed to Topic B “Developing a coherent […]

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March 26, 2016

ECOSOC – MORNING SESSION STARTS WITH NEW FORCES

Today is an important day for the BISMUN Conference. It is the time when the debaters have to advance with the disscusions in order to reach at least some kind of consensus. Delegates are a little bit sleepy but they are trying to increase their shape and reach good results in terms of common solutions for the issues […]

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March 26, 2016

ECOSOC – Financial aid- essential in managing the situation of the refugees

This afternoon gave us a very fruitful debate in the ECOSOC. The session started with an unmoderated caucus on topic A, Regulating refugees flow: International and national financial aid support. The delegates started the discussion by stating their position upon the importance of creating criteria for accepting the refugees in the countries which accept them. […]

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March 25, 2016

Press Statement – Vlad Dragus, Chairperson of the ECOSOC Committee

We believe that ECOSOC Committee was today (24.03.2016) very productive. The discussions had many topics regarding general topic. All we can hope that the parts will came to a agreement towards a common solution to the financial regulating. As we know the financial part was always a problem in the UN and some countries are […]

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March 25, 2016

A New Day: Morning Session in ECOSOC

The morning session continues the debates from the Day I. The delegates share their hope for collaboration on the refugee crisis issue. The main idea of the debate is that all the delegates show their interest to cooperate in order to discover a efficient solutions for the refugee crisis issue. The debaters discuss very hard […]

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March 25, 2016

Debates&Motions @SOCHUM

The second half of the day at the SOCHUM committee revolved around the common accepted definitions of the previous terms – political prisoners and prisoners of conscience. The delegates were keen on the unmoderated caucus, spending several minutes freely discussing the already mentioned concepts and in many cases, asking for extensions in the necessary situations, […]

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March 25, 2016

In favor or against the policy of “Open Borders”

After the break, here, in ECOSOC, the delegates seem to be even more engaged on the topic than they were in the first session. The debate started from where they were left in the morning. First to express the position of the country was the delegate of Morocco, whom was followed by the delegates of […]

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March 24, 2016

ECOSOC Committee Morning Session – Day I

The Economic and Social Committee morning session started this morning with a Mock Session with the participation of the chairpersons Jason Southcott, Vlad Dragus and a Minister of Foreign Affairs delegate. The speakers are truly hopeful that this session will be a productive one. Mainly, the mock Session discussion was based on the debate regarding […]

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March 29, 2015

Gossip all the way!

ECOSOC United Arab Emirates is taking about the “empowerment of women”. On which side is she? Our chair looks like a really nice indian guy. Italy and USA were really enjoying their punishment. The delegate of Brazil is extremely pretty and I like the way she speaks! Our Chairs: extremely HOT and extremely CUTE. Guess […]

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March 29, 2015

Iran, ECOSOC – Press Statement

“The delegate of Iran would like to address some events that happened in the ECOSOC committee. We discussed some important issues regarding both topics and we can say that we are pleased with the results. But I cannot ignore the fact that strange things happened in the past three days. We had repetitive speeches, with […]

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