Muna2014

Next MUNA conference:
February 20, 21 & 22, 2018

A conference that cares

Chairs

Delegates

  • No student selected yet Saudi Arabia
  • No student selected yet Israel
  • No student selected yet Argentina
  • No student selected yet Peru
  • No student selected yet United Kingdom
  • No student selected yet Turkey
  • No student selected yet Qatar
  • No student selected yet Australia
  • No student selected yet Germany
  • No student selected yet Uruguay
  • No student selected yet Afghanistan
  • No student selected yet Venezuela
  • No student selected yet Indonesia
  • No student selected yet Haiti
  • No student selected yet Canada
  • No student selected yet Chile
  • No student selected yet Syria
  • No student selected yet Philippines
  • No student selected yet Russian Federation
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Economic and Social Council

The Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) serves as the central forum for discussing international economic and social issues. It is responsible for issues such as promoting higher standards of living and identifying solutions to international economic, social and health problems. The debate in ECOSOC follows the same procedure as is used in GA committees, so delegates will need to prepare policy statements and will have to bring resolutions to the conference. However, ECOSOC is not part of the General Assembly and will not join the General Assembly at MUNA on the third conference day. All the debates will take place in the committee and at the end of the conference the resolutions that have passed will be presented to the General Assembly in the form of recommendations.

FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

  • The question of enhancing sustainable tourism in developing countries

    There are no questions for this issue.

  • The question of developing long-term measures to tackle natural disasters

    There are no questions for this issue.

  • The question of combating money laundering and the financing of terrorism

    There are no questions for this issue.

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