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Passed Resolutions - IDIA

Passed Resolutions - IDIA

10 UNHRC Resolution 1-5

10 UNHRC Resolution 1-5 The United Nations Human Rights Commission Recalling Security Council Resolutions 1714 (2006), 1679 (2006) 1627 (2005) and 1590 (2005), Recognizing the unfortunate recruitment of children in the Sudanese conflict, Expressing grave concern over the worsening refugee situation in Darfur, neighboring Chad and Central African Republic, and its destabilizing effect on the region, Affirming the sentiment of Resolution 1714 (2006), which sought to resolve the worsening situation in Darfur by increasing U.N. peacekeeping support, 1. Decides the death and displacement occurring in Darfur at the hands of the Janjaweed militia and other armed groups in southern Sudan to be a situation of genocide; 2. Disapproves of those groups who have not yet signed the Comprehensive Peace Agreement, the Darfur Peace Agreement, or the N’djanena Humanitarian Ceasefire Agreement for continuing to perpetuate this genocide; 3. Calls upon member states to contribute logistic, technological and monetary aid to the African Union (AU) mission in the Sudan (AMIS), stressing the dire need for monetary aid and training especially; 4. Asks the United Nations Security Council (SC) to change the mandate of the United Nations Mission in the Sudan (UNMIS) to that of an observational and monitoring force, delegating military operations to the AMIS; 5. Requests the Secretary-General to report to the Human Rights Commission on the implementation of the AMIS force and the situation in the Sudan; 6. Promotes the use of the International Criminal Court (ICC) to prosecute Darfur War Criminals which will: a. Punish those responsible for atrocities, b. Deter future atrocities via swift justice; 7. Decides to remain actively seized of the matter. Philadelphia Model United Nations 2007

11 UNICEF Resolution 1-1 The United Nations Children Fund Recalling the statement of the UN Secretary General, “If we can deliver on our commitments to enable every child to enjoy the right to childhood, health education, equality, and protection we can get it right for people of all ages,” as well as the Millennium Development Goals which hopes to provide access to education to all African children by 2015, Believing that the current education programs do not sufficiently address the special needs of these African countries, Reaffirming UNICEF’s commitment to achieve universal, compulsory, free education, Concerned about the million of uneducated children around the world, Taking into account the gravity of the home situation without the assistance of children, Recognizing the need to fulfill the Millennium Development Goals and uphold the rights of a child, Acknowledging the previous measures taken to increase the access to education, 1. Urges the implementation of the Food for Through Program within African Countries to provide meals for children who attend school; 2. Supports the creation of other incentives and measure to increase attendance such as: a. Creating scholarships for families who have financial difficulties, b. Expanding the School-Fee-Abolishment Initiative to eliminate funding issues, c. Offering a home-economic oriented class to serve as a transitional step in bringing education access to women; 3. Calls Upon developed countries, NGOs, and the World Bank to help provide funding for education goals and systems within nations; 4. Welcomes the establishment of Save Humanity Outreach Workshops (S.H.O.W.) that: a. Invites individuals from all communities and tribes within African nations to work with successful teachers, b. Educate and train these individuals to be able to teach their communities, c. Provide the materials necessary to teach their communities; 5. Recommends the establishment of the Coordinated Action Advisory Program (CAAP) that: a. Individual state governments must submit applications to Coordinated Action Advisory Program for a specific number of teachers, b. African teachers with the cultural background specific to the individual community will be embedded within in the community for a period of six months to one year, c. The qualified teachers will train and distribute resources to existing teachers and those in the community who express interest in learning, d. After the pre-determined period of training elapses, teachers must submit a written synopsis of the circumstances of the community so that UNICEF can appropriately distribute its limited resources; Philadelphia Model United Nations 2007

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