UNCTAD

The United Nations conference on Trade And Development is a permanent inter-governmental body founded in 1964 by the United Nations General Assembly. It is being directed by its headquarter located in Geneva, Switzerland and has active offices in New York, United States of America and Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

UNCTAD is a part of the UN Secretariat and directly reports to the General Assembly and the Economic and Social Council. Even though the body has the responsibility to report to the GA and ECOSOC, it still has its own directorate and budget meaning that has the right to make decisions of its own.

Agenda Items: 1) Contributing to the effective implementations of the priorities agreed in the Vienna Programme of Action on Landlocked Developing Countries (LLDCs)
2) Developing the Global BioTrade Programme
 

JCC : IRAN-IRAQ WAR

Iran-Iraq War, (1980–88), prolonged military conflict between Iran and Iraq during the 1980s. Open warfare began on September 22, 1980, when Iraqi armed forces invaded western Iran along the countries’ joint border, though Iraq claimed that the war had begun earlier that month, on September 4, when Iran shelled a number of border posts. Fighting was ended by a 1988 cease-fire, though the resumption of normal diplomatic relations and the withdrawal of troops did not take place until the signing of a formal peace agreement on August 16, 1990.

G20

The Group of Twenty is a global forum consisting of heads of states and central bank governors from nineteen countries and the European Union aiming to promote international financial stability. Jointly, the G20 economies account for around 90% of GWP (Gross World Production), 80% of global trade, 2/3 of the world population and approximately 1/2 of the world land era.

Agenda Items: 1) Efforts upon the Liberalization of Internet Usage
2)Contributing to the Decarbonization of the Energy Grid
3) Cryptocurrency Regulations


City Council of Paris

The concept of “City Council” is a new form of a committee planned and developed with the cooperation by the Secretariat of Izmir Institute of Technology Model United Nations Conference (MUNIYTE) and the Executive Board of Camlaraltı Model United Nations. The procedure of the committee will be explained on the study guide.

“Conseil de Paris” consists of 163 seats distributed by; PS with 55 seats, LR with 55 seats, Ecological Group of Paris with 16 seats, Centre Union Group with 15 seats, PCF with 13 seats, Centre-Left and Independents group of Paris with 6 seats and unregistered councilors with 3 seats. In this session of MUNIYTE the council will be debating upon;

Possible solutions for the
Gilets Jaunes Movement
Effectiveness President Mocron’s reconstruction plan for Notre-Dame Cathedral