Issue on the agenda can be seen below. The research reports for MSMUNQ 2020 are breaking new ground and will be in the form of a multimedia presentation which will help guide young delegates to a richer and deeper understanding of the issues on the agenda.
Our student executive team is also pleased to share a delegate preparation guide to help young delegates navigate their way into learning how to analyse, research and think critically about the issues on the agenda from the perspective of their assigned delegations.
MSMUNQ aims to build education for advocacy, and each committee will be encouraged to engage in a service activity relating to the Sustainable Development Goal, which will take place on the second half of the second day of the conference from 12:00-16:00 Saturday 28th of March 2020.
To see last year’s issues and committees please see this link. MSMUNQ Issues 2019
MSMUNQ 2020 will Continue on its ground breaking new system of incorporating school based community action in service of the Sustainable Development Goals. This conference will be themed around the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and each committee will be centred around a particular SDG. This year, Research reports are multimedia- please see the introduction and background information in the videos below. The final written Research reports will be published Feb 2nd 2020.
|SDG||Issue #1||Issue #2|
|1||The issue of combating malnutrition amongst children in LEDCs||Measures to tackle the rising challenge of overpopulation in LEDCs through literacy|
|2||Measures to address the nutritional needs of adolescent girls, pregnant and lactating women||Measures to seek sustainable food production systems and implement resilient agricultural practices that increase productivity|
|3||Measures to eradicate the manufacture and trafficking of counterfeit medicines||Measures to implement effective Rehabilitation of Substance Abuse Sufferers|
|4||Measures to ensure all girls and boys have access to quality early childhood development and pre primary education||Measures to build and upgrade education facilities that are child, disability and gender sensitive and provide safe, non-violent, inclusive and effective learning environments for all|
|5||Measures to ensure equal pay and employment opportunities for women in the workplace||Measures to ensure equal leadership opportunities for women at all levels of decision-making in political, economical, and public life|
|6||Measures to combat the spread of drought and desertification||The issue of untreated wastewater into waterways|
|8||Measures to combat extreme poverty through providing decent work for all||Issue of economic decline due to the 2008 crash|
|10||Measures to provide access to primary education for refugees||Measures to reduce inequalities between rural and urban areas|
|13||the issue of Human impact on greenhouse gases in the atmosphere||The question of the viability and influence of renewable energy in urban settings|
|14||Reducing marine pollution as a result of the extraction and burning of fossil fuels||Conserve and restore freshwater Ecosystems|
|15||Measures to limit deforestation due to industrailaized livestock agriculture for production||Measures to end poaching and trafficking of protected species of flora and fauna addressing both the demand and supply of illegal wildlife products|
|16||The issue of armed violence and insecurity in African Nations||Measures to promote the rule of law and human rights|