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Comités 2015 - 2016

Voici les comités et sujets correspondants établis pour la conférence A année 2016. La délégation 2016 représentera cette année la République de Cuba. Les délégués de l'Université Laval siègeront sur les comités identifiés par un *.

 

General Assembly First Committee (GA1)*

  1. Cyber Security and Protecting against Cyber Warfare
  2. The Threat of Transnational Organized Crime to International Security
  3. Efforts to Control Weapons of Mass Destruction

General Assembly Second Committee (GA2)*

  1. Promoting Access to Renewable and Sustainable Energy for Poverty Reduction and Sustainable Development
  2. Financing for Development
  3. World Commodity Trends and Prospects

General Assembly Fourth Committee (GA4)*

  1. Comprehensive Review of Special Political Missions and the Future of UN Peacekeeping and Peace Operations
  2. Intensifying Cooperation in Outer Space to Preserve Peace and Security
  3. Improving the Situation of Non-Self-Governing Territories

UN Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development (Habitat III)*

  1. Building Resilient Cities to Promote Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction
  2. Realizing the Right to Adequate Shelter through the New Urban Agenda
  3. Inclusive Urbanization for the Promotion of Equality and Social Cohesion

 

Department of the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)

Commission on the Status of Women (CSW)*

  1. The Impact of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence on Reproductive Health
  2. Furthering Women’s Participation in and Access to Information and Communication Technologies
  3. Women’s Empowerment and the Link to Sustainable Development

Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC)*

  1. Social and Economic Development in Cities
  2. Guaranteeing Indigenous People’s Rights in Latin America and the Caribbean
  3. Promoting the Sustainable Use of Natural Resources

Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND)*

  1. Addressing Drug Trafficking and the Financing of Terrorism
  2. The Role of Civil Society in Addressing the World Drug Problem
  3. Evaluating the Impact of Global Narcotics Drug Control

 

Department of Development

United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)*

  1. Corruption and Environmental Governance
  2. Improving Sustainable Forest Management Practices
  3. Plastic Debris in the World’s Oceans

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)*

  1. Education for All: Strengthening Rural Education
  2. Promoting Women in Science
  3. Protecting World Heritage Sites against New and Emerging Threats

United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)*

  1. Agribusiness and Entrepreneurship Development for Poverty Reduction
  2. Promoting Resource-Efficient and Low-Carbon Industrial Production
  3. Mainstreaming Gender in Trade Capacity-Building Projects

United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)*

  1. Advancing Children’s Rights in the Digital Age
  2. Realizing the Rights of Indigenous Children
  3. Ending Child Marriage

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)*

  1. Enhancing South-South Cooperation
  2. Empowering Youth for Development
  3. Ensuring Women’s and Men’s Equal Participation in Democratic Governance and Peacebuilding

 

Department of Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs

Human Rights Council (HRC)*

  1. Effects of Terrorism on the Enjoyment of Human Rights
  2. Human Rights and Climate Change
  3. The Realization of Rights of Persons with Disabilities

World Food Programme (WFP)*

  1. Encouraging the Eradication of Hunger through Cooperation with the Farming Industry
  2. Improving Frameworks for the Supply of Food Aid
  3. Responding to Food Insecurity in Yemen

 

Department of Peace and Security

Programme of Action on Small Arms and Light Weapons Biennial Meeting of States (PoA SALW)*

  1. Measures to Increase National Reporting of Member States
  2. Incorporating Gender-Sensitive Approaches in the Implementation of the Programme of Action
  3. Adapting to Recent Developments in Small Arms and Light Weapons Technology