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In the world where the youth population is taking over, it is important to promote better morals and necessary equality around the globe. The four Draft Resolutions give careful consideration to the involvement in government:

Draft Resolution 1.1 calls upon the matter of humanitarian so as to put effort on eliminating discrimination and accepting different ideas. It also recognizes that media has a great

influence on society and further affects people's thoughts in many ways.

Draft Resolution 1.2 advocates education to promote the political involvement of youth and women as well as to stress on the value and the importance as the significant power of changing the world. Moreover, it points out that we should enact legislation to build the responsibility system.

Draft Resolution 1.3 explores the dimension of labor affairs. It points out that most factors which restrain women in working environment are referred as “gender friendly,� and fully believes that the youth is the potential leaders in the future, thus it is important to raise their interests in government participation.

Draft Resolution 1.4 recalls further the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action, and considers that the promotion and protection of human rights are matters of priority. The Conference affords a unique opportunity to carry out a comprehensive analysis of the international human rights system and of the machinery for the protection of human right.

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Better Jobs and Labor Compensation (Decreasing Hunger, Poverty, and Unemployment Rates) (SDG 1, 2, 10)

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Delegates re-examine the shortcomings of the existing United Nations counter-terrorism framework and ameliorate them to address the problems of lone wolf attacks. Both Draft Resolutions have reached a consensus that terrorism or extremism cannot and should not be associated with any religions, nations, cultures or races. At the beginning of the conference, the delegate of Azerbaijan and Nigeria address from their values and internal affairs that developed countries such as the United Kingdom should not dominate or intervene other countries; however, as the conference goes on, most delegates come to the conclusion that the lone wolf attack is indeed a transnational crime and needs to be dealt with by the cooperation of nations, regions and the international community. The delegate of the United Kingdom thinks that Draft Resolution 1.2 gives the consideration both to the long-term and short-term factors and proposes a more wellthought-out approach to enable countries to protect themselves and still balance the international power when facing the lone wolf attack.

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Delegates have two aspects toward the security of Internet information and the cyberspace sovereignty: Delegates of Benin and DPRK proclaim that the underlying principles of any further framework on information security and cybercrime would be based on the crucial points such as: a. Internet governance b. Sovereignty in cyberspace c. Non-intervention in domestic affairs While delegates of Canada and the United Kingdom believe that cybersecurity should be realized through effective means to prevent cybercrime: a. Improve the capacity and capability of government agencies, particularly law enforcement. b. Improve currently existed platforms and assist developing countries through technical assistance and capacity building. c. Establish a database storing cyberattack incidents for reference, and a 24/7 report system. Finally, the Draft Resolution 1.2 has the higher votes.

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Due to the declining fertility rate and rising life expectancy, almost every country in the world is experiencing an ageing population that affects all social structures, including labor and financial markets, demand for goods and services, and family structures. Most delegates have a consensus that population ageing is indeed inevitable, but how to achieve sustainable development or to develop multi-sectoral measures is crucial. Some delegates point out that it requires the assistance of the developed countries to balance the international community, with a view to reaching the sustainable achievement on education, economy, and the labor force; some focus on domestic needs, such as medical care, the plan of pension annuities, etc. The two Draft Resolutions advocate the same core values of improving the quality of human life and maintaining the dignity of life.

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mdsa9_liyi1070809 第一次參加模聯NTUMUN 我代表的是國際議會聯盟 幫助婦幼以及人權等議題 在這三天中,我看到很多也聽到很多 總結,英文真的很重要! 「就算我們不被這世界在乎,我們仍舊 在乎這世界!」

eagle163013 去年以觀察國的身分參與會議, 今年以志工的身分參加, 一樣的活動,不一樣的身分,體驗 著不一樣的事,這次的志工體驗, 讓我感受到一場會議的進行是如何的 不容易,從事前的籌備,準備,到會議當 天會議的進行,都是因著背後人員的努力, 才有了前台代表們的風光。

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Realjacxy I would like to state my gratitude to the New Taipei City for preparing this MUN, it's actually my first time this year and am already tempt to participate for all coming years during my stay in Taiwan.

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peishan_0310 第一次參加模聯一開始到那裡 還很緊張都沒有認識的,後來 過沒多久就認識了妳們♥觀察員 真的是最輕鬆的工作ヘ( ̄▽ ̄*) ノ這次也學到很多國際性議題, 跟妳們在一起的三天真的好好 玩希望下次還可以遇到妳們 (♡˙︶˙♡)

mao_jiahe 第一次參加模聯,我真的好緊 張,但是很好玩 遇到了好多哥哥姐姐們 明年我也要當代表😤 #NTCMUN

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weiii_730 Being a first MUNer but awarded BEST Position Paper. What an unexpected surprise and honor! People here are confident and good at English speaking. Knowing my weaknesses from many activities like this, I will never stop asking myself to be willing to experience everything new and keep improving myself at all times. Finally ,Thanks all hard-working organizers, honorable chairs, and distinguished delegates. Also my great partner Vivi!

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School List Addis Ababa University African Methodist Episcopal Zion University Ain Shams University Al-Azhar Islamic Senior High School 1 Anglo American School of St. Petersburg Ateneo de Davao University Bahria University Bandung Islamic University Bina Nusantara University Blue Crest University Bogor Agricultural University Bournemouth University Burnaby South Secondary School Carinthia University Chulalongkorn University Darussalam Gontor University Diponegoro University Dr. E. P. Scarlett High School Electronic Engineering Polytechnic Institute of Surabaya Eskisehir Osmangazi University Government Titumir Collage Indian Academy Degree College Institute of public administration and management IPAM International Islamic University International Islamic University Malaysia Islamic University of Indonesia Istanbul University Jagiellonian University Jahangirnagar University

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Kabul Polytechnic University Kairouan University Karadeniz Technical Üniversity Karelia University of Applied Sciences (Finland) Kelly Yang Project King's Way Christian High School Kobe City University of Foreign Studies Kwame Nkrumah University MES medical college Mongolian-Russian Joint School Moulay Ismail University National High School Jakarta Northern University of Malaysia NUST School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Padang State University Padjadjaran University PGRI University of Banyuwangi Pionneer High School Portuguese Catholic University Presbyterian College Presidency University Sant high school Sant school Sapienza University of Rome Sciences Po Grenoble Senior High School 1 Takalar Senior high school 2 bangkalan Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology Siliwangi Institute of Education Spectrum Community School St.John's University Starz College

State Islamic University State Polytechnic of Padang Stella Maris Polytechnic Telkom University The Primacy Collegiate Academy Tunisia High School Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent United Methodist University Universidad Autonoma de Santo Domingo Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México Universitas Diponegoro Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta Universitas Padjadjaran Universitas Sebelas Maret,Indonesia Université Larbi Ben M'hidi Universiti Utara Malaysia University Malang University of Santo Tomas University of Cape Coast University of Delhi University of education,winneba. University of Hassan II Casablanca University of Ibadan University of Liberia University Of Nigeria University of Padjadjaran University of Santo Tomas University Of St. La Salle University of the Philippines White Oaks Secondary School Woosong university Yogyakarta State University

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The End Now To Change. Make yoU New.

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2018 NTCMUN review  

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2018 NTCMUN review  

https://www.ntcmun.org

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