The ECOSOC issues for AISMUN 2018 are:
Issue #1: The question of providing direct aid in the form of economic support, expertise based guidance on long-term decision making or on-hand support to the city of Mosul.
The now liberated city of Mosul has suffered significant collateral damage during the battle of Mosul resulting in the destruction of countries homes and public structures. It is not a doubt that at this time the city of Mosul is experiencing significant economic burdens and is struggling to rebuild after the ISIS conflict as a large portion of its funds were directed to its military to liberate itself from muslim extremist control. With Mosul’s need for aid developed countries and neighboring countries should provide direct aid to Iraq in the form of monetary or advisory support as it ridded the region of a extremist hive which would have caused significant conflict to neighboring countries.
Issue #2: The question of allocating certain regions within relevant countries where housing and public services can be provided to refugees in order to prevent an influx of economically burdened victims of war from flooding the urban regions causing conflicts between the current population and the relevant refugees.
During times of extreme crisis and conflict refugees flee from conflicted regions to areas that are more stable leaving behind their homes, memories and sometimes family to survive, it is unfortunate that because of this these individuals enter foreign countries and struggle to find an occupation and live off of the countries public services causing economic burdens to be inflicted unto the country moreover, these individuals enter these foreign regions and notice significant cultural differences and then use their host countries democracy against in changing the host country's laws to better suit their needs and cultures which are the same cultures which caused crisis and conflict in the beginning. With the proposition of pushing forth the creation of temporary housing for these individuals at their home country the host country would spend less money on this temporary shelter than it would spend fixing its economy in the aftermath. Another benefit of housing the refugees at their home country is that they are able to return to their homes when the crisis is over if they are able to thus preserving their nationality and nationalism.
Issue #3: The question of implicating a system where MEDC's are allocated one or two LEDC's to be responsible for in terms of aiding them in long term development and providing them with protection from organized terror groups in exchange for natural resources or favorable foreign investment within the LEDC's.
These days there resides a new world order, the UN. With the United Nations MEDCS basically have the ability to control the world and path the way for LDCS in the way which benefits them the most, it is a new form of imperialism without the benefits imperialism had. therefore the proposition of allocating each MEDC of which there are 39, one or two LDC’S of which there are 47 to aid and guide to develop rises, with this proposal LDCS will have a host country to help them develop in a type of mandate system where a country is guided into development in exchange for natural resources until it is sufficiently economically developed. During this time the mother country is also responsible for protecting the LDC’S local population from radical groups and terrorist organizations as well as organized crime in accordance to the LDC, so the MEDC does not only leech from the resources of the LDC but actually aids it and supports it to succeed.