Junior General Assembly
Issue #1: Financing of Terrorism
Terrorism has been on the rise recently in the U.S. as well as around the world. Terrorist organizations such as Al-Qaeda and ISIS have killed thousands of innocent civilians combined. An important issue worth discussing is their financial source, because in order to win the war against terrorism we need to identify their financial source and cut it off. This will cause terrorists to run out of resources and basic necessities.
Issue #2: Regulating Refugees Flows: International and National Financial Support
In the midst of the Syrian Civil War, a wave of refugees are escaping the war zone and heading to Europe. Despite managing to survive a dangerous boat ride to different European cities, refugees are severely lacking financial support by the international organizations as well as the countries they escaped to. A solution must be found in order to ensure the financial security of thousands of Syrian refugees around Europe.
Issue #3: Preventing Future Acts of Child Labour
Children all around the world, most notably Africans, have been used as labor forces for employers rather than going to school. This issue has damaged the development of many countries, mainly due to their children’s inability to read or write. Programs, such as the building of more schools within districts known for child labor, must be established in order to ensure a safe future for the next generation.