COVID-19 CRISIS: CASE OF STUDY ON INTERNATIONAL FUNDING OF IGOS
Throughout the years there has been a worry regarding the current way in which the intergovernmental organizations are funded. Many question the instability that brings the organizations being heavily dependent on certain member states’ contributions and being limited with the large amounts of earmarked funding.
Certain actions taken during the COVID-19 crisis have brought the International Community to study and analyze the consequences and effects these methods of funding have in the Specialized Agencies.
As delegates of the Security Council, it is your duty to try and find the most effective and viable solutions to avoid harming the mission these agencies fulfill and allow them to continue their work without economic worry during and after the pandemic.
COVID-19 CRISIS: PRIVATION OF FREEDOMS AND RIGHTS
Freedom is one of the principals of our society; without it, our lives would be completely different from what we know now. Human Rights are the people’s protection against abuses and during the COVID-19 Crisis, State regulations have had questioning effects in people’s freedom.
This year in the Security Council we will discuss if the citizenship rights have been infringed and their reflection in our modern world. As delegates of the committee, you must find the balance between effective measures to control the virus and the rights and freedoms the people possess