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Venue: Taylor’s University College, Taylor’s Lakeside Campus
Date: 30th, 31st of July and 1st of August 2010
Days: Friday, Saturday and Sunday

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The Chairs for the respective committees are as such:

Chairs and Deputy Chairs List:
Special Political and Decolonization Committee (SPECPOL) – Chair – Rick Harting
Special Political and Decolonization Committee (SPECPOL) – Dep. Chair – Oh Yea Ji

Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) – Chair – Junichi Fukuoka
Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) – Dep. Chair – James Benedict Yap

Security Council (SC) – Chair – Joshua Yip
Security Council (SC) – Dep. Chair – Rafia Miah

Committees and Topics:
Special Political and Decolonization Committee (SPECPOL)
As the Fourth Committee of the General Assembly, the Committee on Special Political and Decolonization affairs (SPECPOL) is open to every member and observer at the United Nations. The Special Political and Decolonization Committee deals with a variety of subjects which include those related to decolonization, Palestinian refugees and human rights, peacekeeping, mine action, outer space, public information, atomic radiation and University for Peace.

1. The Question of a Palestinian State in the Middle East
2. Territorialisation and colonization of outer space
3. Child Labour in South East Asia

Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)
The Economic and Social Council is one of the first organs in the UN framework ever to be established. Since 1945, ECOSOC carries out its mandate to achieve higher standards of living, full employment, to greater international cultural and educational cooperation or to find solution to international economic, social health or related problems. It has 54 seats that are held by elected members of the UN to help it pursue its mandate.

1. Improving the implementation to international agreements to promote Global Public Health
2. Commodity Diversification and Development
3. Renewable Energies – The Right Way towards Sustainable Development

Security Council (SC) – to be announced 2 weeks before the conference
The Security Council is the highest organ in the United Nations framework, solely tasked with the maintenance of global peace and security, the Security Council is permanently working to maintain stability around the world. While only 15 members strong, the Security Council is an effective organ to tackle issues of great importance, although the veto power of the Permanent Five some time.

1. An open discussion of Israeli army and Hamas militant war crimes in the Gaza strip
2. Human trafficking in East Asia
3. The Security Impact of Environmental Changes

Getting to the University:
Go to Google Maps at or Google Earth and
type N 03° 3.886’ E101° 36.995’ (this is exactly where the Taylor’s Lakeside Campus is located)

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