Narrowing The Gap : Putting an End to Inequalities
In 2021, SEMARMUN will take place on November 6-7, 2021. As the second year of SEMARMUN, we aim to bring more insights and objectiveness. This year theme is “Narrowing the Gap: Putting an End to Inequalities”. Since disparity is one of the 21st century nemesis, bringing it to the range of academic and diplomatic discussion to raise needed awareness is a necessity. We will also introduce assessment system which feedback can be individually enjoyed by each of the delegate so that, not only the awardees, but also each every delegates will be able to realize and understand their fortes and weaknesses by giving full list of our assessment—both during the conference and on position paper. To help us realize this event, we need your help through increasing our ubiquity, that is through cross-promotion. We will also help to spread and broadcast your event. We believe that both of our events carry one noble vision: to help young people to grow, intellectually.
1. UNITED NATIONS HUMAN RIGHT COUNCIL (UNHRC)
The commitment to address inequalities, inequities and discrimination. From a human rights perspective, lack of access to education, health, food security, employment, housing, health services and economic resources may often amount to a failure to achieve internationally agreed human rights.
2. UNITED NATIONS ENTITY FOR GENDER EQUALITY
AND THE EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN (UN WOMEN)
Gender equality by 2030 requires urgent action to eliminate the many root of causes of discrimination that still curtail women’s right in private and public spheres. For examples discriminatory laws need to change and legislation adopted to proactively Yet 49 Countries still lack laws protecting women from domestic violence, while 39 bar equal inheritance rights for daughters and sons.
3. UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATION (UNESCO)
In the film industry, it is estimated that ten million jobs will be lost in 2020 while one third of art galleries are estimated to have reduced their staff by half during the crisis. A six-month closure can cost the music industry more than $10 billion in lost of sponsorship. Otherwise, the pandemic would have not only killed and impoverished millions but also destroyed some of the best tools we have for imagining a better future.