Social, Humanitarian, and Cultural Committee


Nicolas Scott
United Kingdom

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Delegation: The Republic of Ecuador Represented by: The University of Kent

Topic A: International Labor Rights

According to the World Employment and Social Outlook by the International Labor Standards, by 2019, more than 212 million people will be unemployed as social instability has lead to greater inequality all around the world. Our actions on conventions such as forced and child labor, social security, occupational health and safety have clearly been failing, and it is now time for drastic measures.

The Republic of Ecuador would first of all like to emphasize Article 33 from our Constitution as it states the following: “Work is a right and a social duty, as well as an economic right, source of personal fulfilment and the basis for the economy. The state shall guarantee full respec...