In the Third Committee of the General Assembly of the United Nations, also known as the Social, Cultural, and Humanitarian Committee (SOCHUM), delegates will have the opportunity to discuss a range of subjects currently affecting people all over the world. In particular, they could be tasked with responding to questions related to the protection of human rights. The Committee is often tasked with discussing issues such as global literacy, the treatment of refugees and displaced persons, the rights of Indigenous peoples, and the elimination of racism and discrimination. Delegates will be able to represent the positions of various United Nations Member States, and they will be able to put their knowledge of United Nations procedure to the test when drafting resolutions that come up with creative solutions to the topics at hand.
1. Environmental Refugee Crisis
2. Harmful Traditional Practices Against Women