Committee: United Nations Children’s FundCommittee: United Nations Children’s Fund
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Forum: The General Assembly First Committee IssueForum: The General Assembly First Committee Issue
Concordia International School Shanghai Model United Nations ◆ Sixth Annual Session
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Topic: b children in Armed ConflictTopic: b children in Armed Conflict
This is to break the bond the child has with his or her family, and leaves the child with no option but to train (War Child). The United Nations has strived for years to end the use of child soldiers, and are working to save them
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Historical backgroundHistorical background
Next is analyzed the political framework imposed between September 11, 1973 and March 1990, its evolution and the way that it is related to the violations of human rights perpetrated during that period
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Free Politics and Free Markets in Latin AmericaFree Politics and Free Markets in Latin America
Latin American governments were democratically chosen, but pursued statist policies that sought, as far as possible, to sever the links between their nations' economies and the world market
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Pmesii-pt overview of chile ssg sulivan, DevinPmesii-pt overview of chile ssg sulivan, Devin
United States, they do, however, present a threat to our national security, because if left unattended these social problems will foster an environment that can possibly lead a recruiting ground for terrorist organizations and transnational
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Lecture 9: conflict between japan and chinaLecture 9: conflict between japan and china
For those reading the lecture there is a glossary at the end of names and details given in bold in the text
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Main Terms of the Chinese Civil War Boxer Uprising (1900)Main Terms of the Chinese Civil War Boxer Uprising (1900)
Peking. Participants were mostly poor peasants who practised a type of martial art that gave the name “boxer” to the movement. The uprising ended when a combined Western military expedition entered Peking
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Gay liberation manifesto 1971Gay liberation manifesto 1971
Throughout recorded history, oppressed groups have organised to claim their rights and obtain their needs. Homosexuals, who have been oppressed by physical violence and by ideological and psychological attacks at every level of social
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Public holidays and recognition daysPublic holidays and recognition days
State employees are granted, except as provided in subsection 3, the following holidays off from employment with pay
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General assembly of north carolinaGeneral assembly of north carolina
An act to ensure that the behavioral health needs of members of the military, veterans, and their families are met
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Who is a u. S. Citizen?” “The Evolution of Citizenship Law in The United States of America”Who is a u. S. Citizen?” “The Evolution of Citizenship Law in The United States of America”
For U. S. citizens who live outside the United States, and whose children are born or adopted abroad, there are still important citizenship acquisition issues and other challenges that need to be addressed and redressed
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The U. S. Conference of Mayors 80The U. S. Conference of Mayors 80
A national new americans initiative to promote u. S. Citizenship at the federal, state, municipal, and community level
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InstructionsInstructions
Please answer each question clearly and completely. Type or print in Ink. Read carefully and follow all directions
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Civil Rights Integration & Brown v. Board of EducationCivil Rights Integration & Brown v. Board of Education
The experiences of African Americans serving in the military forces during World War II
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