United Nations Commission on Science and Technology for Development
This is a Mixed School Commission
President: Santiago Castillo
School: Colegio Berchmans
President: Laura Duque
School: Colegio Freinet
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Welcome to this remarkable committee, we feel honored to have you. The United Nations Commission on Science and Technology for Development is a subsidiary body of the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) ,and it was established in 1993. Apart from ensuring the accomplishment of the sustainable development goals, this organ is in charge of analyzing, studying and discussing issues and advances related to science, technology and development, ensuring that these represent a benefit for humanity and avoiding, of course, any damage they may cause.
In addition, it ensures an inclusive scientific and technological development, where attempts are made to propose strategies to strengthen the participation of developing countries and the establishment of aid guidelines when required.
We expect this model to be a wonderful opportunity for all of us to achieve both personal and academic skills, to develop a debate that involves all perspectives and realities in which content, strength, and well-founded arguments must be the main principles. We expect delegates to be well-enough prepared to accomplish propositional, controversial, pertinent and concrete interventions, and that each discussion is developed around achieving an objective and moving the debate forward. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
Santiago and Laura.
Presidents of UNCSTD
Implementation of nuclear energy as a predominant energy source
Stem cell research and its implications
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