Committee: Economic and Social Council
Topic: Stop AIDS, keep the promise
Deeply concerned that the global HIV/AIDS epidemic, through its devastating scale and impact, constitutes a global emergency and one of the most formidable challenges to human life and dignity, as well as to the effective enjoyment of human rights, which undermines social and economic development throughout the world;
Convinced of the need to have an urgent, coordinated and sustained response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic, which will build on the experience and lessons learned over the past 20 years;
Recognizing that poverty, underdevelopment and illiteracy are among the principal contributing factors to the spread of HIV/AIDS, and noting with grave concern that HIV/AIDS is compounding poverty and is now reversing or impeding development in many countries and should therefore be addressed in an integrated manner;
Stressing that gender equality and the empowerment of women are fundamental elements in the reduction of the vulnerability of women and girls to
Recognizing that access to medication in the context of pandemics such as
HIV/AIDS is one of the fundamental elements to achieve progressively the full realization of the right of everyone to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health;
Emphasizing the important role of cultural, family, ethical and religious factors in the prevention of the epidemic and in treatment, care and support, taking into account the particularities of each country as well as the importance of respecting all human rights and fundamental freedoms;
Acknowledging that resources devoted to combating the epidemic both at the national and international levels are not commensurate with the magnitude of the problem;
Solemnly declare our commitment to address the HIV/AIDS crisis by taking action as follows, taking into account the diverse situations and circumstances in different regions and countries throughout the world;
Urges and supports regional organizations and partners to be actively involved in addressing the crisis; intensify regional cooperation and coordination; and develop regional strategies and responses in support of expanded country-level efforts;
Suggests to build a system including supervision and evaluation functions under the guidance of UNAIDS, each of which will be equipped with experts and high-end technology.
Requires the fund-receiving countries to submit annual report, based on which we will establish a database. This database will be a fundamental basis for the organization we’re running.
Strengthens the response to HIV/AIDS in the world of work establishing and implementing prevention and care program, private and informal work sectors, and take them restlessness.
Enhance the power of publicity, in order to get the public well—informed of the AIDS information. A compulsory course is due to be held among countries to make people acknowledged, minimizing the possibility of being infected. This may be executed in a medical school, in which teachers will be qualifiedly trained to get the information of AIDS across.
Provides with the public a confidentially shared testing system, along the database we build, the organization will mainly deal in with collecting information and making further decisions.
Directs a part of the financial flow to the research and development. The developed countries will draw attention from all the private and state-running companies to the donation. At the same time, we will invest more on private business in order to lower down the price.
Solves the problems of gathering funds by having family members of infected patients paid by medicine in stead of cash. Or by lowering the import taxes of fund-receiving country, which will the other way around benefit the fun-giving countries as well.
Ensures that the reduction of the vulnerability of those special groups is handled well. Vaccine for children should be kept at the lowest price. Access to medical care for women and children should be given priority to.
Opens an anonymous discussion area online only for those who are infected with AIDS. Help the marginalized grouped not to be discriminated against. Calls upon the respect of human right under any circumstances.
Organizes some regional activities monthly to decrease the possibility of the misuse of fund, because regional activities will be localized and detailed. Internationally, we have to bind up closer and make our own fun.
Standardizes the criteria of legal migrants, trying to block off as many as AIDS infected people. Enriching and better-defining will also help to lessen the illegal migrant, which remains a big issue.