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[Reuters] A success for SOCHUM’s draft resolution

Members of the Social, Cultural & Humanitarian Committee (SOCHUM) reached an agreement on Sunday before lunch regarding ethical and national minorities.  

The decision on the monitoring of states was written and approved, requesting periodical meetings between NGOs and State actors. 

Further talks took place concerning digitalization, opting for the creation of digital platforms to permit more accessibility for social minorities. 

The SOCHUM President elaborated on the unemployment clause, justifying its importance, as most minority groups have lower incomes. The clause aimed to make employment more accessible to those communities.

The draft resolution, which also included the making of new campaigns to increase political participation and clauses on education, was accepted.

EuroMUN Committee: General Assembly Social, Humanitarian, and Cultural Committee (SOCHUM)


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