Ensuring religious freedom in East and Southeast Asia
Maintaining freedom of speech and assembly in relation to the safety of Journalists
Improving measures to protect female access to family planning services
Letter from the President
Dear delegates of the Human Rights Commission, The leaders of the Human Rights Commission are extremely excited to welcome you to the fourth ASDMUN. We can’t wait to see the innovative solutions that come up in our intense debate sessions.
The Human Rights Commission is undoubtedly one of the most integral to the preservation and maintenance of basic human rights around the world. Comprised of 47 states, the first priority of all members of the HRC is the promotion of the rights that define us as human beings and citizens of the world.
There are three fascinating and compelling issues that we are debating this year in the HRC: Ensuring Religious Freedom in East and Southeast Asia, Maintaining Freedom of Speech and Assembly in Relation to the Safety of Journalists, and Improving Measures to Protect Female Access to Family Planning Services.
It is crucial that, over the course of the conference, we develop and establish a variety of unique, innovative, and well-thought solutions, and that every delegate comes to the HRC with the mission of preserving some of the most important human rights violations faced today.
I am beyond elated to be able to serve as the President of this forum. I know that the delegates of the HRC at ASDMUN 2019 will be dedicated, interested, and prepared to contribute as leaders to the Human Rights Commission. Hopefully you guys will go on to rule the world!