Committee on Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Affairs
By: Violeta Ríos
The delegation of the Russian Federation talks about the repercussions of organ trafficking and how they violate
human rights. The Russian federation proposes a “simple” solution, bringing more donations and apprehension,
taking action towards organ trafficking and individuals that violate the organ list.
The delegation of the United Kingdom would like to propose a solution of creating a new law, making organ transplants easier. The delegation of India encourages the creation of a law but states that the current organ trafficking network is a great way to satisfy citizens waiting for an organ. This could help the economy, but it needs to be moderated and regulated.
A new delegation is introduced, as the People's Republic of China. The delegation mentions the three main reasons why the problems happen, such as crime, poverty and medical needs.
The republic of China states their financial aid to the solutions that might be needed, The delegation of India is aware of the problem, but does not have the necessary monetary resources. The People's Republic of China will contribute with as much financial aid as possible to solve the problems.
The republic of India responds with the financial aid being provided, and is expecting this to be solved by ending the misinformation of the Indian population. The delegate of the United Kingdom offers monetary resources to underdeveloped countries such as the republic of India and the republics Israel.
The republic of China talks about “SKYNET”, a program made for improving security and as a kind of surveillance.
The Russian Federation mentions ”PESTEL”, and how these factors might be a plausible solution to illegal organ movements.
The delegation of the United states of America was introduced, and they proposed propaganda for raising awareness for the problem, for them to be informed. The United Nations would provide help for reaching less favored communities to be alerted of the problem.
By: Violeta Ríos
The state of Israel invites the The Republic of China to join them into a global campaign concerning the organ trafficking crisis. The Republic of China expects to finance this project looking for money in charities or self involving funds.
The delegation of the Syrian Arab urges the committee to take action, considering the problem and implores the other delegations to think about the vulnerable victims of the organ transplant system.
The Republic of India addresses how the delegation is expecting to make the organ donor wait list fairer, and not make the system oversaturated. The delegation of India invites the delegates to consider a proposal of making the people needing organs pay a monetary amount in order to acquire them. The Russian Federation approaches the risks of this method of organ donation and transplant inquiries.
The delegations discussed the multiple variables and conditions of the agreement trying to be reached, the Republic of India states that it must be the proper living person, the one delivering the organs to be donated to avoid organ trafficking.
The delegation of India addresses each one of the previously stated causes, being crime, poverty, and healthcare, and explains how the law proposed is going to propose solutions to these problems within the organ trafficking network. The organ donor needs to be an adult and be able to make its own choices, and the organ donor waitlist is going to be modified so that people in need of organs may climb higher and higher. The law intends to make organ trafficking partially legal. The laws being discussed intend to stop poverty, make the organ donor waitlist be in a better condition, and improve healthcare and medical needs.
The delegation of India is expecting that the law makes organ donors higher on the list, in that way encouraging new organ donors to perform in a legal way. If a donor is intending to give an organ but it is not on the transplant list, they will get financial compensation.