The twenty-sixth General Assembly of the Students' League of Nations is scheduled to take place on Monday 9th - Tuesday 10th December 2019 at the Palais des Nations in Salle XVIII at the Palais des Nations.
Five resolutions will be submitted to the General Assembly debating the creation of a multilateral fund of 1% per all Member States’ existing contributions to unsustainable debt relief, the creation of a United Nations Commission on Lethal Autonomous Weapons (UNCLAW) for the banning of the use and production of Lethal Autonomous Weapons (LAWs), the creation of the United Nations Humanitarian Intelligence and Detection Agency (UNHIDA) in order to coordinate multilateral efforts against terrorism, the creation of the International Office for Electoral Moderation (IOEM) for the fair execution of electoral processes and the establishment of the United Nations Refugee Allocation Association (UNRAA) for a fair allocation of refugees amongst the member nations.
A more detailed summary and full texts of the proposed resolutions can be found on this page. Additional information about this year's General Assembly, including the final programme, will be published shortly.
If you wish to ask for a Right to the floor ahead of the General Assembly, please click on this link.
Please note the following: mobiles, smartphones, iPods etc: must be switched off at all times in the General Assembly room. Laptop computers may be brought to the General Assembly but can only be used during breaks. Laptops must be switched off during speeches and debates. A research team equipped with laptops will be available for consultation by delegation members during debates via the official messenger service.
The Students' League of Nations is a public session open to all UN security pass holders. Special requests to observe the General Assembly from members of the school community should be sent to email@example.com before 3th December.