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Futurecasters: Global Young Visionaries Summit – FerMUN 2020

Security Council 

Chairs

MILLER Michael (mjmiller100@student.hbuhsd.edu)
PUECH Jeanne (jeannepuech092002@gmail.com)

Issues

  1. Promoting trust and confidence in ICTs through international cooperation
  2. Discussing a framework for international response in mitigating potential conflict escalation in cyberspace

Questionnaire

International Labour Organization

Chairs

SARDINAS Dominique (desardinas100@student.hbuhsd.edu)
VUITTON Nils (nilsvuitton@gmail.com)

Issues

  1. Ensuring inclusive and equitable participation of youth in the digital economy
  2. Managing the potential risks and opportunities of the “4th industrial revolution” for the global job market

Questionnaire

 World Health Organization

Chairs

WANJIRU Hanna (hannawanjiru08@gmail.com)
COURT Rémy (court.remy01@gmail.com)

Issues

  1. Guaranteeing patient privacy, autonomy, and quality of care while developing AI technologies for healthcare
  2. Using ICTs to deliver high-quality, appropriate and accessible healthcare in low-resource and remote areas

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United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

Chairs

BARTU Arik (bartuonatarik@gmail.com)
TODOROV Katia (katiatk13@gmail.com)

Issues

  1. Bridging the gap in access to education for refugees through ICTs
  2. Using ICTs to improve conditions for women and girls in UNHCR refugee camps

Questionnaire

United Nations Environment Programme 

Chairs

LAHBABI Khalid (lahbabik@citescolairehugorenoir.org)
KOROBITSYNA Sofya (sofyakorobitsyna16@gmail.com)
NICOLET Maxence (maxence.nicolet@free.fr)

Issues

  1. Defining the role of AI in predicting, mitigating and adapting to the impacts of climate change
  2. Using ICTs to increase environmental awareness and responsibility and encourage sustainable decisions

Questionnaire

UNESCO

Chairs

GRIFFITH Gemma (gemmagriffiths169@gmail.com)
SAUGNAC Diego (diego.saugnac@gmail.com)

Issues

  1. Recognizing and setting standards for online education and training through an international framework, while promoting accessibility
  2. Establishing ethical guidelines for the use of AI behaviour analysis software in the education sector

Questionnaire

International Telecommunication Union 1

Chairs

HOVEY Aston (astonhovey@gmail.com)
REMME Gwendolyne (gwendolyne.remme@gmail.com)
DEBIONNE Victoire (victoiredebionne@hotmail.fr)

Issues

  1. Establishing quality and accountability standards for the development of digital financial services
  2. Guaranteeing safe, secure, ethical and sustainable implementation of 5G at a global scale

Comité trilingüe. Informes en español: Número 1, Número 2

Questionnaire / Cuestionario

International Telecommunication Union 2

Chairs

BADILLA Antonio (antonio1dbo@gmail.com)
HERMANN-GOMEZ Charles (charlesh001@yahoo.fr)
PAUWELYN Marit (marit.pauwelyn@gmail.com)

Issues

  1. Defining international and future-oriented standards for the right to online privacy
  2. Reducing and managing e-waste in the context of sustainable development

Comité trilingüe. Informes en español: Número 1, Número 2

Questionnaire / Cuestionario

Youth Assembly 1 (ITU)

Chairs

ABDELLATIF Nouran (nouran.abdellatif.00.@ais-kuwait.org)
KISS Alexandre (alexkissmun@gmail.com)

Issue

The gender digital divide

Questionnaire

Youth Assembly 2 (UN)

Chairs

HOSIER Brock (bmhosier100@student.hbuhsd.edu)
LENTZ Caroline (caroline.lentz8004@gmail.com)

Issue

UN 75th Anniversary: Building a better future through international cooperation and inclusivity

Questionnaire

International Court of Justice

Chairs

DUCHAMP Quentin (quentinduchamp972@gmail.com)
GUIBERT Aénor (aenorguibert@gmail.com)

Trial

Unilingual committee. Report available only in French.

Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide: Bosnia and Herzegovina v. Serbia and Montenegro

Questionnaire