Commission on Science and Technology for Development (CSTD)
The CSTD is an intergovernmental platform and forum that unites leadership around the world to discuss the ever-evolving state of Science and Technology and its impacts on development. The CTSD serves as a chance for open exchange of information, as well as affecting policy on modern technology.
Delegates will face questions about the role of scientific and technological progress in ordinary life and governance, as well as addressing the widening gap between developing and developed nations through scientific and technological equity.
Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO)
The FAO is an agency under the UN that leads efforts to end hunger internationally. It aims to provide food security for all by eliminating chronic hunger, stabilizing agriculture, reducing rural poverty, and protecting livelihoods from conflicts and disasters.
Delegates will face the present issues and triumphs in the agricultural industry and the lives that rely on it as they work to ensure the sustainability and equity of the global agricultural network.
World Tourism Organization (UNWTO)
The WTO is an agency of the UN tasked with promoting sustainable, responsible, and universally accessible tourism for development. The body is a supporter of tourism as a driver of socio-economic growth and a center of knowledge and cooperation among nations to increase the competitiveness of the tourism sector for each nation.
Delegates will act as leaders promoting the most successful and sustainable manners of tourism and advancing the sector's potential to reduce poverty and revitalize local economies and livelihoods.