General Assembly

(GA)

 Implications of the climate crisis:

Migration and climate segregation. 

Despite the initiatives developed in recent decades,  the absence of political will has generated a kind of “unconsciousness” about the response capacity against climate change in all countries countries. In this sense, the government's inaction in order to equate the political, economic and social inequality of all countries to deal with the problem has triggered a climate apartheid.

 

Climatic migrations and lack of resources have caused violence and segregation against those affected violating their human rights. Technological advance and industrialization increase ecological damage that corrupts the natural climate cycle directly causing social, economic and humanitarian damage.

About the General Assembly

 

The General Assembly is one of the main organs of the United Nations, in which the 193 Member States are represented, each with one vote. In this forum, issues of global interest are debated, such as sustainable development, peace and security, climate change, gender equality, among others.

 

According to the United Nations, the General Assembly is empowered to make recommendations to States on international matters within its competence. Internally, the General Assembly is made up of six committees with different functions, the First Committee: disarmament and international security, the Second Committee: economic and financial affairs, the Third Committee: Social, humanitarian and cultural affairs, the Fourth commission: Policies special and decolonization, the Fifth Committee: Administrative and budgetary matters and the Sixth Committee referring to Legal Affairs.

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