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Historical General Assembly (1946)


The Jewish Refugee Crisis of 1946

Just a few months after the end of the Second World War, the UN General Assembly will meet up to discuss the future of millions of Jewish refugees that survived the German Nazi regime. Delegates will have the opportunity to go back in time to analyze political decisions, historical events, major steps in international politics, mistakes that provoked further deaths, and the rise of antisemitism not just in Europe but most of the places Jewish people migrated to. Even though this would be the first big problem the general assembly will discuss and find solutions to, it must be debated with a proper vision of the long-term future of both millions of Jewish refugees’ lives and the general world population because of the worldwide effects the decisions could have. Countries all over the globe are expecting to have peace back and they are expecting international decisions that ensure the brightest of futures. 

Committee only in: English 
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