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Agenda: Discussing a Universal Human Rights Convention (The Vienna Declaration, 1993)

The Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action, adopted in 1993, stands as a pivotal document in the realm of human rights and YOU delegates will be in charge of reframing this vital document. The delegates will be tasked to focus on achieving universal applicability, defining the scope of rights, and negotiating principles for its implementation.


They will have to address balancing the importance of rights and maintain national sovereignty by focusing on emphasizing accountability and enforcement of these mechanisms, while also being mindful of the committee's historic significance and the potential of future time jumps. This committee's dynamic discourse acts as a bridge for its past aspirations with contemporary challenges as it highlights the importance of achieving equality across borders and time.

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