Category Archive: IOM

Who’s gonna win in IOM & UNDP?

We have almost reached the end of the discussion. Opinions are still contrasting but everybody shares the same ideal: help Viet Nam to overcome the consequences of the disaster. According to the delegation of the People’s Republic of China it might be necessary to establish a special fund financed by China, South Korea and US. This …

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IOM and the fifth element

IOM and the fifth element  by Valentina San Martin As bombs are falling from the air, they are dreaming of a better life somewhere else on the earth. And to do so, they must go through fire and water…   Around 23.000 migrants have drowned in the Mediterranean Sea since the beginning of the XXI century. …

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IOM & UNDP: How to start taking action?

It’s now time to do something concrete. After the speech by the delegate of Viet Nam who asked for sustainable aid for its country, delegates are now considering how to proceed. Must the economic issue be considered as a priority or the social one? The delegation of Laos, for instance, suggests acting as soon as …

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Common work for common ideals

A crisis has struck and the magnificent squad, which only for today is composed by two committees: IOM and UNDP, is requested to work together to mitigate the consequences of the oil spill in the Gulf of Tonkin (situated between Vietnam and China). The two committees are now elaborating motions before signing a bilateral memorandum …

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