Delegates are able to choose one from the two topics listed below.
Issue 1 - Combating social prejudice against migrant workers
In a globalized world where jobs are sometimes only found thousands of kilometres from one's home, it is a growing problem that migrant workers (including new immigrants, illegal immigrants, and refugees) face increased prejudice. Whether it is due to gender discrimination, economic bias, or stereotypes about skin colour or religion, migrant workers may experience low wages, unsafe working conditions, or other situations that local peoples do not have to face.
Attitudes vary around the world about how much international organizations can do to solve this problem. Yet, without somebody to take leadership, the lives of migrant workers in countries around the world will continue to suffer.
Issue 2 - Taking measures to prevent the zombie apocalypse
If anything can be learned from watching movies and television, it is that our world is under constant threat of a zombie apocalypse. The causes of the relentless march of the undead depend on which show or movie you watch. Of course, there are those people who suggest that the 'zombie apocalypse' is just a metaphor for the outbreak of a horrific epidemic. Whatever one's position may be, there is no single "silver bullet" to stop the deadly invasion when it finally does come.
The United Nations has decided to form a task force to consider options for preventing an all-out calamity or, failing that, to begin the rebuilding process afterward. The task force needs a resolution to help guide its plans for preventing the zombie apocalypse.