Human Rights Council

Human Rights Council – MUNCH 22

The topics for the Human Rights Council are:

The Issue of the Death Penalty

The Issue of the Threat to Minority Rights

The Issue of the Freedom to Worship

The President of this Council is Sam Barnett

The Human Rights Council is more than just a forum for debate for some of the most divisive issues but is also a symbol of peace and prosperity. Whether it be debating the death penalty and its many and varied societal implications - moral; social; financial; and judicial - or the increasingly oppressed rights of minorities or the freedom to worship. It is clear that our Human Rights Council of experienced delegates will strive to reach nuanced solutions that create safety, liberty and protection for all. I hope that you will enjoy the debates and atmosphere, maybe even learn a few things!

President of Human Rights Council,

Sam Barnett


All resolutions should be emailed to samuelbarnett25@chschool.co.uk before 23.59 on Thursday 7th October, as well as a physical copy brought in on the day.

The countries with seats in the Human Rights Council are:

China

France

UK

USA

Angola

Australia

Brazil

Chad

Chile

D.P.R.K

Egypt

Germany

Hungary

India

Iran

Japan

Mexico

Myanmar

Norway

Republic of Korea

Turkey