Delegates voting during the debate session. (Carmen López)
Sweat on the forehead. Exhaustion and uncertainty imbued the room, but the end is nearby. The necessity of reaching a resolution towards the recognition of TRANS LGTBQ+ sexual identity is undeniable.
Turkey´s delegate proposal is based on the need of finding an agreement which fits best with the interest of both groups of countries: western and west nations. Germany, on his behalf, insisted on the idea of financing developing countries with the purpose of improving the quality of education in matters of human rights and equality. Nevertheless, not all the countries- for example Pakistan- accept what they considered an interference on their intern issues.
Successive unmoderated Caucus took place in the Human Rights Council during the third journey of URJCmun 2019 with the goal of reaching some consensus. A wide range of countries like Canada, United Kingdom, Argelia, Brasil, Pakistan or Poland- just taking a sample- raised their voice just to expound their view about the matter dealt with. The involvement of the states springs up considerably throughout the day.
The delegates faced many problems to reach an agreement. With a radical state of Nepal on stage emphasizing the significance of considering the opinion of every single state and after an intense attempt of building bridges, the light started to bright at the end of the tunnel: the draft resolution was presented and explained by a representation of the sponsors. Later, there was an opportunity to consider some amendments during an unmoderated Caucus.
The final resolution? It is yet to be seen.