The third day at the UNESCO Committee began with a moderated caucus about the working papers. These are preliminary technical papers in which different delegates share ideas about a topic and try to give some solutions. In this case, the question was associated with decentralization of cultural policies and protection of cultures. The delegation of Venezuela wanted to express their gratitude to every nation that took part in this plan: Kuwait, Australia, Philippines, Nigeria, Brazil, and the Democratic Popular Republic of Korea. “We need to focus on our identities. We want to work from the centre. Protection and unification of all countries”, expressed the delegation of the DPRK.
We could have a fun time after the coffee break. So many delegations were dancing, singing, and doing all kind of silly things. Press could also sing a song while the representatives of Ukraine were dancing. Furthermore, chronicler and camara could make a sexy catwalk. Chairs were reading a lot of gossips, including all types of challenges and hot jokes. At last, this committee has been interesting. Staff was the only team who didn’t accept any demand from delegates. They were coward. “We have dignity”, expressed one of them. No one believed them. We had a new face in the Committee too. She was one of the delegates of Tunisia, who couldn’t come the first and second day because she is a busy woman with several responsibilities.
Press had the chance to interview the delegation of Australia during a non-moderated caucus. We wanted to know their feelings, if they were enjoying the sessions and whether they had a crush inside or outside the committee too: “We are glad about the commission. Chairs treat us well and discussions are fascinating. We don’t have a crush, but we have sent a lot of gossips, including many challenges for other delegates”.
After lunch break, the representatives of DPRK, Philippines, Malta, and the State of Kuwait proceed to read their resolution on the main topic: Globalization: protection and promotion of cultures. “This resolution will promote and save our cultures”, affirmed intensely the last of them.
The other resolution had sponsors such as Portugal, Ukraine, Canada, and Belgium. “Our program promotes the identity of our nations, diversity and the agenda 2030”, said the representative of Canada. Kuwait reprimanded it, because, according to them, it was insulting their delegation and the rest of their partners.
At the end of the session, every delegation started to sing and dance the famous theme “Pepas”, the new Spanish anthem.