During this session the spotlight has been mostly moved off of education and onto economy. Many countries have stated their desire to improve on their economy before moving onto other problems. South Sudan who made the session more fun by motioning to play Africa by Toto says that there should be free trade, but only within Africa. Meaning that richer countries would pay for the resources made by poorer ones which would ultimately keep the money in Africa which will improve the economy.
Another thing that delegates believe will improve the economy is the reforming of voting procedures, so that more people are voting and being positively affected by elections. By doing that the people can choose leaders who will do what’s best which could affect the economy.
Mya Smith - BBC