Section Documents

Here are archived documents prepared for negotiations and positions of participating states, organizations and corporate firms.

Mutual Agreement

Poverty is undoubtedly the most challenging and key global issue which a society has to face. In present globalized world no one should be unconcerned to this severe problem and ignore the needs of other countries and regions. Forum for 21st Century realizes the share of responsibility that each country has in providing help to developing countries to fight the poverty and to integrate them into the world economy. In regard of the questionable effectiveness of current development assistance, the Forum strives to emphasize that the need of revalue the current cooperation and coordination of donors and recipients is inevitable... Read more

Final Draft

The crucial problem of current development assistance provided is its effectiveness. The Forum defines insufficient communication among donors themselves and also between donors and recipients as a main reason of the absence of efficiency. Insufficient communication does not lead to effective common cooperation and the main principle of countries in development assistance is based on a bilateral cooperation. Consequently it leads to uncoordinated flow of development aid to regions and countries and to collisions of interests of main donors (especially the European Union, the United States and China), which in conclusion causes its ineffectiveness. The Forum does not propose to increase the volume of financial capital provided by donors, but to review the way how it is used. Forum recommends discussing following points... Read more

Draft 2

According to the previous stand-points, the Forum challenges recipient countries to define as clearly as possible the needs of its regions and their effort of application the measures for corruption prevention and for support political stability in their countries. When developing regions have already defined the needs or the efforts have already existed, the Forum asked these countries to join the Platform. On the other hand we challenge the donors to specify their own country’s and region’s preferences and also define a type of their development assistance... Read more

Positions 2 (All positions available)

Draft 1

According to the United Nations Millennium Declaration (2000), solidarity belongs to the fundamental values, which are essential to international relations in the twenty-first century. Global challenges must be managed in a way that distributes the costs and burdens fairly in accordance with basic principles of equity and social justice. Those who suffer or who benefit least deserve help from those who benefit most...  Read more

Positions 1 (ALL positions available)

* India is a new member of economic section starting from 24.10.2011

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Janka Drutarovská

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Mária Maťavková

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