The United Nations Conference on
Sustainable Development


  The United Nations as part of the 2030 Agenda, adopted the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) to take urgent actions in order to make the world a better place by 20 Years. The Goals aim to end poverty and hunger while promoting economic growth and address social issues like education, health, equality and unemployment as well as tackling climate change. The United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development took place during 20- 22 of June 2012 in Rio de Janeiro. It produced political strategies for implementing Sustainable Development. In the Conference member states agreed to adopt the Sustainable Development Goals in accordance with the Millennium Development Goals. The member states also agreed to establish a process in the General Assembly to prepare options for sustainable development financing. The political outcome document formed the basis of the SDG’s and programs to implement these. In HaydarpaşaMUN'20 it is time for another summit of the Sustainable Development Conference in which the states will debate on encouraging multi stakeholder partnerships and voluntary commitments on sustainable development financing and supporting sustainable development in small island states.

Agenda Item 1:  Encouraging Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships and Voluntary Commitments

Agenda Item 2:  Supporting Sustainable Development in Small Island Statess