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International Labor Organization (ILO)

The International Labor Organization is the oldest body within the UN and is devoted to promoting social justice and internationally recognized human and labor rights, pursuing its founding mission that social justice is essential to universal and lasting peace. The ILO is the only tripartite UN agency, bringing together governments, employers, and workers, and allows representatives of member states to set labor standards, develop policies and devise programs promoting decent work for all women and men.
 

Topics:

1. Framework for Greater Integration of Disabled Persons into the Workforce
2. The Effectiveness of Affirmative Action in Addressing Gender Gaps in the Labor Force

About the Chairs

Sara Abdulmouti
Chair
sarasosofukui@gmail.com

Sara studies marketing at the University of Sharjah. It wasn’t always business for Sara, and her journey in MUN began in middle school when she decided to step out of her comfort zone and face her fears of public speaking and debating. Since overcoming her fear then MUN became one of the many things she is passionate about. Sara has participated in a countless amount of conferences as both a delegate and a chair. MUN taught Sara many things that shaped Sara into the person that she is today. It allowed Sara to gain new experiences, socialize, and learn new things. Sara is very excited to be a part of an atmosphere where you can freely share your political stance. She hopes to have a huge influence on the world someday to help bring the world into a better place. As the Primary Chair of the ILO Committee, Sara welcomes you all to AUDMUN’20 and wishes to help make your experience as pleasant, as informative, and as memorable as possible.

Siba Khaled Narsh
Co-chair
Sebakhaled99@gmail.com

Being a 17-year old writer, bookworm, and an aspiring journalist, Siba considers the words between the lines do have a voice, yet it’s louder when said with one’s vocal nuances. Asides from valuing her commitment to school, MUN became to her and to many a medium to share, to delineate subjects objectively, and most importantly, to create harmony based on a mixture of teamwork and passion. Currently, a pandemic is breeding uncertainties for an extensive period of time, yet her delegates’ abilities are to be praised for their exquisite dedication that stems from their inspired spirits. For Siba, it’s a responsibility to ensure that an indulging committee is along the delegates way of killing doubts and overcoming the barriers of fear, as a No. 1 priority!