Day 1: #UNSLCD (15:00)

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Voting has been complete! Andres & Kelly have been elected Chairperson and Vice Chairperson respectively. Facilitators, Discussion Monitors, and Sub-theme editors are being appointed, and the final touches are being made for the Video conference on Monday, March 3, 2014. Use #UNSLCD on Twitter and follow @VoicesOfYouth. Also, add "UNSLCD" on SnapChat for constant updates throughout the day!


Day 1: #UNSLCD (Lunch)

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We're halfway through the day and currently taking the lunch break. All five groups are putting the finishing touches on the Google Doc., and the students are preparing to present each group's resolutions. The final drafts of each resolution will be completed by the end of the day! Use #UNSLCD on Twitter and follow @VoicesOfYouth. Also, add "UNSLCD" on SnapChat for constant updates throughout the day!


Day 1: #UNSLCD

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Day 1 is underway! The United Nations Student Leadership Conference on Development has begun! Introductions by the Student Leaders is complete. Opening remarks by Global Education Motivator's Wayne Jacoby regarding Monday's video-coference are currently taking place. Updates will be posted every hour throughout today's Student Leader meeting. Use #UNSLCD on Twitter and follow @VoicesOfYouth. Also, add "UNSLCD" on SnapChat for constant updates throughout the day!


Attainable Food Security

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Food Security is a huge problem that is plaguing the world. Globally, about 870 million people are estimated to be undernourished. Additionally, one in six children in developing countries are underweight. Without proper nourishment, children’s growth can be stunted, and it will result in many more issues as the children enter their adult age. The biggest issue is not providing people with food, but having countries develop food on their own. Some areas in African countries d...


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