The General Assembly allocates to the “Third Committee” SOCHUM (Social, Humanitarian & Cultural Issues) the agenda items relating to a range of social, humanitarian affairs and human rights issues that affect people worldwide. The Third Committee also addresses important social development questions, such as; issues related to the protection of children, indigenous people, treatment of refugees, racial discrimination, family, persons with disabilities, crime prevention, criminal justice, international drug control and a lot more. In BBALMUN'23 the Committee is expected to revolve around the discussion of the technological advancements for achieving human immortality, criticism of any unwanted or wanted inferences it may have according to the direction it will take in the near future, and relevant sub-topics for us to draw attention to. Furthermore, a solemn discussion of the potential overpopulation that can influence aspects of social structure as a by-product of human immortality is looked for in the second agenda.
The discussion of the technological advancements on achieving human immortality
The discussion of the potential overpopulation that would be caused by human immortality