General Assembly Proposals

The following are proposals for WA resolutions. Any WA member nation with at least two endorsements can make a proposal, but it will only become a resolution (to be voted on by the entire WA) if it is approved by at least 6% of WA Regional Delegates.

As the WA currently has 1,817 Regional Delegates, a proposal needs 110 approvals to achieve quorum.

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GENERAL ASSEMBLY PROPOSAL
ID: adalbern_1466607662

Service-Learning

A resolution to promote funding and the development of education and the arts.
 

Category: Education and Creativity

Area of Effect: Educational

Proposed by: Adalbern

Description: The World Assembly,

Believing that schools should teach students civic responsibility;

Noticing the need for a more holistic approach to students' educational experience;

Stressing the importance of education in helping to strengthen communities;

Hereby:

1) Defines service-learning as 'an approach to teaching and learning in which students use academic knowledge and skills to address genuine community needs';

2) Such acts include, but are not limited to:
a) Teaching underprivileged children basic literacy skills, mathematics, and science;
b) Assisting with community projects;
c) Conducting environmental conservation projects;
d) Staging musical performances in nursing homes.

3) Designates service-learning as a core part of the teaching curriculum in every member state;

4) Declares that all students will be required to fulfill a certain number of hours per year for their service-learning, whether individually or in a group;

5) Preserves the right for schools to choose between organise a mass service-learning project if needed, or assign students to come up with service-learning projects by themselves;

6) Prohibits schools and students from committing any kind of action that is deemed criminal or illegal during the course of the service-learning period;

7) Requires all schools to review the standard of their service-learning curriculum at least once every 2 years;

8) Requires all member states to adhere to the aforementioned regulations regarding service-learning in their respective nations.

Approvals: 36 (United Territories of Central Aldmerrow, Europe and Oceania, Greater Antarctic Settlements, Eyktima, Free Dragon, Ainin, Kaiser Adolf, Jamaker, Kimian, Independant Canada, Railadon, ACoolNation, Illuminati of Europe, Awesome1pc2, Novsvacro, Ancient Free and Accepted Masons, Catos, Vykal, Thy Soviet Socialism, Thama, Orostan, Lesbatopia, Utanvia, Empire Of The Crow, United Germen States Colony, Shansmen, Moeptopia, Froedal, Devernia, Republic Of Hollinsgurd, Messerschmitt and Focke-Wulf, KITAY, DeadSaintCity, Loxahatchi, Angusholliday, Raxacoricofallibatorius)

Status: Lacking Support (requires 74 more approvals)

Voting Ends:

GENERAL ASSEMBLY PROPOSAL
ID: kimian_1466678409

Preserving Biodiversity

A resolution to increase the quality of the world's environment, at the expense of industry.
 

Category: Environmental

Industry Affected: Fishing

Proposed by: Kimian

Description: QUESTION OF: Measures to prevent the loss of marine biodiversity as a result of human exploitation
SUBMITTED BY: The Armed Republic of Kimia, from the Island of Pangaea

THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY,

Alarmed by the fact that many of the world’s major marine ecosystems that underpin livelihoods have been degraded or are being used unsustainably, and that many fish stocks are often overexploited,

Condemning the use of destructive fishing practices, such as using explosives or poison,

Realizing the need to preserve the valuable natural heritage which will be passed onto future generations,

Stressing that the rapid loss of marine biodiversity may have serious economic repercussions on all nations of NationState,

1. Encourages regions to independently endeavor to preserve biodiversity by means such as but not limited to:
a. recognizing the duty of ensuring the establishing or designating a certain regional body to act as liaison between and the World Assembly on matters relevant to the preservation of marine biodiversity in its waters
b. adopting legislative measures to criminalize destructive fishing practices,
c. refraining from taking deliberate measures that may directly or indirectly impact regional biodiversity;
d.publishing a regular report on the region’s status and future aims of preservation of marine biodiversity;

2. Calls on member states to secure the support and cooperation of other non-governmental organizations and corporations;

3. Encourages individual member states to make internal efforts to preserve marine biodiversity by:
a. extending the role of the coast guard, police, and other national security branches to the surveillance of fishing waters to enforce non-destructive fishing practices
b. subsidizing fishing communities for the purchase of better equipment, and farming communities for controlled use of organic fertilizers,

4. Stresses the need to develop a common definition of key terminology that are not yet distinctly defined in the World Factbook of NationStates, such as but not limited to:
a. Destructive Fishing Practices,
b. Eutrophication.

END

Approvals: 44 (Free Dragon, British North African colonies, Jamaker, Lux Dominion, Europe and Oceania, Kimian, Railadon, ACoolNation, New Alethkar, WA Delegate of the PR of Soissons, Ancient Free and Accepted Masons, Vykal, Eyktima, Kustgebied, Ainin, Orostan, AC1DTOPIA, The rouge Christmas state, Morientis Wish, Imperial Principalities, Lesbatopia, Parakka, Awesome1pc2, Ransium, Greenerica, Empire Of The Crow, United Germen States Colony, Dundulan, The Holy Empire of San Marino, Zombiedolphins, Moeptopia, Iuhebhie, Caesarean, Aemerlia, KITAY, Salty Rossikaya, DeadSaintCity, Loxahatchi, The Federal Union of Novorossiya, Iron Dog, Angusholliday, Utanvia, Raxacoricofallibatorius, Landdnal)

Status: Lacking Support (requires 66 more approvals)

Voting Ends:

GENERAL ASSEMBLY PROPOSAL
ID: united_northen_states_canada_1466710020

Border Control

A resolution to improve world security by boosting police and military budgets.
 

Category: International Security

Strength: Strong

Proposed by: United Northen States Canada

Description: Purpose:Establish an effective and humanitarian border control in case of war, or crises caused by them.

Reason:Knowing that humanitarian crises are usually intensified or caused by wars, and that many wars are happening right now, we shoul stick to issues triggered by those crises. Knowing that criminals may attempt to pass by as refugees.
Hereby propose that:

1.Increase in military and humanitarian fundings for a better assement and reception of refugges.
2.Governments should do a full criminal research on refugees in order to protect their citizens from potential terrorists.
3.Governments should create incentive and integration programs so that those immigrants can feel welcomed.
4.Governments should create programs to protect those immigrants from xenophobic attacks.
5.Believes that all members should make efforts to contain criminals and encourages everyone to contribute with ways to protect innocent people from the suffering of wars.
6.Preserve the right of nations to deny such measures.
7.Declares that National borders must remain protected.
8.Prohibits the imposition of measures but encourages nations to take them.

Approvals: 12 (Mormon Theocracy, ACoolNation, Kimian, Kabob Ducks, New Covina, British North African colonies, Republic Of Hollinsgurd, Salty Rossikaya, DeadSaintCity, Loxahatchi, Angusholliday, Independant Canada)

Status: Lacking Support (requires 98 more approvals)

Voting Ends:

GENERAL ASSEMBLY PROPOSAL
ID: severozapad_1466725232

Limit Robot Use in Industry

A resolution to improve worldwide human and civil rights.
 

Category: Human Rights

Strength: Significant

Proposed by: Severozapad

Description: The world is facing a surge in unemployment due to ever-increasing use of sophisticated machinery in the workplace, replacing perfectly capable human workers.

We propose that the use of all devices and machines that fall into the definition of "robot", i.e. a machine capable of carrying out a complex series of actions automatically, especially one programmable by a computer, be limited by means of taxation and goverment regulations if:

1. The task they perform can be efficiently carried out by a human worker.

2. The task they perform does not pose any significant risks towards the health and safety of a human worker.

This proposal does not apply to military craft.

Approvals: 3 (Eyktima, United Germen States Colony, Angusholliday)

Status: Lacking Support (requires 107 more approvals)

Voting Ends:

GENERAL ASSEMBLY PROPOSAL
ID: arkter_1466768563

Bio-Weapons Act

A resolution to improve world security by boosting police and military budgets.
 

Category: International Security

Strength: Significant

Proposed by: Arkter

Description: NOTING the danger posed by using Bio-Weapons whicn includes: Enviromental Harming, Harming of Civilian's and General Destruction.

REALIZING the fact that Bio-Weapons are weapons of Mass Destruction and pose risks in areas which are deployed with said weapons.

HEREBY
1) DECLARING a imminent ban on chemical weapons. And other forms of weaponry that uses organic substances.

2) REQUIRES all member nations to destroy all chemical weapons.

3) FUTHER REQUIRES that all member nations take counter measures against biological threats.

Approvals: 4 (Awesome1pc2, Acathiel, Eyktima, DeadSaintCity)

Status: Lacking Support (requires 106 more approvals)

Voting Ends:

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