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 1,043 Regional Delegates, a proposal needs 63 approvals to achieve quorum.
Security Council Proposal
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
Security Council Resolution #245 “Liberate KAISERREICH” shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
The Security Council,
Noting that at the time of its passage Security Council Resolution 245 (SC#245) was targeted at a region widely regarded as having Nazi/fascist tendencies;
Pointing out that the region's founder nation, Scansinia, is still around in full control of the community more than two years later despite the belief that the nation would be destroyed through either internal rebellion or the will of the almighty Violet;
Believing that since the passage of SC#245 Kaiserreich has improved on its widely held status of being a proponent of Nazi/Fascist ideology, being officially removed from the list of Nazi regions maintained by Civil Defence Siren as a base to warn innocent nations away from evil regions;
Acknowledging that at the time of the passage of SC#245 Kaiserreich had almost thirty World Assembly nations within its borders, a number which over the last two years has dwindled to under fifteen, making Kaiserreich a region which no longer poses a serious threat to regions different than theirs;
Further Believing that the Liberation had an effect upon the regional community, and that that effect will remain even after it is removed by this repeal resolution;
Hereby Repeals Security Council Resolution #245.
General Assembly Proposal
A resolution to enact uniform standards that protect workers, consumers, and the general public.
Area of Effect: Labour Rights
Proposed by: Cretox State
The World Assembly,
Understanding the importance of an economically and socially secure working class to long-term economic growth,
Believing that said security does not need to be mutually exclusive with the decision to raise a family or the need to maintain good health, and
Wishing to ensure that working people in all member nations have access to paid leave and job security in order to care for themselves and their loved ones, without unduly disrupting the operations of their employers, hereby:
Defines for the purposes of this resolution:
a "worker" as any individual bound by a contract to perform work or services for an employer, whose employment contract mandates the work or services be performed specifically by that worker, involves an obligation for the worker to perform work and the employer to provide it, and implies the employer having some degree of control over the manner in which the work is performed; and
"paid leave" as time during which a worker is not required to perform the work or services specified in their employment contract and receives:
compensation sufficient to financially support themselves and their dependents, to be provided by the government of a member nation;
all employment-related benefits which would otherwise be provided to that worker, to be provided by their employer; and
the guaranteed ability to return to the same or a comparable job after the conclusion of paid leave, should their employer reasonably be able to provide such;
Declares that member nations must provide workers who request such with a reasonable duration of paid leave to the extent necessary to adequately service any of the following conditions:
to care for a new child due to childbirth, adoption, or placement of said child in foster care should the child require such care;
to care for a seriously ill or physically or mentally disabled spouse, child below the age of majority, parent, grandparent, or dependent should they require such care; or
to recover from their own serious illness;
Forbids employers from discriminating or retaliating against workers for requesting or taking paid leave pursuant to section 2 of this resolution; such retaliation including:
not returning said workers to the same or a comparable job;
reducing compensation or benefits; or
disciplining said workers;
Requires that workers:
give their employer reasonable notice in the event of a foreseeable birth or adoption; and
alert their employer of serious health conditions that are the reason for their requesting paid leave if practicable;
employers may not impose unnecessarily onerous conditions on the granting of paid leave;
any additional conditions by an employer on the granting of paid leave are to be implemented and enforced at the employer's expense;
member nations may place the burden of providing financial compensation to workers over the duration of paid leave on said workers' employer should the employer be capable of providing such without significant financial strain; and
employers, member nations, and World Assembly resolutions may implement policies granting workers more expansive paid leave than provided for by this resolution.
General Assembly Proposal
A resolution to improve worldwide human and civil rights.
Category: Civil Rights
Proposed by: Free Las Pinas
The World Assembly,
Noting the importance of accessible infrastructure - particularly in the spheres of health, education, and communications - in allowing people with disabilities to effectively exercise their rights;
Concerned that, in addition to ableism, many people with disabilities regularly face discrimination and disadvantage on other grounds (such as race, sex, age, and - for most - low income); and
Recognising that - while legislation alone cannot serve to completely eradicate discrimination - an internationally recognized disability code to remedy the social disadvantages of people with disabilities and promote their equal participation in all spheres of life would be of at least some benefit in achieving that goal, hereby:
Requires member states to:
Amend or annul national laws, and condemn or criminalize norms and procedures, which empower discrimination on the grounds of disability;
Ensure that all people with disabilities within their jurisdiction can have easy and affordable access to assistive technologies, housing programs, and mental health support services;
Ensure, in law and in practice, that no qualified applicants and employees for any job are subjected to different terms and conditions, privileges, incentives, or allowances in their occupation due to being disabled;
Guarantee, to all people with disabilities, the right to know whatever meticulous details pertaining to their disability that their health care provider does, and ensure that health care providers explain their patient's medical condition to the best of their ability;
Establish an adequate system of special education for those with visual or hearing impairments or those who have intellectual disabilities; and
Provide appropriate financial assistance to all economically-marginalized students with disabilities who genuinely seek to pursue tertiary education;
Encourages member states to:
Promote universal social awareness and acceptance of people with disabilities across the population; and
Utilize and conduct research to allow products and facilities to be used by anyone without the need for significant reworks and modifications;
Affirms that a person with a disability is one who has been declared so and whose disabilities have been determined by a health care provider.
Co-authored by Tinhampton
General Assembly Proposal
A resolution to increase the quality of the world's environment, at the expense of industry.
Industry Affected: Agriculture
Proposed by: Ashburnia
1.The Agricultural Industries will be given less power
2.Eating Dogs will be outlawed
3.A Future Resolution may be passed repealing this one
4.Dogs will be listed as an Endangered Species
5.0.5% of the GDP must go to making sure all dogs have suitable living conditions