General Assembly Resolutions
Since the rise of the World Assembly from the ashes of its predecessor, the Bureaucracy That Cannot Be Named, WA member nations have worked tirelessly to improve the standard of the world. That, or tried to force other nations to be more like them. But that's just semantics.
Below is every World Assembly resolution ever passed.
General Assembly Resolution # 286
A resolution to improve worldwide human and civil rights.
BELIEVING in the reproductive rights of all individuals,
ACKNOWLEDGING that individuals may have cultural or religious misgivings regarding termination of pregnancy,
BEMOANING the fact that some nations codify such misgivings without regard for the freedom of the individuals to choose,
YEARNING to put the choice of whether or not to give birth firmly in the control of each individual;
THE WORLD ASSEMBLY
RECOGNISES that the termination of pregnancy is a medical procedure, with all the rights and protections afforded to such a practice,
MANDATES that Member Nations recognise the right of all individuals to have their pregnancies terminated through safe, openly accessible procedures,
DEMANDS that Member Nations prohibit any impediment to the termination of pregnancy that is not applied to medical procedures of similar risk and complexity,
REQUIRES Member Nations to ensure protection from targeted animosity to providers and patients of the procedures covered by this resolution,
PERMITS Member Nations to enact policies encouraging individuals to allow live delivery of their offspring, provided such policies do not ultimately hinder the individual from terminating their pregnancy,
SUGGESTS that Member Nations encouraging live deliveries take unwanted offspring into their own care.
General Assembly Resolution # 287
A resolution to promote funding and the development of education and the arts.
The World Assembly,
Recognizing the abundance of sites with cultural significance within member nations and the need to preserve them for future generations,
Acknowledging the World Assembly as the perfect medium to assist with such preservation,
1. Hereby creates the World Assembly Trust for Cultural Heritage(WATCH),
2. Empowers the WATCH to perform the following actions:
a. Designate sites, in consultation with the nation housing said site, as culturally relevant,
b. Create an archive including, but not limited to, visual, verbal, and literary works that pertain to culturally relevant sites,
c. Recommend specific preservation practices to nations for their culturally relevant sites,
d. Fulfill requests by nations to assist in the preservation of sites when the nation in question is unable to do so,
3. Urges nations to follow the preservation recommendations of the WATCH,
4. Encourages all nations to make a good faith effort to preserve their culturally relevant sites, and to assist other nations in the preservation of their culturally relevant sites,
5. Mandates that nations shall take all reasonable precautions to avoid unnecessary damage to sites the WATCH has deemed culturally relevant,
6. Further mandates that nations shall not willingly use culturally relevant sites to house military or intelligence assets,
7. Requires the WATCH to grant exemptions in good faith to the protections and requirements of sections 5 and 6 for a site currently used as an intelligence or military asset in order to preserve its use as such.
General Assembly Resolution # 288
A resolution to reduce income inequality and increase basic welfare.
Category: Social Justice
Proposed by: Elke and Elba
The World Assembly,
UNDERSTANDING that sanitation is vital to the health and well-being of all people, and that when neglected, is a detriment to human life and may result in widespread outbreaks of disease,
BELIEVING that it is the duty of both member nations and the World Assembly to see that measures towards ensuring adequate sanitation are achieved,
FURTHER BELIEVING that it is a right of all people to equitable access to sanitation,
EXPANDS the mandate of the World Health Authority (WHA) to include the following:
a) Directing all appropriate funds towards investigating the causes of poor sanitation in member nations, researching solutions, and utilizing all appropriate resources to assist member nations in dealing with poor sanitary conditions and the consequences thereof,
b) Sharing all research and relevant information with member nations in an effort to mitigate the causes of poor sanitation,
c) Advising member nations based on the aforementioned research measures,
d) Funding and directing education measures, in coordination with the governments of member nations and other relevant institutions that promote improving sanitation;
REQUIRES that member nations shall take all measures practical, reasonable and necessary in providing a safe level of sanitation for their inhabitants, including but not limited to, constructing adequate solid waste management systems and ensuring access to public sanitation facilities;
MANDATES that all member nations must freely provide educational material on the importance of sanitation;
ENCOURAGES member nations to work cooperatively with both one another and non-member nations to improve regional access to sanitation, the quality of sanitation, and other objectives regarding improved sanitation;
REQUESTS that member nations offer incentives for innovations and solutions to solve sanitation problems, and;
STRONGLY URGES member nations to set prices for publicly sponsored sanitation operations in such a manner so as to make them as affordable as feasible.
This resolution includes significant contributions made by Sciongrad.
General Assembly Resolution # 289
A resolution to improve world security by boosting police and military budgets.
Category: International Security
Proposed by: Sciongrad
The General Assembly,
Reaffirming the right of member nations to defend themselves with a well equipped military,
Understanding, however, that radiological weapons serve no practical or effective military purpose, and that such weapons are more suitable for the goals of pariah states and terrorist groups,
Believing that banning such weapons will be conducive to international peace,
And to this end resolves;
1. "Radiological weapon" shall be defined as any conventional weapon designed or intended to spread radiological substances; furthermore, "radiological substance" shall be defined as any radioactive material with the capacity to be used in the construction of a radiological weapon;
2. Member nations shall be prohibited from constructing, developing, or possessing radiological weapons under any circumstances; the transfer of such weapons between a member nation and another party shall also be prohibited, excepting instances where the transfer is for the purpose of decommissioning said weapons;
3. Member nations shall take all measures practical and necessary to prohibit the transfer or sale of radiological substances from within their nation to another party if there is reasonable suspicion that such a party may intend on contravening the provisions and intent of this resolution;
4. The use of radiological weapons shall be prohibited under all circumstances;
5. The World Assembly Disaster Bureau shall have its mandate expanded to include the following:
Assisting in the process of decommissioning radiological weapons, at the request of member nations, and to facilitate and oversee the transfer of radiological weapons from member nations that lack the technological capabilities necessary to decommission such weapons to member nations that do possess such capabilities,
Assisting member nations in recovering from the consequences of a radiological attack,
Liaising with member nations, when appropriate, to develop response plans in case of a radiological attack which may include, but shall not be limited to, procedures for evacuation and decontamination and training disaster relief and response personnel;
6. Member nations shall be required to monitor and review activities within their jurisdiction when there is reason to suspect that such activities will result in the misuse of radiological weapons and shall further be required to apprehend such activities using all means necessary and practical;
7. Nothing in this resolution shall be construed as placing any limitations on the possession, development, or use of nuclear weapons.
General Assembly Resolution # 290
A resolution to increase the quality of the world's environment, at the expense of industry.
The General Assembly:
Aware that species diversity is an irreplaceable part of our natural world, and that nations are constantly deriving new medical, scientific, recreational, social and economic uses from our world's biodiversity;
Recognizing that all nations have a duty to protect and conserve the world's biodiversity for future generations;
Noting that conservation of migratory animals requires the concerted efforts of every nation with jurisdiction over any part of the animals' migratory path;
Resolved that nations can and should work together to conserve and protect migratory animal species;
Hereby enacts the following provisions:
1. Notes that, as used in this act, migration refers to the forseeable, seasonal movement of an animal from one area to another on a greater scale than its normal daily activities;
2. Directs each member nation to catalog the migratory animal species that:
inhabit the member nation's territory between periods of migration, or
pass through the member nation's territory during migration;
3. Mandates that, where a migratory animal species ranges or migrates across international borders, member nations must collaborate with other nations to preserve and protect the animal's habitat and migratory path;
4. Requires member nations to restrain individuals, businesses, and organizations within their jurisdiction from unreasonably degrading the integrity of migratory animal populations living in, or traveling through, the territory of any nation;
5. Urges member nations to exchange research data on migratory animal species with other nations;
6. Clarifies that, notwithstanding any other provision of this act, member nations may take reasonable actions to deter migratory animals from damaging or destroying property, or becoming pests. Furthermore, invasive migratory species are not covered by the protections of this act.