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PostSubject: Re: Philippines' birth control   Sun Oct 24, 2010 8:36 pm

The delegate of China would like to point out that, China is in favor of this resolution because we understand the reasoning for these actions, for we have done the same in our country.
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PostSubject: Re: Philippines' birth control   Sun Oct 24, 2010 8:45 pm

Also the delegation of China would like to recommend these methods of birth control to other countries so that we can guarantee a better future for our future generations, where the health is of a better quality.
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PostSubject: Re: Philippines' birth control   Thu Nov 04, 2010 8:53 am

Delegates, I totally understand your point. Taking in consideration for example in India, where many of the families have more babies until they have a baby boy, since they believe having a boy can retain the roots of the family, being so a cultural belief, leading to overpopulations and poverty. What it is really concerning many of the countries, are its effects, in the over growth of the populations, creating problems regarding health, life conditions, economy, environment and many other issues. What the delegates of Philippines are trying to present are solutions, taking all factors into account and considering the countries' conditions and cultural beliefs. Also and only ensure the best for the people and the sustainable development and welfare of the nations. Its important to all citizens have their beliefs respected, but its also a matter of responsibility to put a child in the world. They should not me obligated or forced to go against their religion or belief, but they should be conscious of the consequences and take in consideration their conditions of living and what they can afford. In order to alarm the population of these facts, there should be campaigns and help of the government to alleviate this issue and prevent its aggravation.
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PostSubject: Re: Philippines' birth control   Thu Nov 04, 2010 11:57 pm

The country of Phillipines could start organizing a campaign of seminars and speeches to create conscience on the people of their own countries and others. The use of influential people/celebrities/world leaders is of great importance, for it leads the role of convincing the population that they should be aware of the situation in the country, overpopulation, diseases and all the problems that can come with the lack of birth control, issue that the Phillipines is addressing. An unification of the Asian countries should occur because Asia has a serious issue with overpopulation like in countries such as China and India too, and something must indeed be done.

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PostSubject: Re: Philippines' birth control   Tue Nov 09, 2010 10:57 am

Yes delegate, the Philippines proposes organizations to make the people aware of not only the issue, but also how to prevent unwanted births, its consequences and to instruct them in order to control birth rate. It’s also important to implement health classes in schools in the early grades, since making children conscious will lead to educated adults. There are also proposals in suggesting nations to invest in advertisement; launch TV/radios campaign with leading personalities, which would alarm and convince the people. These are only some solutions the delgation suggests the Asian countries. The Philippines looks forward in nations to consider and develop these actions in order to control birth rate and prevent other severe issues.
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PostSubject: Re: Philippines' birth control   Tue Nov 09, 2010 8:15 pm

Dear delegates,

Yes, birth control is important for a country, and yes, China is in favor of this, but what will the delegate do about the
catholics who are against birth control in the Philippines? Analyze the following, my dear delegates: Philippines have a
population of about 99,900,177, and of that population, 80.9% is Roman Catholic, and according to the Roman Catholics,
birth control methods such as condoms are a sin and an offense to god. Not all 80.9% of the Roman Catholics are against
birth controls, but a huge part of them are. Is the delegate planning to just FORCE the citizens of the Philippines to use a condom
or a pill or just suggest? The people of Philippines are against birth controls, so why make a resolution to support it? Yes, it is an issue,
and yes it should be taken care of, but making people contradict their religious beliefs is not the answer.

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The Delegation of China.
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PostSubject: Re: Philippines' birth control   Wed Nov 10, 2010 12:11 pm

Delegate of China, responding your question, Philippines would make a resolution supporting birth control for the same reasons China implemented the one child-policy in its country. Why let this situation that is harming the country, aggravate? Yes, more than 80% of the population belongs to the Roman Catholic Church and most are against birth control. The delegate would like to emphasize that we are not FORCING and making methods mandatory, but only suggesting and making it accessible for those who want. It only views the best for the population, making a better place for people to live.
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PostSubject: Re: Philippines' birth control   Wed Nov 10, 2010 10:02 pm

No developing or developed country can afford to have severe overpopulation for long in the modern world economic system. Its also important to take in consideration that Philippines's resolution SUGGESTeach nation to implement its own child policy, as China did, which would determine a number of child per family. This number would vary for each country and it would reflect in the economy, poverty rate, cultural and religious beliefs. Many countries have cultures or religious beliefs regarding the freedom of reproductive choice and are againts methods of birth control, therefore, this system is only suggested if they are under their conceptions of beliefs, since it would be mandatory for the whole population. It is unlikely that China would have achieved such great economic success if it had been unable to control its population problem.
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PostSubject: Re: Philippines' birth control   Thu Nov 11, 2010 7:37 pm

EXACTLY, countries that are not being affected of overpopulation or that do not need birth control methods does not mean that they will not support this resolution. They would be acting selfish and not viewing others perspectives taking in considertion the suffering of other countries. This resolution suggest countries that are being heavily affected by this problem to take actions proposed as soon as possible. While, other countries should not only be encouraging, but also take some actions too; to prevent this issue in their nation. Its better to prevent, than to suffer consequences afterwards when the problem is already growing. These little actions are the big effects in changes.
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PostSubject: Re: Philippines' birth control   Fri Nov 12, 2010 1:56 pm

Delegate of Philippines,

The delegation of Cambodia fully supports this resolution since it is important for countries to encourage the implementation of the birth control. The delegate believes that the child policy is the best way to diminish the overpopulation in some places. Keep in mind that this policy will only work if it acts with the culture and beliefs of each country. This resolution will be important for countries to prevent the overpopulation and by acting now they won’t have future problems.
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PostSubject: Re: Philippines' birth control   Fri Nov 12, 2010 4:51 pm

Delegates,

This problem isn't very different from many other issues, but you delegates from Philippines should take into consideration mother's wishes so this campain would not be that agressive, because this problem is dealing with someones body, think about it delegates!
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