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Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)

1. Corruption as an obstacle to reducing poverty
2. Measures to support democratic development in Libya
3. Ensuring access to education in poor rural and remote areas
4. Measures to protect artifacts and antiquities that are of importance to all humanity

ECOSOC! Corruption affects poverty.

Percentage of users who report paying a bribe to at least one of nine service providers in the past year- China 9%

Bribe payers index- china 6.5/10 the higher the score the more clean you are.

Corruption Perceptions Index 2011 - china 3.6/10 The higher the score the more clean the country is, china is below 5.0 showing its corruption levels are very high.

Corruption (definition) The abuse of entrusted power for personal gain.
Poverty (definition) Families with less than a $1 a day are in extreme poverty.
Bribery (definition) An offer or receipt of any gift, loan, fee, reward or other advantage to or from any person as and inducement to do something which is illegal or a breach of trust, in the conduct of the enterprise business.
Extortion (definition) Threatening others into giving bribes.

Corruption causing poverty: If you have all of this money and resources being spent among rich or middle class people and not to the poor and needy which really need the money, the vicious cycle of corruption begins. People bribe to get away from things the easy way, or to enter somewhere, may be to do harm to someone else but for every penny spent on bribery and mischief why not use that money or resources on poor people. All of the poor people that live below the poverty line need a chance to stand out but they lack the money and resources to do so, china has a rank of 3.6/10 in corruption meaning that it is one of the most corrupt countries, that is a lot of money and resources being spent on bribes. Poor people use the little money they have to gain access to basic necessities of life, spending at least a portion of the money used in bribes would allow access to education to all these poor people leading to knowledge of corruption and its bad effects which leads to less corruption that finalizes in lower levels of corruption, and more money flowing to those who truly need it. Corruption also leads to higher prices in everything. Corruption also counteract any humanitarian or any type of help because corruption takes all the money and resources away from it and gives it to the fat corporate bosses and rulers. How to solve it? Quick and gather a task force of experts and civilian anti corruption campaign leaders and crack down any corruption in the world a and for every one captured use the bribed money to help the cause of cracking down corrupted links. Also raise awareness of the subject through strong propaganda campaigns on major TV, Radio, and Internet media outlets.

Democratic support towards Libya?

Population: 6.5 Million (UN, 2010)

Capital: Tripoli

Area: 1.77 million sq km

Major Language: Arabic

Major Religion: Islam

GNI per capita: US$ 12,020 (World Bank, 2009)

Major exports: Crude Oil, Petroleum products and natural gas

After 9-10 of early protests escalating into Libyan troops firing upon un-armed civvies to violent uprising and guerrilla fighting across Libya and NATO led airstrikes upon Qaddafi's troops. To an organized rebellion and the capture of Qaddafi and a free Libya.
List of actions taken upon Libya by the UN:

1. 26 February 2011 - (Resolution 1970) - "The security council expresses grave concern at the situation in the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya and demands an immediate end to the violence and calls for steps to fulfill the legitimate demands of the population.

2. 17 March 2011 - The security council expresses grave concern at the deteriorating situation, the escalation of violence, and the heavy civilian causalities and demands the immediate establishment of cease-fire and a complete end to violence

3. 16 September 2011 - (Resolution 2009) - The security council decides to establish a United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL)

4. 27 October 2011 - (Resolution 2016) - The security council welcomes the positive developments in Libya and looks forward to the swift establishment of an inclusive, representative transitional government of Libya

5. 31 October 2011 (Resolution 2017) - The Security Council calls upon the Libyan authorities to take all necessary steps to prevent the proliferation of the arms and related material of all types to ensure their proper custody. as well as to meet Libya's arms control, disarmament and non-proliferation obligations under International law.

Ways to help with the democratic movement.
Ensure that everything is happening in a lawful manner, keep international law in mind at all times in any action taken in Libya, encourage other countries to trade more with Libya, open trade with Libya, disarm non military or government/private organization. Ensure corruption doesn't happen and that leaders don't take more than they are legally allowed and must propose to the UN before changing a law or amendment, and must follow the Geneva conventions.

Ensuring access to educations on poor areas.