•Reforming the international monetary system: promoting growth and stability in lower economically developed countries
•Ethically and sustainably sourced produce and agricultural for a rapidly growing population

The World Trade Organization (WTO) is a cooperation in United Nations, where governments use the organization to establish, revise, and enforce the rules that govern international trade. The WTO is the world’s largest international economic organization, with 164 member states representing over 98% of global trade and global GDP. With the recent growth of our population it also correlates to our world economy but it is up to us if this correlation is negative or positive. By this we must adapt and change accordingly while helping those countries whose economy is lower than the rest. With the participation of our delegates we hope to find collaborative solutions to these worldwide problems.