Motion Archive

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This House supports the policy of environmental relocation.

Environmental relocation is a policy of moving rural communities from areas that are prone to natural disasters, and of spending on environmental protection only in densely populated areas that are vulnerable. It is mostly implemented in several south-east Asian nations e.g. Indonesia and Thailand.

Hükümet, ırkçı politik kampanyalar düzenleyenleri o dönemde, siyaseten aktif oldukları bölgelerde işlenen tüm nefret suçlarından iştirakten sorumlu tutarak yargılar.

HSK Göçmenlere, bulundukları ülkeler tarafından, belirli bir süre askerlik yapmaları karşılığında vatandaşlık verilmelidir.

THBT the feminist movement should seek equal gender representation across all sectors, Including in low-paid or labour-intensive jobs (e.g. construction, the army)

THBT parents should not use technology to monitor their children.

There has been a growth in the number of apps that allow parents to monitor their children's online activity e.g. apps like "360life" which monitor their location and provide updates when their children visit certain places. This is in addition to existing technology which allows parents to monitor their children's internet and communications activity.

HSK tarih boyunca başarılı olmuş sanatçıların, bilim insanlarının biyografilerinde ve bu kişilerle ilgili yapılan haberlerde düzenli uyuşturucu kullandıkları bilgisinin verilmesi yasaklanmalıdır.

THBT countries should heavily prioritise the ability for migrants to assimilate when assessing and deciding on residency status

THR sharing culture

"sharing culture" is the growing phenomenon by which individuals put more private aspects of themselves online through social media such as facebook, instagram and youtube

THW break up the big 5 tech giants

The big five tech giants are, Amazon, Google, Microsoft, Apple and facebook

This House Would give Money to Individuals rather than Charities

When people donate money, they often give to charitable organisations (e.g. Children in Need). However, money from these donations does not usually go directly to the individual, since the charity has to pay for staff, events, and other running costs. The alternative is giving money to individuals (e.g. giving money to a busker or homeless person). This goes directly to the individual but does not provide organized services (e.g. foodbanks or homeless shelters). There is less money given directly to individuals than to charitable organisations overall.