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President: Miguel Len Tavizon Ambassador: Maria Fernanda Casados Designer: Jos Antonio Parga Tolano Secretary: Andra

Nataly and Elena Sofa

Country: England Date: March 20, 2013

Delegate Country Research Organizer

1.Your Country:


2.How big is your country? (Include square km & ranking):

130,395 km2 ,80th place

Where is it located and what is its neighbors: Its located in Europe and the only neighbor country is Ireland

4.Describe any conflicts or border disputes with neighboring countries:

England doesnt have problems with other countries.

5.Describe other transnational issues your country struggles with:

have problems with companies and factories

6.How does your population compare to other countries? Is it a mostly older or younger population (Include Population Statistics by age groups)? 7.Do you have a lot of people for the country size (Include Population density statistics & world ranking)?

England has 53,013,000 people, 395 per km2

Density: 395 per km, 21 place of population

8.Is the population growing quickly (Include Ranks 21 , 250 people every 4 hours Population growth rate and world ranking)? In England, as all Europe, not many children are born and there are more elderly

9.How healthy are your people (Include world ranking for life expectancy & Infant mortality rate)? 10.What are the primary languages? How many other languages are spoken? How might this affect communication in the country? With other countries? 11.What are the primary religions (Include percentages)? What issues does religion cause within the country? With other countries? 12.How old or young is your country? When and how did it become an independent nation? What recent and historical changes affect its world view? What is the most important person in the countrys history? Why? 13.What kind of government does it have? How will this affect its world view? (How is your government likely to feel about democracy and fair elections?) 14.How wealthy is your country (include GDP and world ranking for GDP)? How wealthy is the average person (include GDP per capita and world ranking for GDP-per capita)? Is it more likely to give or receive foreign aid? Would the aid be more technical or economic?

In England, the people only speak English

The main religion in Britain is Anglicanism which originates from Henry VIII's break with the Roman Church

England became an independent nation in 1776 and was made after a civil war.

The type of government in England is known as a constitutional monarchy

England is one of the world's healthiest countries

15.Describe the economy: Is it mostly capitalist (private businesses) or socialist (centrally planed/government controlled)? Is it mostly agricultural, industrial, or services (technology or tourism)?What are the most important natural resources? Is the economy diversified or dependent on a few key industries (Include industries by order of importance)? Is the economy changing? How? 16.What commodities (imports) does your country need most (Include amount and countries of origin)? 17.What are your countries biggest exports? Where are they sent? need (Include amount and countries of destination)

The Bank of England, founded in 1694 by Scottish banker William Paterson, is the UK's central bank. Since it was founded as a private bank acted oara the government of England and continued in this role for the Government of the United Kingdom, until it was nationalized in 1946.

Manufactures and food

Germany ,USA and France

18.How developed is your country (Include your countrys Human Developing Index The country of England is and HDI world ranking)? How equally is a developed country and has the world's your countrys income distributed (include sixth-largest economy by nominal GINI Index and World Ranking)? How might your countrys level of development and income inequality affect its worldview? 19.What regional-cultural-economic and military associations does your country have? (Example: The United States is regionally North American/ Western. Its culturally diverse and independent with strong European influences. Economically it is a member of the G-8, G-12, World Bank and several other worldwide economic organizations. Militarily it has many different alliances the most important of which is the North Atlantic Treaty Organization that includes most European Countries.) 20.Based on spending, what does your country value most: Health, Military, or Education (Include GNP % for each)?

Military associations: Army, Navy, Air Force, Military Police. the creative industries

has replacedthat of the cultural industries with significant effects in terms of policy and
recognition bymainstream government agencies at local, regional and national levels.

GNP Health:15place GNP Military:11 place

21.What human rights issues does your country have? What does your government say about these issues? What do other countries and international organizations say about these issues? 22.What ethnic and minority issues does your country have? How much political and legal equality is there for minority groups? How much social and economic equality is there for minority groups? 23.How much political and legal equality is there for women? How much social and economic equality is there for women? 24.What legal freedoms if any do your citizens lack? (Examples: Free legal aid, public trials, innocent until proven guilty, due process, freedom from arbitrary search & seizure, freedom from torture, etc.)from torture, etc.) 25.What legal freedoms do you officially have that other countries and international organizations say you dont protect?

Of the eight banks authorised to issue banknotes in the UK, only the Bank of England can issue banknotes in England and Wales, where its notes are legal tender. Bank of England notes are not legal tender in Scotland and Northern Ireland, but are accepted there along with other notes.

In England ,the most discriminated people are the black people

Womens Economic Opportunity Index: 14/113

The right to Freedom of religion in the United Kingdom is provided for in all three constituent legal systems, by devolved, national, European, and international law and treaty