The United Nations Commission for Social Development (CSocD) was established by the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) in 1946 as a subsidiary committee to advise its main body on general social policies, along with concentrating on social topics not primarily focused on by ECOSOC. CSocD’s main mission is to confront inequalities and deterrents to social inclusion, through economic, income and social protection policies. The commission focuses on a wide range of issues believed to intensify global social distress and instability in less developed countries, matters such as the marginalization of the disabled, malnutrition, organized crime, etc. During its annual session, CSocD’s forty-six members gather to discuss solutions of encouraged government policies and how to integrate the use of NGOs to best help solve the problems at hand on an international scale. Similar solutions will be discussed concerning this committee’s topics. Corruption in Education, as the first topic, will require members to strategize the most efficient method to track stealing and malpractices deterring the progress of educations systems worldwide and solutions to solve aforementioned deterrents. For the second topic, Addressing Mental Health Needs within Rural Areas, the committee must collaborate in creating methods to confront psychological distress rural inhabitants may endure, predominantly in developing countries, with regards to increasing access to effective mental health care.