Since 1947 when the Commission was born, the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) has come a long way in setting international standards and goals for gender equality around the world. As the most prominent international body addressing global inconsistencies in the treatment of women, this General Assembly plans to address an array of intersectional gender-related issues. During the Commission’s annual two-week session, multi-year programs of work are adopted in order to address and progress previous actions of the body. The most prominent issues being addressed at the 2020 session promote the full realization of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Henceforth, this committee's topics will be centered on finding intersectional solutions that relate to the many other SDGs that the UN promotes. Through the first topic, delegates will address labor practices around the world, and will address how to involve women more equally and equitably in the workforce. Through the second topic, delegates will address gender divides in STEM education, and how to make STEM education more accessible throughout the world.