Committees

 

Difficulty Scale

★ - Beginner

★ ★ ★ - Moderate 

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ - Advanced

GA1: Disarmament and International Security ★ ★ ★

The General Assembly 1st committee, also known as “DISEC”, addresses issues related to disarmament, international security and nuclear proliferation. The committee’s works aim to uphold a basic level of security and reduce the imminent threat of weapons of mass destruction.

The debates held in GA1 fall perfectly in line with this year’s theme “Paving Unity, Pioneering Acceptance”, as they revolve around international security threats affecting the global community. By alleviating the strain caused by arms and weapons on international relations, the debates set the stage for negotiations driven by cooperation and mutual understanding.

 

GA3: Social, Humanitarian, and Cultural Committee

The General Assembly 3rd committee, also known as “SOCHUM”, structures its agenda around topics of social, humanitarian and cultural nature that concern people from all around the world. The committee provides a platform for countries to tackle questions that touch upon human rights and other issues of social development.

The debates held in GA3 fall perfectly in line with this year’s theme “Paving Unity, Pioneering Acceptance”, as they intend to bridge the divide among communities of different race, genders and traditions.

 

Interpol ★ ★ ★ ★ (Double Delegation)

The International Criminal Police Organization, also known as “INTERPOL”, tackles issues related to Counter-Terrorism, Cybercrime and Transnational Organized Crime. The Organization aims to enhance the cooperation between police departments of different countries in order to maximize the efficiency of crime prevention.

The debates held in INTERPOL fall perfectly in line with this year’s theme “Paving Unity, Pioneering Acceptance”, as they strategize for a coordinated global response to terrorism and international criminal networks.

 

Historical Security Council ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

The Historical Security Council, also known as “HSC”, is an alternative version of the United Nations Security Council, where the topics tackle past events related to a specific time period. The committee is the primary body responsible for maintaining stability and peace and solving conflicts that arise among countries.

The debates held in HSC fall perfectly in line with this year’s theme “Paving Unity, Pioneering Acceptance”, as they directly address divisive issues that can lead to disputes and armed conflicts among the international community.