Advanced (Councils)

Security Council

Security council committee
The SC is the only committee, which can pass legally binding resolutions and deploy humanitarian and military missions, but it is also the only one where some countries posses veto powers. The challenge is making the best of the former, while working around the latter.

Topic 1:

Resolving the political crisis in the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia relating to the uprisings in the Tigray, Oromia, and Benishangul-Gumuz regions.

Human Rights Council

Human right council committee
The United Nations was founded on the prospect of the promotion of human rights. Unfortunately, most member countries did not get the memo, and continue to violate the human rights. The HCR has special authorization to launch public awareness campaigns, and send communications (official letters, which inform of human rights violations, and encourage their stoppage, being sent to governments, IGOs, NGOs, and companies). It is up to the delegates to make the most of these limited tools.

Topic 1:

Addressing the violations of human rights caused by inter-racial hatred especially in multi-ethnic states.

Topic 2:

Addressing the status of human rights of drug dealers and drug users.

North Atlantic Council

NATO council committee
The executive body of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the NAC is responsible for the upholding of the North Atlantic Treaty. NATO has consistently been dealing with security threats, many of them coming from the east. In 2022 the countries of NATO are threatened once again by the Russian Federation, and they must come up with a comprehensive defense strategy.

Topic 1:

The crisis in Ukraine.

Intermediate (GA committees)

Special Political and Decolonization Committee of the GA

Special Political and Decolonization Committee of the GA
A part of the General Assembly of the United Nations, SPECPOL has the important task of creating solutions to issues caused by decolonization, and other special political issues.

Topic 1:

Assesing the suggestion of diplomatic recognition of the Taliban.

Topic 2:

Suggesting an efficient way of maintaining truthful information, while limiting false information.

Economic and Financial Committee of the GA

Economic and Financial Committee of the GA
With all the buzz around war and politics, many easily forget, that the UN is also an economic institution. Although not legally binding in any way, its resolutions act as guideline for the IMF, the World Bank, and the funding and spending of just about all UN missions and institutions.

Topic 1:

Discussing the consideration of import tariffs as a legitimate way to raise “infant industries”.

Topic 2:

Considering the benefits and harms of offering development aid to undemocratic regimes.

Beginner (ECOSOC commissions)

Commission on the Status of Women of ECOSOC

Commission on the Status of Women of ECOSOC
The only diplomatic body of the UN, directly tasked with promoting gender equality, the CSW tries to discriminatory barriers to the advancement of women’s rights. It considers direct sexist legislation and behavior, but more often than that it approaches issues, that concern everyone, but disproportionately affect women.

Topic 1:

Discussing the accessibility of reproductive rights.

Topic 2:

Considering legislation concerning prostitution.

Commission on Population and Development of ECOSOC

Commission on Population and Development of ECOSOC
In our fast-changing world, the CPD is here to assess changes in demographics, such as population pyramid deviations, urbanization, migration, and others. These issues are less controversial than most others discussed, so instead of arguing, the delegates are more likely to want to arrive at actual solutions.

Topic 1:

Addressing the issue of wealth segregation in metropolis.

Topic 2:

Discussing integration of immigrants in host societies.

A word about countries

We tried our best to make each and every country in the matrix somehow engaging and related to the issue, there are no beginner or advanced countries, only committees.
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