General Assemblies

The General Assembly is the primary policy-making organ of the United Nations and plays a pivotal role in the representation of global nation-states in various critical matters of world politics. These nation-states work effortlessly via cooperation and diplomacy to construct resolutions detailing solutions to pertinent global issues, while also tending to their administrative responsibilities, which include overseeing the United Nations budget, appointing members to the Security Council, and selecting the Secretary-General.

 

DISARMAMENT AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY

Topic A: Preventing Spillover Violence in Civil Conflict

Topic B: Concerns of the Use of Aerial Unmanned Vehicles

The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization

Topic A: The Implementation of Technology in Educational Curriculums

Topic B: The Protection of Indigenous Languages and Culture

Special Political Decolonization

Topic A: International Cooperation for the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space

Topic B: Relief for Palestinian Refugees in the Near East

Economic and Financial Committee

Topic A: Combating Brain Drain

Topic B: Increasing the Availability of Financial Services in Developing Nations

 

UN Habitat

Topic A: Urban Development and Enhanced Security of Communities with Migrant Populations

Topic B: Decreasing Global Supply and Sanitation of Water

 

Social, Humanitarian, and Cultural

Topic A: Reconstruction Following the Sri Lankan Civil War

Topic B: Freedom of Expression and Access to Media in Asia

 

Legal

Topic A: Disputes Over the South China Sea

Topic B: Intellectual Property Theft

 

United Nations Human Rights Council

Topic A: Humanitarian Aid to Warzones

Topic B: International Rights for LGBTQ+ Peoples