United Nations Security Council
The Situation in Lybia
Embodying the United Nations' commitment to global security, the UN Security Council was established on October 24th 1945 to protect and maintain peace in the international community. Under the UN Charter, it is the only body in which Member States are mandated to comply with council decisions. The Security Council takes the lead in determining the existence of a threat to the peace or act of aggression. It aims to settle disputes peacefully by calling upon the parties in question and recommending methods or terms of settlement. However, the body also has the power to take punitive measures through the use of complete or partial interruption of economic relations and the severance of diplomatic relations, or even authorize military intervention.
Disarmament and International Security Committee
Combatting the Rise of Cyber Warfare and Cyber Terrorism in Africa and the Middle East | Addressing the Illicit Transactional Movement of Small Arms
Disarmament and International Security (DISEC) is the First Committee of the United Nations, addressing international matters regarding disarmament and threats to global peace. In order to seek out solutions to the “challenges in the international security regime,” DISEC works to encourage discussion of peace and security between nations to promote government disarmament, to coordinate cooperative agreements, and to increase stability through the regulation of armaments.
Economical and Financial Committee
Oil shock pertaining to the pandemic | Equitable economic growth in developing countries
The Economic and Financial committee is one of the six main committees under the United Nations General Assembly. As the name states, since the establishment in 1945, this committee has been responsible for handling economical and financial matters that arise. Its main goal is to promote sustainable economic growth while maintaining peace and friendly relations worldwide, especially encouraging interdependence between nations. It targets to eradicate poverty, provide financial stability in developing nations and promoting an economic environment, through methods, including but not limited to, by providing countries with financial aid and decreasing economic exclusion. Furthermore, it is also aiming towards utilizing technology in future economic development.