United Nations General Assembly
The committee Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)
United Nations Human Rights Council
United Nations Security Council
The General Assembly is the principal deliberative organ of the United Nations, composed of all member states. Its main function is to serve as a global forum for member countries to discuss and make decisions on a wide range of international issues.
More specifically, the General Assembly plays several important roles. First, it acts as a venue for the 193 Member States to express their various views and concerns on global, regional and national issues, providing a platform for the exchange of ideas and the presentation of diverse perspectives. In addition, the General Assembly participates in the adoption of resolutions and decisions that may cover areas such as peace and international security, sustainable development , human rights, and economic and cultural cooperation.
The possible modification of the UN Charter with the purpose to change the structure of the committee security structure.
Use of UAVs/Drones: ethical and safety challenges of using UAVs in military interventions.
Meet the team
- Saudi Arabia
- Burkina Faso
- South Korea