Security Council (UNSC)
The Security Council (UNSC) is the most powerful decision-making body of the UN. With fifteen members (five of them permanent, and ten of them non-permanent), the Security Council has for instance the power to authorise military intervention and international sanctions. The Security Council is a small committee for experienced delegates.
- Reviewing existing policies to ensure UN member state accountability and integrity
- The situation in the Gaza Strip
Delegates: Send your position papers by October 26 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Occupation: Final-year Economics student at the University of Manchester
MUN Experience: Been doing MUN across Europe and South America for almost three years now. This will be my 20th conference
Hobbies: Huge fan of music and philosophy freak
Fun Fact: I was tricked into attending my first MUN conference.
Occupation: Graduate Student at LSE, Trade Policy Advisor to KNCCI
MUN Experience: 30+ Conferences, 9+ Years, 18 Cities
Hobbies: Football, Art, Jazz and Travels
Fun Fact: I’m a walking advertisement for East Africa