Disarmament and International Security (DiSec):
The Committee on Disarmament and International Security is the First Committee in the United Nations General Assembly. Its primary responsibilities is to focus on issues that may threaten international security. DiSec also deals with issues that involve nuclear proliferation and means by which to reduce or prevent the threat of nuclear conflicts.
Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Technology
Special Political and Decolonization (SpecPol):
The Special Political and Decolonization Committee is the Second Committee in the United Nations General Assembly. Wide-ranging issues have been discussed by this committee ranging from peaceful uses of outer space to conflict between specific nations.
Environmental Protection and Economic Development
Economic and Financial Committee (EcoFin):
The Economic and Financial Committee was created by the United Nations to deal with the global economic concerns that may arise. The goals of the committee, which include promoting economic cooperation, discussing the economic problems of all members, have not changed much since its inception. Also known as the Second Committee, EcoFin works closely with many prominent global financial and trade organizations such as the World Bank, International Monetary Fund (IMF), and World Trade Organization (WTO).
Social, Humanitarian & Cultural Committee (SocHum):
The Social, Cultural and Humanitarian Organization is the Third Committee in the United Nations General Assembly. Based on its name, it has a wide jurisdiction over many matters and has an agenda encompassing many social issues.
Effects of Refugees on the Host Country
The Sixth Commitee of the United Nations General Assembly is known as the Legal Committee. Its jurisdiction extends to all matters that are best addressed within a legal perspective, as evidenced by the presence of the practicing lawyers who make up a large amount of the committee's membership. Recent topics in the Legal Committee have ranged from consideration of Observer Status for important non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to the review of the first reports from the recently-established International Criminal Court (ICC).
Climate Change and the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS)
At RoseMUN the advanced committee is designed for more experience delegates, or ones who have the qualities necessary to excel in a smaller, more intense working environment. We strongly encourage each school to sign up one student in the advanced committee.
The United Nations Security Council is charged with overseeing international peace and security. Made up of five veto-wielding permanent members and ten elected regional seats, the Security Council is pivotal in the promotion and maintenance of peace throughout the world.
Global Climate Change as an International Security Concern