These are the different committees of C’MUN 2017, click on them to expand.

Disarmament and International Security

The Disarmament and International Security, also known as DISEC, is the first committee of the General Assembly (First Committee of the UNGA). It is addressing issues that threaten international security, ensuring at the same time disarmament and, control of armaments.

This committee is responsible and seeks solutions to matters of international security under the UN Charter or related to the function of any UN organ as the regulation of armaments; promotion of cooperative arrangements and measures aimed at strengthening stability through lower levels of armaments.


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1) The weaponization of space: outer space security

2) Stockpiling of Bacterial and Toxic Weapons

United Nations Human Rights Council

The United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) was created in 2006 in order to replace the Commission on Human Rights. The UNHRC is made up of 47 United Nations member States, which are elected by the General Assembly. Each State is elected for a three years term.

The UNHRC is responsible for strengthening the promotion and protection of human rights around the world. But also discusses about different thematic that requires attention such as the situation of human rights of Myanmar, Spain or Syria by their respective annual monitoring situation.

This committee is recommended to those who are starting in MUN but also experienced delegates.


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1) Human Rights violations in Kashmir

2) The question of Environmental Migrants

United Nations Development Programme

Established in 1966 through the adoption of General Assembly resolution 2029, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is the chief entity in the United Nations system working in the area of development. UNDP is actively promoting development in 170 countries by carrying out activities aimed at reducing poverty, supporting democratic governance, promoting environment and energy for sustainable development and increasing crisis prevention and recovery. With the adoption of 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, in January 2016, UNDP main focus has been promoting the achievement of the newly set 17 Sustainable Development Goals on a global level.

UNDP works closely with and leads the United Nations Development Group (UNDG), the inter-agency group within the UN system that coordinates development efforts across the entire UN system. The UNDG is comprised of 32 UN funds, offices, programs, departments, and agencies. Together UNDP and the UNDG work towards guidance at mostly a global level.


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1) Ensuring inclusive and quality education in regions with armed conflicts, poverty and other emergencies

2) Women's equal representation in major government and legislative bodies in light of Sustainable Development Goal 5

United Nations Security Council

The Security Council is the most important body of the United Nations. It is addressing all issues threatening international peace and security. It is composed by 15 members, where 5 of them are known as the p-b, being the five permanent (United States of America, Russian Federation, France, United Kingdom and the China’s People Republic) and ten non-permanent that are elected once in two years. Each member has one vote, but the five permanent have veto power, involving the use of diplomacy to reach agreement.

The Security Council is the only UN body that adopts mandatory resolutions. It also imposes sanctions and establishes peacekeeping and military operations in order to maintain the peace acting invoking chapter VI, VII and chapter VIII.


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1) Artificial Islands for Military Use

2) Reformation of the Security Council

European Council

The European Council is the EU institution that defines the general political direction and priorities of the EU.Its members are the heads of state or government of the 28 EU Member States, the President of the European Council and the President of the European Commission.

The European Council is not one of the legislative institutions of the EU, and therefore does not negotiate or adopt EU legislation. Instead, it sets the EU's policy agenda, deals with complex or sensitive issues that cannot be resolved at lower levels of intergovernmental cooperation and sets the common foreign and security policy of the EU. On each issue, the Council adopts 'conclusions' which identify the issues of concern and actions to take and, when needed, makes a proposal to the European Commission to address the topic or passes it to the Council of the EU.


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1) Implementation of the Paris Agreement

2) Turkey's Accession to the EU

Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones committee at C’MUN 2017 will be the first of its kind in the European Model United Nations circuit. All delegates will be assigned different characters (both living and dead). Topics under discussion will range from events that have already taken place, events that might take place and a possible crisis situation. Delegates are expected to have a firm grip on the story and think of possible scenarios that determine the fate of the seven kingdoms.

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