United Nations Simulation Conference

United Nations Simulation Conference (UNSC) 2016


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The registration for the countries will be online. The country allotment will be based on first come first-serve.

Instructions for accessing the link for registration:

  1. Log on to – gemsoo-alquoz.com
  2. Under ‘News and Events’ select - UNSC
  3. Click on the UNSC Registration Form 2016
  4. Browser: Internet Explorer, Google Chrome
  5. Kindly confirm your participation by September 20, 2016.
  6. Please check the link provided in the form before selecting your countries to ensure that the country/countries you wish to select has not been chosen by another school. 

Each school may send 4 ‘delegates’ - Every school will be allotted two countries in General Assembly.

The schools will have choice to select any of the two committees given below, represented by one delegate each. (Please note that the below arrangement is based on availability of seats)

  1. Security Council
  3. Economic and Social Council

- Each delegate is required to prepare draft resolutions and position papers on all three topics suggested for the committees represented by the delegate.

- Draft resolutions should not exceed more than four perambulatory and eight operative clauses (Font size – 12, font type –Calibri).

- Position paper - Font size – 12, Font type – Calibri which should not exceed 750 words

- Delegates must specify the source of their information provided in the draft resolutions and position paper.

  • There will be two training session for all participants. The date and time will be notified later.
  • Dress Code for the UNSC will be strictly formal or the ethnic attire of the country represented.
  • Last date of submission of Draft Resolutions and Position Papers will be 15th October, 2016.
  • Visa arrangements in the case of out station schools will be the responsibility of the participating school.

UNSC topics 2016

General Assembly

  • Social and economic inclusion of refugees – a necessity or a threat.
  • Global water crisis – result of mismanagement and increased competition for scarce water resources.
  • World food supply and hunger.

Security Council

  • International medical tourism – a myth or a reality.
  • Establishing a legal framework for the use of military drones.
  • Terrorist recruitment from developing nations.


  • Balancing journalism ethics and freedom of mass media.
  • Combating illegal trade in wildlife.
  • Protecting world heritage sites from emerging threats.

Economic and Social Council

  • Brexit and the future of European Union – its global impact.
  • Tax avoidance and the world of black money.
  • Reforms for gender and economic equality.