United Nations Simulation Conference
United Nations Simulation Conference (UNSC) 2018
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- The four committees of UNSC 2018 are as follows:
- General Assembly (GA)
- Security Council (SC)
- Historical Security Council (HSC)
- Each school may send 5 ‘delegates’ – First fifteen schools will have the privilege to send delegates in the following order:
- Two delegates in General Assembly
- One delegate in Security Council
- One delegate in Historical Security Council
- One delegate in UNESCO
Kindly note that there are only 15 seats available in Security Council and Historical Security Council. Therefore, the schools registering after the seats filled in SC and HSC will be allotted only four delegates – in General Assembly and UNESCO. These schools will not be eligible for rolling trophy.
Each delegate is required to prepare draft resolutions and position papers on the two topics assigned for the committees represented by the delegate.
o Draft resolutions should not exceed more than four preambulatory and eight operative clauses (Font size – 12, font type –Calibri).
o Position paper - Font size – 12, Font type – Calibri which should not exceed 750 words
o 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. It is mandatory to attend the training sessions.
- 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 , 2018
- Visa arrangements in the case of out station schools will be the responsibility of the participating school.
UNSC topics 2018
1. Challenges raised by the technological revolution and need for regulations
- Artificial intelligence
2. Restructuring the United Nations
- Addressing failures of the United Nations
- Withdrawal of world Powers from United Nations bodies
- Veto and permanent membership
1. Right to self determination
2. Growing Nuclear and military power a threat to international peace
- Military exercises
- Stockpiling of weapon grade nuclear material
- Restructuring the Nuclear proliferation treaty
- Developing disaster risk reduction capabilities in areas affected by natural hazards
- Discrimination and negligence of minorities
- Rohingya Refugee Crisis
- Racial discrimination in work places
Historical Security Council
- The Rwandan Genocide
- US intervention in Iraq