In the United Nations Security Council Crisis Committee, delegates will be able to step into the shoes of prominent world powers and negotiate diplomatic resolutions to international crises. The Security Council brings together fifteen delegates, including the influential five ‘Permanent Members.’ These States have the power to dispatch military and peacekeeping operations, impose sanctions, impose arms inspections, and take other actions to protect global security. Delegates could be researching and debating topics such as women and security, the war on drugs, and counter-terrorism efforts. They will also be able to use their diplomatic prowess to respond to international events in this committee, which has been described by the Global Policy Forum as “part parliament, part secret diplomatic conclave.”

Please note that this committee is a crisis committee.


Sudan/South Sudan Crisis