Disarmament and International Security Committee

Agenda Item A: Preventing the risk of radiological terrorism
Agenda Item B: Transparency in armaments


The Disarmament and International Security Committee (DISEC) Is the first Committee of the United Nations. According to the UN’s website: “​The First Committee deals with disarmament, global challenges and threats to peace that affect the international community and seeks out solutions to the challenges in the international security regime.” This gives the DISEC the responsibility to debate and pass resolutions on a vast array of issues such as nuclear weapons and their proliferation, conventional weapon trading, border disputes and the emergence of modern technology in warfare amongst other key global challenges. This Committee meets every October and all 193 member states can attend. Article 11 of the UN charter authorizes the General Assembly to make recommendations on disarmament to member states or the Security Council.




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United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women

Agenda Item A: Abortion rights around the world
Agenda Item B: Gender pay gap


The UN’s largest gathering on gender equality, is taking place at the United Nations Headquarters in New York from 11 – 22 March 2019. It will focus on the theme, “Social protection systems, access to public services and sustainable infrastructure for gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls”. What does the theme mean for women and girls? It’s feeling safe walking to the market, or through parks. Or having access to clean water. It’s public health centres and affordable childcare. It’s a pension in old age and public housing for survivors of domestic abuse. When infrastructure, public services and social protections are lacking, women and girls are often the ones most impacted. Their needs need to be factored in when policies are designed. Their voices must shape the decisions that affect their lives. When women are at the table, making decisions, they bring changes that benefit entire societies and nations.



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JCC 1: Russian Civil War

Open Agenda


The Russian Civil War (1918-21) was fought to determine who should rule Russia in the watch of the October 1917 revolution. During this period a conglomerate of anti-Bolshevik groups named the Whites, fought to remove the Bolsheviks from strength and restore some aspects of the old order. Other groups not directly coordinated with the Bolsheviks or the Whites fought for the independence of their own territories.

The Russian Civil War was a conclusive conflict, drawing in many diverse political and military groups, nationalist movements and all kinds of the Russian community. Several foreign states, most of whom opposed the Bolshevik government in Russia, also offered troops, weaponry, stocks, and intelligence to contending parties. Like most other inner conflicts the Russian Civil War created chaos, division, attack and vengeance, intense propaganda, war scandals and human suffering on catastrophic levels.




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JCC 2: The Hunger Games

Open Agenda


Goodmorning people of Panem! Today, we have the honour of announcing the 75th Hunger Games. This year is special, we have a lot of surprises for the contestants. This year the arena will have hourly based events to test the wits and physical strength of the contestants. From blood rains to toxic clouds, even tsunamis and ferocious animal attacks. Will the contestants manage to kill each other first or will the arena be their demise. The best of the best will be participating in this year! Participants will be chosen from the previous victors of the Hunger Games. Are they ready to play in an arena that changes constantly? Are they ready to have sleepless nights scared that they will die in their sleep due to weather or animal attacks? Are they ready for the 75th Annual Hunger Games? See for yourself!



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Disarmament and International Security Committee

Agenda Item A: Preventing the risk of radiological terrorism
Agenda Item B: Transparency in armaments


The Disarmament and International Security Committee (DISEC) Is the first Committee of the United Nations. According to the UN’s website: “​The First Committee deals with disarmament, global challenges and threats to peace that affect the international community and seeks out solutions to the challenges in the international security regime.” This gives the DISEC the responsibility to debate and pass resolutions on a vast array of issues such as nuclear weapons and their proliferation, conventional weapon trading, border disputes and the emergence of modern technology in warfare amongst other key global challenges. This Committee meets every October and all 193 member states can attend. Article 11 of the UN charter authorizes the General Assembly to make recommendations on disarmament to member states or the Security Council.




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United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women

Agenda Item A: Abortion rights around the world
Agenda Item B: Gender pay gap


The UN’s largest gathering on gender equality, is taking place at the United Nations Headquarters in New York from 11 – 22 March 2019. It will focus on the theme, “Social protection systems, access to public services and sustainable infrastructure for gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls”. What does the theme mean for women and girls? It’s feeling safe walking to the market, or through parks. Or having access to clean water. It’s public health centres and affordable childcare. It’s a pension in old age and public housing for survivors of domestic abuse. When infrastructure, public services and social protections are lacking, women and girls are often the ones most impacted. Their needs need to be factored in when policies are designed. Their voices must shape the decisions that affect their lives. When women are at the table, making decisions, they bring changes that benefit entire societies and nations.



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JCC 1: Russian Civil War

Open Agenda


The Russian Civil War (1918-21) was fought to determine who should rule Russia in the watch of the October 1917 revolution. During this period a conglomerate of anti-Bolshevik groups named the Whites, fought to remove the Bolsheviks from strength and restore some aspects of the old order. Other groups not directly coordinated with the Bolsheviks or the Whites fought for the independence of their own territories.

The Russian Civil War was a conclusive conflict, drawing in many diverse political and military groups, nationalist movements and all kinds of the Russian community. Several foreign states, most of whom opposed the Bolshevik government in Russia, also offered troops, weaponry, stocks, and intelligence to contending parties. Like most other inner conflicts the Russian Civil War created chaos, division, attack and vengeance, intense propaganda, war scandals and human suffering on catastrophic levels.



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JCC 1: The Hunger Games

Open Agenda


Goodmorning people of Panem! Today, we have the honour of announcing the 75th Hunger Games. This year is special, we have a lot of surprises for the contestants. This year the arena will have hourly based events to test the wits and physical strength of the contestants. From blood rains to toxic clouds, even tsunamis and ferocious animal attacks. Will the contestants manage to kill each other first or will the arena be their demise. The best of the best will be participating in this year! Participants will be chosen from the previous victors of the Hunger Games. Are they ready to play in an arena that changes constantly? Are they ready to have sleepless nights scared that they will die in their sleep due to weather or animal attacks? Are they ready for the 75th Annual Hunger Games? See for yourself!




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