The UN consists of various committees where delegates represent their countries’ policies and negotiate resolutions to benefit their country and the world. Students are assigned countries, and their job is to express their countries beliefs in committee in order to pass favourable resolutions.
Protection of civil rights during political revolutions.
Discussing threats to international peace and security in South Asia with special emphasis on the Myanmar military coup.
The regulation of cryptocurrencies and the fight against illicit activities.
Impact of private military and security contractors on international security and their incessant use in territorial militarization.
Neo-colonialism in Africa.(Significance: 2021 marks the beginning of the fourth International Decade of Eradication of Colonialism)
Improving literacy rates and preserving linguistic diversity among indigenous people with special emphasis on systematic abuse and mistreatment.
International Court of Justice (ICJ)
Nicaragua Vs The United States
(Case in court)
Sluzhba Vneshney Razvedki (Russian Intelligence Agency)
Press Council Of India (PCI)
Discussing the accountability of the press in India with emphasis on yellow journalism.
Instead of representing the interests of a single country, the International Press allows participants to act as unbiased journalists, reporting on the proceedings of each simulation in the Conference.