1. ECOSOC COMMITTEE (Intermediate, Advanced)

  • Addressing measures to tackle corruption and organized crime in sports.
  • Energy efficiency as a means to financial growth.
  • The question of international Aid Programs in LEDCs.

2. ENVIRONMENTAL COMMITTEE (Intermediate, Advanced)

  • The question of improving agricultural activity as a means of eradicating poverty.
  • The question of depleted uranium ammunition in former war zones.
  • The question of implementing measures against environmental air pollution.

3. YOUNG DELEGATES ENVIRONMENTAL COMMITTEE (Intermediate and young delegates)

  • The question of implementing measures to eliminate the use of plastics.
  • The question of the effects of climate change on polar bears.
  • The question of deforestation.

4. SOCHUM COMMITTEE – Social Humanitarian Committee (Intermediate, Advanced)

  • The question of the right to health.
  • The question of euthanasia and the right to die with dignity.
  • The question of the eradication of gender based violence and harassment in MEDCs.

5. YOUNG DELEGATES SOCHUM COMMITTEE (Intermediate and young delegates)

  • The question of Protection of journalists.
  • The question of child soldiers.
  • The question of poverty and criminal justice.

6. DISARMAMENT COMMITTEE (Intermediate, Advanced)

  • Re- evaluating the nuclear and missile programs of D.P.R.K.
  • The question of the role of science and technology in the context of international Peace and Security.
  • The question of implementing measures to ensure elimination of all chemical weapons.

7. POLITICAL COMMITTEE (Intermediate, Advanced)

  • The question of immigration into Europe.
  • The question of Brexit nowadays.
  • The question of the rise of far – right groups in Europe.


  • Human Rights situation in North Korea
  • Protecting medical care in armed conflict areas.
  • The situation in South Sudan.


  • Criminal accountability of UN officials and experts on mission.
  • Effects of armed conflicts on treaties.
  • United Nations Program of assistance in the Teaching, Studying, Dissemination, and wider Appreciation of International Law.


Korean War:


1. Federal Republic of Germany / Konrad Adenauer

2. Commonwealth of Australia / Sir Robert Menzies

3. Czechoslovak Republic / Klement Gottwald

4. Democratic People’s Republic of Korea / Kim Il Sung

5. Dominion of India / Chakravarti Rajagopalachari

6. Dominion of Pakistan / Liaquat Ali Khan

7.  El Salvador / Revolutionary Council of Government

8. Federal People’s Republic of Yugoslavia / Ivan Ribar

9. French Republic  / Vincent Auriol

10. German Democratic Republic  / Wilhelm Pieck

11. Honduras /  Juan Manuel Gálvez

12. Hungarian Republic / Árpád Szakasits

13. Japan / Yoshida Shigeru

14. Kingdom of Belgium / Gaston Eyskens

15. Kingdom of Egypt /  Farouk I

16. Kingdom of Greece / Alexandros Diomidis

17. Kingdom of the Netherlands / Willem Drees

18. People’s Republic of Bulgaria / Valko Velyov Chervenkov

19. People’s Republic of China / Mao Zedong

20. Republic of Korea  / Syngman Rhee

21. Union Of Soviet Socialistic Republics / Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin

22. United Kingdom / Clement Richard Attlee

23. United States Of America  / Harry S. Truman