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World Health Organisation (SDG 11)

The pandemic has caused major shifts in migration patterns, including huge movements of people in and out of urban areas. Furthermore, climate change and conflicts tend to have disproportionate impacts on cities. These factors mean that the world is far from achieving the goal of sustainable cities. To achieve SDG 11, efforts must focus on strengthening capacities for planning for urban development, improving access to public transportation and enhancing waste management.

Disarmament and International Security Committee (DISEC)

DISEC 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. The Disarmament and International Security Committee (DISEC) is the First Committee of the United Nations General Assembly. Through supporting debates and drafting resolutions, DISEC seeks to maintain countries’ stability and promote transparency in armament.

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)

The IAEA is the world's centre for cooperation in the nuclear field and seeks to promote the safe, secure and peaceful use of nuclear technologies. An independent organization composed of 173 member states dedicated to international cooperation on matters of nuclear energy and weapons. Despite answering to the United Nations Security Council and General Assembly, the IAEA is an autonomous organization chartered by an independent international statute. Guided by a mission to expand the peaceful and safe use of nuclear technology, the IAEA provides a platform for nearly every member state of the U.N. to voice their concerns regarding nuclear technology.

United Nations General Assembly Legal (UNGA- Legal)

The United Nations General Assembly Sixth Committee, also known as the Legal Committee, was established in 1947. The Legal Committee is a primary forum that assists the General Assembly in implementing article 13 of the United Nations Charter, which focuses on the development and codification of international law by drafting legal tools and treaties. The committee promotes the development of international law by discussing the criminal responsibility of officials from the UN mission, the rule of law, and the scope of universal jurisdiction, among many others.

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) has been helping make the world safer from drugs, organized crime, corruption and terrorism. These three areas include many distinct and varied specializations that UNODC Member States attempt to resolve. The UNODC pursues its goals through three avenues: research and increasing understanding of issues, supporting local governments in fighting issues, and supporting the ratification of treaties regarding issues. The UNODC is also known for its annual World Drug Report detailing trends and changes in worldwide drug use and production

International Press

The International Press stresses upon sculpting the basic aspect of being a full blown journalist who showcases the traits of an unbiased reporter. Instead of representing the interests of a single country, the International Press Delegation allows participants to act as impartial journalists, reporting on the proceedings of each simulation in the Conference. They would investigate committee debates, conduct interviews, edit articles, and cover press conferences.

All India Political Parties Meet (AIPPM)

With more than 2000 registered political parties in India. The politics of the nation has been constantly changing. Typically called before the session of the parliament or introduction of the bill the All India Political Party Meets are conventions that allow the diverse political groups of India to reach a consensus on decisions of national importance, before sessions began. With the absence of legislative power of the parliament the initial purpose of the forum was for unrestricted political debate, discussion and deliberation which may not be allowed in parliament due to time constraints but this body now aids in providing a better insight into national issues.

The Global South

The Global South broadly comprises the countries in the regions of Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, Asia (without Israel, Japan, and South Korea), and Oceania (without Australia and New Zealand), according to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). ‘Global South’ is significant because of its large population, rich cultures, and abundant natural resources.

Admin and Security

The Admin Committee oversees organizational management and decision-making processes, ensuring effective governance. The Security Committee is dedicated to addressing and implementing measures to enhance safety and security.