GA Committees​

Development Programme

The United Nations Development Programme is the United Nations' global development network. It advocates for change and connects countries to knowledge, experience and resources to help people build a better life for themselves. Recently, UNDP has been focusing on sustainability in UN ventures and emphasizing the 2030 Development Goals in every issue they debate. 

General Assembly

GA is one of the founding bodies of the UN. Members meet annually to discuss topical issues in a wide array of topics, including development, peace and security, international law, etc. 

Social, Humanitarian, and Cultural Committee

SOCHUM, the Third Committee in the UN General Assembly, focuses on , human rights, humanitarian affairs and social matters. SOCHUM operates with the central goal of social, cultural, and humanitarian peace.

Disarmament and International Security Committee

DISEC is often referred to as the First Committee because of its origins at the founding 1945 UN Summit. DISEC focuses on approaching international threats to peace. These include dictatorial regimes, violent non-state actors, and the ever growing advancements of weaponry. 

Economic and Financial Affairs Council

ECOFIN is responsible for is responsible for economic policy, taxation matters, financial markets and capital movements, and economic relations. This body also works closely with the EU, formatting their yearly budget, and takes care of the legal and practical aspects of the Euro on an annual basis.

Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation

UNSCEAR takes a more scientific approach to UN issues. Founded following the devastating affects of thnuclear bomb and subsequent Cold War arms race, UNSCEAR operates with the distinct goal to define precisely the present exposure of the population of the world to ionizing radiation.

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