GC1: General Question and Program Support

  • The issue of overpopulation increasing international migration.
  • Criminal accountability of United Nations officials and experts on mission.
  • Promoting the participation of women in political and public life

GC2: Education:

  • The issue of lack of enrollment in schools.
  • The availability of education with a special emphasis on confinement areas.
  • Measures to strengthen the role of education in achieving sustainable development.

GC3: Natural Sciences:

  • The safe disposal of toxic and radioactive waste.
  • Mitigating the exploitation of certain species for economic gain and its harmful effects on the ecosystem.
  • Improving water sanitation to eliminate the spread of waterborne diseases in rural areas with special emphasis on East Africa and Yemen.

GC4: Culture:

  • The issue of cultural suppression in Tibet.
  • The cultural integration of refugees in their host countries.    
  • The protection of mobile artifacts through the establishment of a World Heritage List.

GC5: Communication and Information:

  • The issue of data privacy with respect to the growing uses for big data.
  • The question of the freedom of press.
  • The question of technological privacy in social media with a special emphasis on facial reconnaissance and audio-based data.

SF1: Social and Human Sciences:

  • Implementing measures to sustain the ageing population of MEDCs.
  • Improving the safety of or finding ethical alternatives to genetic modification and experimentation.
  • Improving labor conditions in manufacturing and construction sectors, with emphasis on LEDCs.

SF2: Sustainable Development:

  • Attributing equal access to economic resources, particularly for the poor and vulnerable.
  • The question of gender mainstreaming in economic development with a special emphasis on the gender wage gap.
  • Using sustainable energy to encourage sustainable industrialization and innovation in LEDCs.

EB1: External Relations:

  • The issue of dispute over territorial power with a special emphasis on the Middle East.
  • The issue of cultural and territorial dispute in East Timor.
  • The question of the Arctic Sea floor.

EB2: Finance:

  • Developing alternatives to austerity in struggling economies.
  • The question of decreasing external debt to elevate growth and development.
  • Strengthen the capacity of domestic financial institutions to encourage and expand access to banking, insurance and financial services for all.

ICJ Committee: Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (Bosnia and Herzegovina v. Serbia and Montenegro).

Historical Committee: Korean War