COMMITTEES AND AGENDA ITEMS

Disarmament and International Security Committee (GA1)

  1. Assessing the potential risk of the weaponization of Artificial Intelligence.

  2. Reshaping international guidelines on unconstrained military expenditure.

  3. Regulating Small and Light Weapons (SALW) trade and ownership in the Southern Asian region.

Social and Humanitarian Committee (GA2)

  1. Questioning the establishment and management of immigration detention facilities.

  2. Regulating and developing the usage of facial recognition technologies in government surveillance.

  3. Establishing frameworks for the continuation of education in LEDCs during crisis situations. 

Special, Political and Decolonization Committee (GA3)

  1. Preventing the widening of ethnic and religious divides as a result of Southeast Asian populism.

  2. The question of negotiating the rights, control, and exploitation of natural resources found within international waters.

  3. Promoting economic, social, political, and educational progress in Non-Self-Governing Territories. 

Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)

  1. Evaluating the potential changes in geostrategic and economic order following the establishment of the Belt Road Initiative. 

  2. Exploring alternative measures to settle trade disputes in light of the closure of the Appellate Body (AB) of the World Trade Organization (WTO).

  3. The issue of state-sponsored business ownership as a method of mass manipulation.

Special Conference on Global Health Threats (SPC1)

  1. Measures to combat the counterfeiting and reselling of consumer hygiene products and medicine.

  2. Ensuring humane containment and quarantining in the cases of pandemics.

  3. Evaluating the effectiveness of global connectivity in response to global health threats. 

Special Conference on Climate Crises (SPC2)

  1. Combatting the environmental and socioeconomic impacts of the change in monsoon and cyclone patterns in South Asia.

  2. Addressing the issue of the impact of fast fashion on climate change.

  3. Taking measures to combat the immediate and long-term effects of droughts in the Southeast Asian region.

Security Council (SC)

  1. The question of the South China Sea.

  2. Ensuring the continuation of the ideals presented in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.

  3. The question of the violations of UN Security Council sanctions by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.

Advisory Panel on the Question of Southern Asia (APQSA)

  1. The question of the Durand Line.

  2. Tackling maritime security threats in the Bay of Bengal.

  3. Curbing state-sponsored terrorism in Southern Asia.

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