United Nations Security Council
The Security Council is responsible for maintaining international peace and security. Made up of 5 permanent members, who have veto power, and 10 temporary members who are elected for two year terms, the council determines threats to peace and aims to restore order. The committee meets whenever peace is threatened in the global community andcan obligate member states to follow its decisions.
The Weaponisation of Space
The Situation of Cyprus
Your chair for this meeting of the United Nations Security Council will be Alex Jamal, a senior status law student at the university of York. Alex has amassed a large amount of experience in the MUN world, having attended conferences in the UK, France, Germany and Portugal. His particularly favourite committees are security based, so Alex is very much looking forward to leading the UNSC at NOTTSMUN 2019. In his space time, Alex is a competitive gamer and debater.
Srinidhi Dhulipala is an LLM student at Warwick University aspiring to work in a City Law firm. She has been involved in MUN since Grade 10 which she passionately continues to the detriment of her bank balance. She believes that MUN is her mental escape from routine speech. It is debating with a purpose and the best stimulation available for people seeking to make a difference. She believes in balancing country policy and diplomacy. Her first MUN was one of the most daunting conferences she had been to but the knowledge she gained about the debated issue, country policy and international politics got her hooked. Though she prefers university MUNs to high school THIMUN conferences due to their smaller committee size and flexibility to conduct effective discussion of the matter at hand. She comes from a typical Non-Resident Indian background and has lived in three Middle Eastern cities. When she isn’t studying, being anti-social or doing MUNs, she enjoys painting reading and dancing.