General Assembly (GA)

The General Assembly is one of the six primary organs of the United Nations that offers all 193 Members States of the United Nations equal representation to engage in discourse and debates and come up with a resolution that symbolizes the general interest of the international community. The committee addresses decision-making on relevant issues that range from peace and security, humanitarian affairs, economy and finances, and special political matters.

Security Council (SC)

The Security Council has the primary responsibility of the maintenance of international peace and security. Its 15 Member States go beyond high-level debates, political boundaries and standard operating procedures to take extraordinary measures in addressing threats to peace and security. It is the UN organ that takes action in international disputes through recommendation of settlements, investigation, and implementation of the legal obligation of all UN Member States.

Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)

The Economic and Social Council is geared towards finding comprehensive solutions that promulgate higher standards of living that foster economic and social growth. Its initiatives are focused on international economic, social, cultural, educational, health that formulates recommendations related to the General Assembly, Members of the United Nations, and other specialized agencies concerned.

Special Political and Decolonization Committee (SPECPOL)

The Special Political and Decolonization Committee (SPECPOL), is the Fourth Committee in the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). The committee covers various topics which include special political missions, outer space, decolonization, atomic radiation, mine action, peacekeeping, public information, human rights, refugees and other fields in accordance with its mandate.

World Health Organization (WHO)

The World Health Organization is a specialized United Nations agency that aims to deliver the highest possible status of health. It enshrines health, as a paramount objective to any state in order to integrate and develop its population. The World Health Organization aspires to combat not only diseases, but also to ensure the safety of human necessities such safe water, clean air, and food resources.