The Issues at AMUN Handbook includes descriptions of the purview of each body, background research and bibliographies on the topics which will be discussed at this year’s AMUN Conference. These are not intended as complete background guides, but rather as a starting point for additional research by AMUN participants.
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- Introduction to the United Nations
- Research and Preparation
- Security Council
- Historical Security Council 1948
- Historical Security Council of 1993
- Historical Commission of Inquiry of 2005
- General Assembly Plenary
- General Assembly First Committee (Disarmament and International Security)
- General Assembly Second Committee (Economic and Financial)
- General Assembly Third Committee (Social, Humanitarian and Cultural)
- General Assembly Sixth Committee (Legal)
- The World Health Organization Executive Board – WHO
- SPECIAL COMMITTEE: United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA)
- ECOSOC Commission: Committee for Development Policy – Expert Group (CDPEG)
- ECOSOC COMMISSION: Commission on Population and Development (CPD)
- International Court of Justice
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