Below is a list of committees that will be simulated at AMUN during our 2022 session. For further information on any of the AMUN 2022 topics, please consult our AMUN Handbook, which is updated each August. AMUN Handbooks from previous years are available in the AMUN Handbook Archive.

Security Council

The Security Councils meet Saturday through Tuesday and may discuss any peace and security issue which the Members choose to bring before the body. AMUN will provide brief overviews for several possible topics, but these are not intended to limit the actual discussions which may take place when the sessions convene.

Security Council

  • Open Agenda

Historical Security Council 1993

  • Open Agenda

General Assembly

General Assembly Plenary (Concurrent)

  • Education for democracy
  • Nature knows no borders: transboundary cooperation—a key factor for biodiversity conservation, restoration and sustainable use

First Committee (Disarmament and International Security)

  • Countering the threat posed by improvised explosive devices
  • Role of science and technology in the context of international security and disarmament

Second Committee (Economic and Financial)

  • Women in development
  • Promotion of international cooperation to combat illicit financial flows and strengthen good practices on assets return to foster sustainable development

Third Committee (Social, Humanitarian and Cultural)

  • Protection of and assistance to internally displaced persons
  • The right to food

SPECIAL COMMITTEE: International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)

  • Protection of the health of passengers and crews and prevention of the spread of communicable disease through international travel
  • Aviation’s contribution towards the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

Economic and Social Council

ECOSOC COMMISSION: Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC)

  • Committee on South-South Cooperation
  • The inefficiency of inequality

[Report Writing Body]

ECOSOC COMMISSION: Committee of Experts on Public Administration (CEPA)

  • Effective governance for sustainable development: putting principles into practice and reviewing outcomes
  • Building strong institutions for sustainable development in conflict-affected countries

[Report Writing Body]

Simulations

International Court of Justice

  • Whaling in the Antarctic (Australia v. Japan)
  • Jadhav (India v. Pakistan)
  • Gabčíkovo-Nagymaros Project (Hungary/Slovakia)

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