Muna2014

Next Muna conference   February 15-17 2023

A conference that cares

Chairs

  • Suzanne van den Bent First chair
  • Sem Weltman Second chair

Delegates

  • No student selected yet Afghanistan
  • No student selected yet South Africa
  • No student selected yet Yemen
  • No student selected yet USA
  • No student selected yet UK
  • No student selected yet Saudi Arabia
  • No student selected yet Brazil
  • No student selected yet Thailand
  • No student selected yet Congo
  • No student selected yet Syria
  • No student selected yet Sudan
  • No student selected yet Russian Federation
  • No student selected yet Nigeria
  • No student selected yet Niger
  • No student selected yet Libya
  • No student selected yet Japan
  • No student selected yet Israel
  • No student selected yet Iraq
  • No student selected yet Iran
  • No student selected yet Indonesia
  • No student selected yet India
  • No student selected yet Ghana
  • No student selected yet Germany
  • No student selected yet France
  • No student selected yet Egypt
  • No student selected yet Democratic People's Republic of Korea
  • No student selected yet China
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GA 1: Disarmament and International Security

The Disarmament and International Security Committee deals with disarmament and related international security questions. The delegates in this committee are challenged to pass resolutions to the General Assembly that give clear and workable recommendations to deal with these important issues.

FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

  • Call for new control measures to halt rampant gun trafficking, protect civilians from urban warfare.

    There are no questions for this issue.

  • The issue of disagreements among Member States regarding the Treat on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW)

    There are no questions for this issue.

  • The question of how to deal with new and evolving cybersecurity threats, and how to resolve the issue of the severe shortage of cybersecurity professionals.

    There are no questions for this issue.

  • The question of whether or not there should be global nuclear disarmament.

    There are no questions for this issue.

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