Committees

  • Security Council

    The Security Council has unique responsibility and decision making powers as well as a range of tools at its disposal. It is composed of 15 members, 5 of them which are permanent.

     

    When faced with a potential conflict, the first response of the Council is to recommend to the parties that they reach agreement through peaceful means. In cases where conflict is occurring, the Council may issue ceasefire directives, send in UN peacekeeping forces or use enforcement actions, such as sanctions.

     

    TOPICS:

     

    1. Open Agenda
  • United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

    UNODC was established to assist the UN in better addressing a coordinated, comprehensive response to the interrelated issues of illicit trafficking and abuse of drugs, crime prevention and criminal justice, international terrorism, and political corruption.

     

    These goals are pursued through three primary functions: research, guidance and support to governments in the adoption and implementation of various crime-, drug-, terrorism-, and corruption-related conventions, treaties and protocols, as well as technical/financial assistance to said governments to face their respective situations and challenges in these fields.

     

    TOPICS:

     

    1. Cyber-crime and cyber-terrorism
    2. Prison crisis in Latin America: A challenge for justice
  • Organization of American States (OAS)

    The OAS was founded for the purposes of regional solidarity and cooperation among its member states. The OAS' members are the 35 independent states of the Americas.

     

    Some of its goals and purposes are to strengthen the peace and security of the continent; to promote, by cooperative action, their economic, social, and cultural development and to eradicate extreme poverty, which constitutes an obstacle to the full democratic development of the peoples of the hemisphere.

     

    TOPICS:

     

    1. Gender violence in Latin America: Measures against murder
    2. Appealing to Inter American Democratic Charter: The Case of Venezuela
  • Cabinet: Bilateral Relation: Mexico – United States of America

    In the thirtieth edition of LAMUN, we are looking to have new forums to discuss important issues such as those regarding the bilateral relation between the United States and Mexico. This committee will allow delegates to represent personalities of both governments to debate topics such as migration, commerce, security and more. This forum will hold 14 members, each country will have 7 representatives.

     

    TOPICS:

     

    1. Open Agenda

Committees

  • Security Council

    The Security Council has unique responsibility and decision making powers as well as a range of tools at its disposal. It is composed of 15 members, 5 of them which are permanent.

     

    When faced with a potential conflict, the first response of the Council is to recommend to the parties that they reach agreement through peaceful means. In cases where conflict is occurring, the Council may issue ceasefire directives, send in UN peacekeeping forces or use enforcement actions, such as sanctions.

     

    TOPICS:

     

    1. Open Agenda
  • United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

    UNODC was established to assist the UN in better addressing a coordinated, comprehensive response to the interrelated issues of illicit trafficking and abuse of drugs, crime prevention and criminal justice, international terrorism, and political corruption.

     

    These goals are pursued through three primary functions: research, guidance and support to governments in the adoption and implementation of various crime-, drug-, terrorism-, and corruption-related conventions, treaties and protocols, as well as technical/financial assistance to said governments to face their respective situations and challenges in these fields.

     

    TOPICS:

     

    1. Cyber-crime and cyber-terrorism
    2. Prison crisis in Latin America: A challenge for justice
  • Organization of American States (OAS)

    The OAS was founded for the purposes of regional solidarity and cooperation among its member states. The OAS' members are the 35 independent states of the Americas.

     

    Some of its goals and purposes are to strengthen the peace and security of the continent; to promote, by cooperative action, their economic, social, and cultural development and to eradicate extreme poverty, which constitutes an obstacle to the full democratic development of the peoples of the hemisphere.

     

    TOPICS:

     

    1. Gender violence in Latin America: Measures against murder
    2. Appealing to Inter American Democratic Charter: The Case of Venezuela
  • Cabinet: Bilateral Relation: Mexico – United States of America

    In the thirtieth edition of LAMUN, we are looking to have new forums to discuss important issues such as those regarding the bilateral relation between the United States and Mexico. This committee will allow delegates to represent personalities of both governments to debate topics such as migration, commerce, security and more. This forum will hold 14 members, each country will have 7 representatives.

     

    TOPICS:

     

    1. Open Agenda