The Disarmament and International Security Committee (DISEC) is the first main committee of the General Assembly of the United Nations. Founded in 1945, following the ratification of the UN Charter, it primarily focuses on keeping the international peace and security, with the help of taking effective measures such as governing disarmament and the regulation of all sorts of armaments, promotion of cooperative arrangements and measures aimed at strengthening stability without using any methods of warfare. According to Article 9 of the Charter of the UN, all Member States have an equal vote and are eligible as representatives in the committee. Even though the first committee is not authorized to take individual state action or initiate an armed intervention, it makes substantive recommendations to the Security Council on the aforementioned matters while promoting the maintenance of global peace and international security.
Throughout these four days, the delegates are going to be addressing the prevention of an arms race in outer space and the peace and Conflict between India and Pakistan with a special focus on Kashmir.
-Prevention of an Arms Race in Outer Space
-Conflict between India and Pakistan with a special focus on Kashmir
USG: Cansu Şahin
Academic Assistant: Serdar Kaan Ertürk