"AU" is a collection of African countries working towards economic growth and peace, emphasizing international cooperation and unity.
The "Disarm" committee's goal is to save humanity through promoting nonproliferation and mitigating the adoption and expansion of nuclear weapons.
"ECOSOC" focuses on assisting poorer nations with the economic, social, and humanitarian issues they face, dealing with unique challenges such as infrastructure and territorial conflicts.
"GA" is the central deliberative, policymaking, and representative organ of the United Nations, coordinating the UN budget and making recommendations through resolutions.
"HRC" deals heavily with human rights, focusing on issues like poverty, world hunger, and reproductive rights.
"ITU" strives to connect the world through the use of technology, protecting the global right to communicate and leading sustainable development.
"OAS" deals with political discussion, analysis and decision making revolving around powers in the western hemisphere.
"UNSC" works to keep international peace and security by calling upon countries to resolve their conflicts, imposing sanctions on certain nations who pose a danger to others, and even sometimes authorizing the use of force to reinstate peace and security.
"SPECPOL" takes care of a broad range of items in part due to deconoloiztion, in special regard to peackeeping and review of political missions.
"UN WOMEN" strives to achieve gender equality by working to provide equal rights and oppotunities for women.
"UNDP" works to eradicate poverty by creating sustainable growth and development through policies and partnership.
"UNEP" serves as a global enforcer of environmental agendas, addressing environmental concerns and discussing the intersection of sustainability and public policy.
"UNHCR" is dedicated to help save and protect the lives of refugees, striving to preserve the rights of migrants to seek asylum and establishing safe spaces for displaced peoples.
"UNICEF" focuses on protecting children by providing food, shelter, healthcare, funding, and security internationally, prioritizing the wellbeing of at-risk populations everywhere.
"UNODC" leads efforts to correct the justice system through criminal justice reform, creating peace and security in matters relating to human rights, drugs, crime, corruption and terrorism.
"WHO" is the definitive authority on the international health matters and leads global responses to threats against the well being of humanity.
"WTO" regulates global trade and economic relationships between nations, negotiating trade agreements and treaties to ensure that trade flows freely and steadily throughout the world.
Crisis rooms simulate realistic rapid-paced crisis events, encouraging the collaboration between delegates to urgently draft resolutions towards issue at hand. Crisis rooms topics vary greatly to generate creative yet effective solutions towards potential threats, and chairs assist delegates by providing updates and developments in the crisis event.