United Nations Security Council


…in harmony with nature

Executive Board

Chair: Nirjhar Bhattacharya


  1. Impact of Armed conflicts on sustainable development.
  2. Militarization of the arctic and its impact on the Sub-Arctic zone.

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The simulation of the UN Security Council has happened at all major MUN conferences around the world. MUN opens up a new challenge for delegates, with the simulation of a Security Council, which might very well become a reality in the years to come.

The year is 2026. The world has witnessed a plethora of changes since 2010. After the economic upswing of the early 2000s, the world economy has registered little growth. The world population has exceeded 9 billion, putting a lot of strain on the planet’s resources. The global food and water crisis has worsened. Volatility in the Middle East has increased. The American economy has slowed down, and countries like India, China and Brazil have registered economic growth. This has led to a different international power structure, with no single superpower. Lack of effective leadership has thrown the world into chaos, pushing the world to the brink of a third major war.

The Security Council at MUN will require delegates to dig deep into their reserves and come up with solutions to some harrowing problems the world faces.
Diplomatic skills will be tested to the maximum as we await the simulation of this unique council at MUN.

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