ANKAMUN'21

SOCHUM

Topic: The issue of climate refugees and forced migration
Goal: Social, Humanitarian, and Cultural Committee (SOCHUM), focuses on issues dealing with fundamental human rights in the international community. Committee promotes and enforces basic freedoms and ideals meant to be enjoyed by the entire international community such as the right to life, the expression of cultures, the freedom of political participation, the protection of children’s rights, and the promotion of social development, among many others.

UNODC

Topic: The usage of appearance performance enhancing drugs (APEDs) and sports: their interconnection.
Goal: Committee aims to assist Member States in building their capacity, including through criminal justice reforms as appropriate, to respect the rule of law, as well as protect and ensure legal rights that individuals and groups enjoy under domestic and international law. In practice, the Office
undertakes efforts to integrate a human rights-based approach in its work, which includes the conscious and systematic integration of human rights in all stages of the programming cycle : Strategy setting, programme development, resource mobilization, implementation and monitoring, and evaluation.

DISEC

Topic:
a)East mediterranean crisis
b)The usage of nuclear weapons
Goal: Committee formed to respond to the need for an international forum to discuss issues of peace and security among members of the international community. the purpose of DISEC is general principles of cooperation in the maintenance of international peace and security, including the principles governing disarmament and the regulation of armaments’ and also to give “recommendations with regard to such principles to the Members or to the Security Council.”

THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION

Topic:
a. EU’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
b. EU-UK negotiations on the future relationship
Goal:
The EU’s mission is “to guarantee peace, freedom, and security in and around Europe,” to promote democracy, to strengthen and stabilize Europe’s economy, to make Europe as a whole a livable continent for all citizens, to promote equality, to facilitate communication between European nations, to protect the environment, to manage the impacts of globalization, to ensure Europe’s voice is heard, and to engage with its citizens.

HCC: CHURCHILL'S CABINET

1952, the year when Winston Churchill came back to power after May 1945, is actually a turning point for both the British Empire and the world. The British Empire, which started to weaken both economically and militarily after World War II, now began to lose its influence in its colonies. First, countries such as India, Pakistan, and Egypt, which are important to the British in every sense, gained their independence. This started the process of “decolonization”, the process that initiated the withdrawal of the British Empire from its colonies all over the world. Nations now under British rule in Africa, Asia, and other continents began to shout their desire for independence.

On the other hand, both Britain and other European countries were trying to remove the wreckage brought about by World War II, and the political and economic gaps in the world created by the weakening of the British and French Empires were filled by new powers such as the United States and the Soviet Union. Naturally, these changes caused the power center of the world to disappear from London and turn towards Washington and Moscow, which started the intercontinental polarization period we know as the “Cold War”.
When Winston Churchill came to power in 1952, the above-mentioned crises, conflicts and power struggles were on the agenda of Britain and the world. The world was now shifting and a new order was beginning to dominate all the people of the world.
The aim of this committee will be to show that while trying to instill a historical awareness to the delegates who will be in this committee during the conference, the causes of chronic problems that the whole world is struggling with and finding solutions are recently lying, and trying to find solutions on these problems without knowing them will be insufficient. Examples of these problems are the India-Pakistan conflict, the turmoil and authority vacuum in Africa, the ongoing bloody conflicts and power struggles in the Middle East. In addition to these, the delegates who will be in the committee will assume a role as the ministers of a different nation, approach the historical crises they face from a different perspective and take responsibility and raise their awareness by trying to find smart solutions.
Other Information About the Committee
The language of the committee will be English.
The committee will consist of all the ministers and general secretaries of the British cabinet in 1952.

It will be different from the normal MUN procedure at some points as the committee will be passed in the past.

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