The Agendas are explained in the Background Guide for each committee.
The Disarmament & International Security Committee (DISEC)
The Yemen war is a well documented and well known war that the United Nations wishes to put an end to due to a plethora of reasons including but not limited to: unnecessary fatalities, economic downsides, ethical issues and economical potential. The DISEC is calling upon the parties involved and influencing countries to end this conflict, even though it is a religion based it is solvable with external influences. Delegates for this committee are: all middle eastern countries, all veto countries, selected EU members and India.
The United Nations for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA)
The immense space debris has started to cause interferences and has started destroying satellites and disturbing telecommunication. This has caused many satellites which help with communication, location-based softwares and space imaging to crash which then causes further issues. The committee will consist of Different space exploration companies, environmental firms, and the G20 countries to create a resolution.
The Third Arab-Israeli War (Six-Day War) of 1967 (HSC)
In this committee simulation, delegates will take on the roles of members of the His Security Council during the lead-up to and the course of the Third Arab-Israeli War (Six-Day War) of 1967. Delegates will represent different nations with varying interests and viewpoints, and they will need to navigate the complex geopolitical landscape to prevent the outbreak of war and seek diplomatic solutions.
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC)
Promoting sustainable oil production and delivery in politically unstable countries, particularly in Less Economically Developed Countries (LEDCs), necessitates a comprehensive agenda. This initiative should engage OPEC member nations and oil-producing guest countries. Furthermore, it should consider including nations that are the largest consumers of oil. Collaborative efforts among these stakeholders can lead to responsible resource management, infrastructure development, and enhanced energy security, ultimately fostering stability and prosperity in regions grappling with political challenges.
International Press Delegation (IPD)
As members of the International Press Delegation, participants report on the events of each simulation at the Conference as unbiased journalists representing the International Press Delegation. You will look into committee debates, conduct interviews, and attend press conferences. Reporters are in charge of monitoring the simulations as they happen and informing all of ISHMUN's participants about such happenings. In doing so, Reporters are in charge of carrying out their own background investigation, including any interviews or acquiring fundamental data on relevant topics.