In 2023, we have the following Official Agenda:

BEGINNER committees

Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS)

Chaired by Enikő Németh and Joaquín de la Calzada Alonso
  • Preventing the militarisation of space

    Is the militarisation of space only a thing from sci-fi movies, or is it our reality? To what extent, if at all, could it be acceptable? What measures does the UN have to take against it? Space holds many possibilities, it only depends on us what we use it for. Delegates of the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS) will have to debate on such topics, which provides them a chance to think about our future in space.

Commission on the Status of Women (CSW)

Chaired by Adél Vári-Kakas and İdil Çınar
  • Improving women’s rights with special emphasis to the Iranian crisis

    Domestic violence, sexual violence, wage gaps, restriction of free speech. These are only a few things that make a woman's life harder than it should be. Gender inequality has been persistent even with the heaps of changes designed to battle it, especially in developing countries. The topic got more recognition when the Iranian morality police allegedly killed Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old girl who was not wearing her hijab correctly. Shortly afterwards, a nationwide unrest appeared and clashes with the police became an everyday occurrence. Can you restore peace in Iran and establish the rights for women that could ensure their safety and well-being? Can you help create a world where everyone is born equal, regardless of their gender? Delegates to the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) will debate on women's inequality with special regards to the situation in Iran.

World Trade Organization (WTO)

Chaired by Valentin Brühl and Julian Schulz
  • Strengthening global cooperation regarding alternative energy trade

    With the passing of each year the pressure to make the switch to alternative renewable energy mounts. At the current pace of progress, we are not set to achieve the Sustainable Development Goal of affordable and clean energy (Goal 7) by 2030. Significant disparities in access to modern energy persist. On top of this, the energy crisis of the past year has shown us how strongly the world depends on the intricacies of global energy trade. Many say that the crisis could also be a turning point and serves as a reminder of the fragility and unsustainability of the current energy system. The delegates of the World Trade Organization will have the chance to debate in the midst of this unprecedented situation. Will you be able to use it as an opportunity and help accelerate the world’s transition to clean energy?


Commission on Science and Technology for Development (CSTD)

Chaired by Áron Péchy and Melinda Shawky
  • Measures to improve cybersecurity with special regards to Blockchain Technology

    What cybersecurity challenges are we facing? What possible tools can we use for improvement? How can Blockchain improve cybersecurity? What benefits does this technology have? The number of cybersecurity attacks increases every year. The attackers are adapting to the changes in corporate IT operations, and often target cloud services. Many workplaces allow their employees to use their personal devices, which weakens the security system. Blockchain has the potential to improve cybersecurity. It can be used to decentralize data, which eliminates a single point failure. The blockchain structure becomes stronger by each block. The blocks have a cryptographic reference to the previous block, and it needs the approval of the network nodes to be modified. Blockchain could contribute to improving and making cybersecurity more simple. During the conference the delegates will have to discuss measures to improve cybersecurity with special regards to Blockchain Technology

Disarmament & International Security Committee (DISEC)

Chaired by Hedi Orban and Máté Kádas
  • Combatting the excessive use of alternative warfare, with a special emphasis on bio and chemical weapons

    When the majority of people hear the word “disarmament”, they think about the usual weaponry, such as guns or armed vehicles. This time, delegates of the DISEC committee will have to go a bit further than that. The topic focuses on alternative warfare, especially bio and chemical weapons. What is the result of implementing alternative weaponry as well into wars? What can the UN do against the threat of bio and chemical weapons? Impose a framework, ban it altogether, or leave it as it is? The delegates’ task will be to work out a solution to such burning questions in the Disarmament and International Security Committee

Security Council (SC I)

Chaired by Boldi Paladi-Kovacs and Joe Colton
  • Ending foreign involvement in the Syrian conflict

    The Syrian Civil War is one of the most complex conflicts around the world. It started off in 2011 with protests against the regime of President Bashar Al-Assad, but after many soldiers from the Syrian Armed forces defected to the protesters, it soon became a civil war. Due to Syria's key strategic location and oil reserves, forein powers and superpowers soon became deeply involved in the conflict. Although there have been numerous attemps to resolve the war peacefully, the country gradually descended into chaos, anarchy and terrorism, and to this day remains a mere "playground" for many regional and global powers, such as Russia, Iran or Turkey. If the war is to be ended, foreign involvement should immediately be ended, in order to find a solution that is peaceful for all Syrian parties. Is the Security Council up to the task?

ADVANCED committees

Counter-Terrorism Committee (CTC)

Chaired by Daniel Gonda and Vince Oláh
  • Preventing the possibility of the usage of mass destruction weapons

    Delegates will have to reflect on the given fictional crisis

Human Rights Council (HRC)

Chaired by Péter Dzama-Demjén and Attila Tuba
  • Ensuring the human rights of ethnic minorities in the Far East

    Delegates will have to reflect on the given fictional crisis

Security Council (SC)

Chaired by Nóra Kovács and Marton Vida
  • Taking measures to prevent inter-European conflicts which might threaten global security

    Delegates will have to reflect on the given fictional crisis

World Health Organization (WHO)

Chaired by Zoltán Baka and Dávid Zagyvai G.
  • Ensuring the safety of health in metropolitan areas

    Delegates will have to reflect on the given fictional crisis