SECURITY COUNCIL

SECURITY COUNCIL
Making an enriching experience for all the participants through the respect at the diversity of ideas. Meanwhile, working over the bases of the original values of the Security Council, these are the primary responsibility of dialoguing goals and objectives aimed to maintain international peace and develop unity and human progress.

PARTICIPANT COUNTRIES

1. Russian Federation

2. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and North Ireland

3. United States of America

4. China

5. France

6. Egypt

7. Bolivia

8. Ivory Coast

9. Equatorial Guinea

10. Ethiopia

11. Kazakhstan

12. Kuwait

13. Netherlands

14. Peru

15. Sweden

16. Iran

17. United Arab Emirates

18. Israel

16. Jordan

20. Palestine

21. Germany

22. Humans Right Watch

23. International Federations for Human Rights

24. Arab League

25. Poland

SECURITY COUNCIL

Dear delegates,

it's an honor to the staff of Security Council to be with you in this amazing journey. We will succeed in our effort to resolve any project with the use of knowledge and diplomacy through the differences laying on us. We will work to remind ourselves that the key of the future is reflected in the actions of our present.

This kind of activities help us to develop and to invest in our own lives. The presence of young people aware of the necessity must be a relief to those who suffer the cruelty of our world. With that same sense of humanism, the Security Council was born after the atrocities lived in the Second World War in 1945. It is the mission of this council to work exhaustively for a world capable of overcome violence without the use of weapons and to make prevail peace using no more than dialog and negotiations between nations.

The world is in our hands and is our duty to protect it from any threat that may endanger the safety of our homes.

José Andrés Garay Linqui, President of the Security Council MUN ESEN '18

Integrantes del comité:

ROL NAME
PresidentJosé Andrés Garay Linqui
VicepresidentEmely Valeria Sáenz Domínguez
Conference OfficialErick Leonardo Quinteros Hidalgo
ModeratorsRamón Alberto Vega Rivera

UNIQUE TOPIC

THE ISRAEL PALESTINE CONFLICT

Since 1947, the history of the region between the two countries has been violent. Nowadays, a third Intifada has become a potencial threat and the Security Council of the United Nations must intervine to maintain peace.

SPECIAL PROCEDURE

VETO

For historical reasons, the Security Council – in the effects of being one of the most influential organizations inside the United Nations- has the special procedure of the veto power. This is that any project should not be disapproved by any of the permanent members of the Council (China, France, the Russian Federation, the United Kingdom and the United States of America) to be authorized.