G.A. 1: DISARMAMENT AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY COMMITTEE (DISEC):
This committee deals with disarmament, global challenges and threats to peace that affect the international community and seeks out solutions to the challenges in the international security regime. The committee considers all disarmament and international security matters and works in close cooperation with the United Nations Disarmament Commission and the Geneva-based Conference on Disarmament. It is the only main committee of the General Assembly entitled to verbatim records coverage pursuant to Rule 58 (a) of the rules of procedure of the General Assembly. The sessions of the committee are structured into three distinctive stages: (1) General Debate (2) Thematic Discussions (3) Action on Drafts
Agenda 1: Roles of science and technology in international security and disarmament
Agenda 2: Actions to Combat Climate Change and its impacts
Agenda 3: Denuclerization of Middle East Region
G.A. 2: ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL COMMITTEE (ECOFIN):
The Economic and Financial Committee is the second main Committee of the UN General Assembly that deals with issues relating to economic growth and development such as macroeconomic policy questions; financing for development; sustainable development; human settlements; globalization and interdependence; eradication of poverty; operational activities for development; agriculture development, food security and nutrition; information and communications technologies for development; and towards global partnerships. The committee also considers issues relating to groups of countries in special situations such as permanent sovereignty of the Palestinian people in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem, and of the Arab population in the occupied
Agenda 1: Implementation of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification in Africa
Agenda 2: Keeping Two States Alive; The Needs to alleviate crisis in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem, and of the Arab population in the occupied Syrian Golan over their natural resources
Agenda 3: ICTs for Sustainable Development
G.A. 3: SOCIAL, CULTURAL AND HUMANITARIAN COMMITTEE (SOCHUM):
The Social, Cultural and Humanitarian Committee which is otherwise known as third committee of the UN General Assembly deals with issues relating to ranges of social, humanitarian affairs and human rights issues that affect people all over the world. An important part of the work of the Committee focuses on the examination of human rights questions, including reports of the special procedures of the Human Rights Council which was established in 2006.
The Committee also discusses questions relating to the advancement of women, the protection of children, indigenous issues, and treatment of refugees, the promotion of fundamental freedoms through the elimination of racism and racial discrimination, and the right to self- determination. The Committee also addresses important social development questions such as issues related to youth, family, ageing, persons’ with disabilities, crime prevention, criminal justice, and international drug control.
Agenda 3: Protecting Women in Migration from Human Trafficking, Sexual Slavery, and Sexual Exploitation
Agenda 1: Elimination of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance and violence
Agenda 2: Trafficking: A 21st Century form of Human Slavery
G.A. 6: LEGAL
The Sixth Committee (Legal) is the primary forum for the consideration of legal questions in the General Assembly. All of the United Nations Member States are entitled to representation on the Sixth Committee as one of the main committees of the General Assembly.
Agenda 1: International Regulation of Internet and Cyber Warfare Attacks on Politics and Business
Agenda 2: Dealing with the Past and Transitional Justice: Comparative Perspectives
Agenda 3: Improving Vulnerable Persons’ Access to Justice
UN-SECURITY COUNCIL (UN-SC)
This is the principal organ of the United Nations saddled with the responsibility of maintaining international peace and security in accordance with the provisions of the United Nations Charter. Under the Charter, all Member States are obliged to comply with Council’s decisions. Furthermore, the Security Council takes the lead in determining the existence of a threat to the peace or act of aggression. It calls upon the parties to a dispute to settle it by peaceful means and recommends methods of adjustment or terms of settlement. In some cases, the Security Council can resort to imposing sanctions or even authorize the use of force to maintain or restore international peace and security. The Council is made up of fifteen (15) members States partitioed into five (5) permanents and ten (10) non-permanent members and its been headed by a President elected on monthly basis from amongst its fifteen (15) members.
Agenda 1: The Situation in Yemen and Kashmir
Agenda 2: Addressing the Plight of Children and persons with disabilities Trapped in Armed Conflict