UNSC: United Nations Security Council
Welcome to the UNSC Committee at SCMUN 2019!
This committee is double delegate.
Background Guide Coming Soon.
The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) was established in 1945 by the United Nations Charter and is considered its most powerful body. The UNSC is a council of 15 states that works cooperatively to solve pressing global concerns. The council is made up of five permanent members and 10 rotating members. The UNSC deals with a wide variety of current events and topics in an open agenda. Delegates will have the chance to generate change by passing resolutions to solve dynamic issues that will be presented in real time. Because the Security Council is the only committee with the power to pass resolutions that the rest of the UN must adhere to, the committee should focus on combating current threats to the world stage through the collaboration of member countries.