United Nations Security Council
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UN Security Council Description
Welcome to UNSC!! We are so glad to give you a glimpse into the United Nations Security Council. The UNSC is created to try and keep the peace between nations and it is formed by fifteen different members representing their countries. We are one of the five primary organs of the United Nations. The UNSC 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. We want you to, as representatives, have fun representing the leaders of the world as we discuss two topics: The Imperialist Exploitation of Natural Resources and Religious Persecution and Violence. Overall, we hope we inspire you in your future as leaders and help you get an idea of UNSC as you hopefully join us this year in DALE!
TOPIC A: The Imperialist Exploitation of Natural Resources
Natural resources are crucial for sustainable development in our society; however, our management of these resources is an urgent challenge for the world, especially in developing countries. The exploitation by companies of non-renewable resources has led to violent conflicts worldwide, requiring insightful, long-term solutions. This issue affects everyone, as the misuse of natural resources brings pollution, logging, and desertification, usually caused by imperialism. The overexploitation of our natural resources brings destructive consequences to everyone, becoming an essential topic for the UNSC.
TOPIC B: Religious Persecution and Violence
Religious persecution is discrimination against a group of people because of their beliefs or lack of religion. Every country has had a long list of religious persecution and violence against religious groups from major and minor religions. Some faiths of particular concern include Christianity and Islam, yet there is repression and slaughter of people with most beliefs. Some of the aggressions brought by religious persecution go from shaming to terrorist attacks, massacres, and the destruction of biblical texts and monuments. The UNSC must seek religious liberty, which is one of the foundations of freedom and conscience.