The Economic Financial Committee (also referred to as ECOFIN or the UN Second Committee) is one of the six principal committees of the United Nations General Assembly. ECOFIN and its delegates are tasked with tackling the most pressing issues in areas such as economics, global finance, operational development, financing, and the eradication of poverty. In pursuit of this goal, ECOFIN works heavily in solving problems such as economic inequality, agricultural development, sustainable development, and ensuring citizens around the world have the necessary institutions to thrive economically and financially. In the larger context of the United Nations, the General Assembly serves a critical purpose at large as the primary deliberative, representative, and legislative body of the UN. The General Assembly is also particularly important as it is the only UN organ which grants each of its member countries equal representation, drawing its power from Chapter IV of the United Nations Charter. All 193 member states of the United Nations are represented in ECOFIN. Similar to the other principal committees in the UN General Assembly, ECOFIN can craft policies and resolutions to publish out to member states but has no legally mandated enforcement mechanisms. As such, delegates in ECOFIN must pay careful attention to the manner in which they engage in collaboration, as the success of solutions and resolutions at large is contingent upon the support of other member states.

Agenda Item: Effects of the Latest Crises Around Globe on the Economy

Academic Team Responsible for ECOFIN


A specialized agency of the United Nations established in 1944, plays a paramount role in global aviation development and safety. Headquartered in Montreal, Canada, ICAO sets international standards and regulations for civil aviation, encompassing areas such as flight operations, air navigation, aircraft design, and environmental sustainability. Through collaboration with its 193 member states, ICAO facilitates the harmonization of aviation practices, fosters technological innovation, and promotes the safe and orderly growth of international air travel, working towards a unified and secure global air transport system.

Agenda Item: Questioning the use of McDonnell Douglas' DC-10 in Terms of Aviation Security

Academic Team Responsible for ICAO

eclac (The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean)

established in 1948, serves as one of the five regional commissions of the United Nations. Headquartered in Santiago, Chile, ECLAC plays a pivotal role in promoting economic and social development across the Latin American and Caribbean region. Through research, analysis, and policy recommendations, ECLAC addresses key challenges such as poverty, inequality, trade dynamics, and sustainable development. By fostering cooperation among its member countries and providing a platform for dialogue, ECLAC aims to advance regional integration, enhance governance, and create pathways for equitable growth and prosperity in the diverse and dynamic countries it serves.

Agenda Item: Promoting Renewable Energy and Attracting Foreign Direct Investment

Academic Team Responsible for ECLAC


Established in 1946, the United Nations Office of Legal Affairs provides a unified central legal service for the Secretariat and the principal and other organs of the United Nations and contributes to the progressive development and codification of international public and trade law.
Agenda Item: Taking Global Mesarues to Avoid Conflict of Interest Between UN Charter and Global Units

Academic Team Responsible for LEGAL

The G20 (Group of twenty)

Officially known as the Group of Twenty, is an international forum comprising 19 countries and the European Union. It was established in 1999 to foster cooperation and coordination among the world's major economies. The G20 holds annual summit meetings where leaders discuss and collaborate on various economic and financial issues, such as trade, investment, and sustainable development. The forum plays a crucial role in shaping global economic policies and addressing challenges faced by the international community.

Agenda Item: Open Agenda

Academic Team Responsible for G20


The Federal Senate, along with the Chamber of Deputies, is one of the two bodies composing the main legislative body of Brazil, the National Congress. The Federal Senate stands as the upper house in the bicameral legislative system.
Senators from each 26 states and the Federal District are elected for an eight-year term of office. Similarly to the parliaments of any constitutional democracies, the Federal Senate is charged with many serious duties. These duties include proposing, debating and passing new laws, or amending the existing ones, deciding on the state budget, investigating and overseeing the government, and most importantly, amending the constitution.

Agenda Item: Countering the Threat to Democracy and Human Rights Posed by Organised Crime

Academic Team Responsible for Federal Senate Brazil

JCC: Operation barbarossa

The Operation Barbarossa, launched by Nazi Germany on June 22, 1941, marked a pivotal moment in World War II as it entailed the massive invasion of the Soviet Union. Named after Emperor Frederick Barbarossa of the Holy Roman Empire, the operation aimed to crush the Soviet regime, gain control over vast territories, and eliminate the perceived threat of communism. Characterized by swift initial advances, the German forces captured numerous Soviet territories and encircled substantial Red Army units. However, the campaign's ambitious objectives, harsh weather conditions, and determined Soviet resistance led to the gradual stalling of the German advance, ultimately resulting in a critical turning point in the war as the Wehrmacht faced increasing challenges on the Eastern Front.

Academic Team Responsible for JCC


Lübnan İç Savaşı, 1975 ile 1990 yılları arasında Lübnan'da meydana gelen uzun ve karmaşık bir çatışma dönemidir. Bu süre zarfında Lübnan'da farklı etnik, dini ve siyasi gruplar arasında çatışmalar yaşandı. Şii, Sünni ve Maruni gibi farklı mezheplere mensup gruplar arasındaki gerilimler, Lübnan'ın siyasi yapısını ve toplumsal dokusunu derinden etkiledi. Lübnan İç Savaşı, büyük bir yıkıma ve zorlu insani koşullara neden oldu. Bu çatışma dönemi boyunca birçok taraf ve dış güç de müdahalede bulundu. Lübnan İç Savaşı, ülkede istikrarsızlık ve bölünmüşlük yaratırken, uzun vadeli bir barış ve toplumsal uzlaşı sürecinin önemini de vurgulamaktadır.

Lübnan İç Savaşı Komitesinden Sorumlu Akademik Ekip