FIRST COMMITTEE: DISARMAMENT AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY (DISEC)
Chair: bilva chandra
approximate committee size: 300 (double delegation)
The Disarmament and International Security Committee is the first committee of the General Assembly and undoubtedly, one of the most important to solve pressing global challenges and to preserve international peace and security. The First Committee of the General Assembly has addressed topics such as nuclear security and nonproliferation, disarmament and small arms, terrorism, and biological weapons. The topics that will be discussed in DISEC at NAIMUN are international regulation for artificial intelligence and transnational organized crime.
Transnational Organized Crime
International Regulation of Artificial Intelligence
background guide coming soon
NAIMUN strives to provide every delegate with a well-rounded, educational, and enjoyable experience. The learning objectives for DISEC are as follows. Delegates will:
Comprehend the importance of the issues related to international security, including disarmament treaties, the regulation of armaments, and the maintenance of peace on the international sphere
Learn more about the global cyber threat to the energy infrastructure of nations and devise solutions that address the entirety of the issue (corruption, government instability, etc.)
Determine ways to better enforce nonproliferation in UN member states
About the Chair
Bilva is currently pursuing the 5 year accelerated Master’s Security Studies Program in the School of Foreign Service and will be graduating as a Senior in the undergraduate program in 2020! She also studied abroad in Madrid, Spain her Junior spring semester and is a Spanish minor. Her main academic areas of interest are terrorism, insurgency and substate violence. Bilva was previously a USG for General Assemblies at NAIMUN two years ago, and is beyond excited to end her NAIMUN journey in her favorite organ of the conference! Outside of NAIMUN, she is the Chair of the Georgetown University Lecture Fund which brings renowned speakers to campus, she travels for the Model UN team, is a choreographer for Rangila--Georgetown’s huge South-Asian charity dance showcase! She is so thrilled to be your chair for her last NAIMUN and to hear all of the incredible debate that all delegates will bring to the committee room!