The General Assembly
The General Assembly (GA) organ is the largest organ within the United Nations as well as DIAMUN. GA is also the broadest organ and engages with a wide plethora of diverse political, economic, and social issues on an international scale.
The First General Assembly of the United Nations is concerned with Disarmament and International Security. In a world where rapid nuclearization and drone strikes have become a reality, the First General Assembly has done its part to ensure a stable world.
The question of regulating the use of UAVs in the military
The question of the government funding of militia groups
Measures to mitigate the threat of nuclear proliferation posed by the disintegration of the Iranian Nuclear Deal
The Second General Assembly of the United Nations is concerned with Economic and Financial Issues. Economic issues are not rare, and the newest committee at DIAMUN, the Second General Assembly deals with sustained economic growth and sustainable development to solve such economic crises.
The question of implementing a global minimum corporate tax
The question of the implementation of microcredit systems
The question of the economic instability in South America
The Third General Assembly of the United Nations is concerned with Social, Cultural, and Humanitarian Issues. Humanitarian issues plague our societies, be it droughts in West Africa, or the mistreatment of different cultures globally.
Measures to ensure the safety of Eastern European residents post declaration of war by the Russian Federation
Implementing measures to foster economic development and protect human rights in the rural Sahelian region.
Measures to protect loss of indigenous culture across the world from globalization
The Fourth General Assembly of the United Nations is concerned with Special Political Issues and Decolonization. Remnants of old colonialism still are present on our planet, and many new forms of it are emerging onto the world stage.
The question of regulating commercialised space travel through sustainable development
The question of determining the ownership of colonial artifacts post decolonization
Measures to mitigate the risks posed by the Israel-Palestine war to their neighbouring countries and the rest of the world