Specialized Committees

Specialised Committees, also known as Intermediate Committees, are smaller than General Assemblies/Beginner Committees and consist of more specific agendas. While Beginner Committees such as WHO focus on broader aspects, Intermediate Committees tend to focus on a more specific aspect of a larger issue. Intermediate committees consist of countries that are heavily involved in the committee’s field, therefore they are selectively chosen and are unique to each committee.


The Security Council is one of the principal committees of the United Nations which addresses the most pressing issues of international security and peace of our time, having the highest level of debate, one for the most experienced delegates. 



ECOSOC is responsible for the social and economic aspects of the organization and is specifically in charge of several commissions, such as the CSTD (Commission of Science and Technology for Development) and CSW (Commission on the Status of Women).


WHA is the health arm of the UN. With the COVID-19 pandemic and ethical implications of health-related topics, this committee looks to be full of engrossing and debatable topics that look towards the past, present, and future of world health. 



The United Nations Environment Program is the committee that is responsible for coordinating all of the UN’s environmental activities and assisting developing nations in implementing environmentally sound technologies.



At HRC we strive to promote human rights, amend and develop international human rights laws, address violations, review records of human rights for member states, responding to emergency situations, preventing abuses and serve as a platform to discuss human rights issues. 



The United Nations Education, Scientific & Cultural Organization is a specialized agency of the UN. It is aimed at contributing to the aiding of peace, the eradication of poverty, sustainable development, and intercultural dialogue, offering a holistic view of the building blocks of modern society.

Arab League

A council to speak about the social, economic and political problems in the region. Now renamed as the Arab League and with 22 members, the reach of this committee has only grown as it seeks to debate the issues which link to the ever-present theme.



The International Court of Justice also known as the World Court is one of the six principal bodies of the UN. The Court’s role is to settle, in accordance with international law, legal disputes submitted to it by States and to give advisory opinions on legal questions referred to it by authorized United Nations organs and specialized agencies.


Unlike any committee in DIAMUN ever, the Historical Security Council will be debating in Crisis Procedure, with the topics being focused on Post-WWII to Pre-Cold War events. The same basic structure of the Security Council will be found in HSC, with the P5 Nations wielding veto powers, and the ten other non-permanent nations which are relevant to the topics being debated.



The Youth Assembly was founded on the 24th of August 1949. It works towards establishing a unique platform that promotes dialogue between exceptional youth, and private companies. At DIAMUN this committee is for our younger delegates where a large variety of issues are discussed. 


The Special Conference on Climate Change (SpC-CC) works towards improving climate policies through exploring innovative measures in order to improve the global climate and reduce potential negative implications arising from excessive human intervention in the Earth's climate. At DIAMUN, this special conference committee is for our most advanced delegates where solutions to a myriad of climate change issues will be discussed.