The Security Council, which is the most powerful UN body, is one of the six main organs of the United Nations and is designated for maintaining global peace and security and resolving any issues posing a threat for world’s welfare since its establishment in 1945 after World War II. Furthermore, the council has the responsibility of approving or disapproving any amendments to the UN charter and suggesting new member admissions. These areas also cover establishing peace, allowing military operations, and subjects associated with the aforementioned themes.
This year at BBALMUN delegates are going to discuss the issues that concern South America, primarily focusing on the Colombian Civil Wars and they are going to be able to have any of the privileges and diplomatic advantages of the Security Council throughout the sessions.
The Colombian Armed Conflict and The Situation in South America