General Assembly (GA)

The General Assembly (GA) is the main deliberative organ of the UN composed of 192 representative Member States. The GA contains a number of subsidiary bodies, such as but not limited to committees, working groups, boards and councils that produce a number of important documents. The work of the United Nations derives largely from the mandates given by the General Assembly. The GA covers a large variety of research topics, and is an excellent resource of aid efforts regarding contemporary issues.

Disarmament Committee (UNDC)

The United Nations Disarmament Committee (UNDC) is a subsidiary organ of the UN General Assembly which is mandated to consider and make recommendations on various disarmament related issues such as but not limited to: guidelines for appropriate types of confidence-building measures, guidelines and recommendations for regional approaches to disarmament within the context of global security, and guidelines and recommendations for objective information on military matters.

Environmental Commission/ Environmental Programme (UNEP)

The UNEP is the principal UN body in the field of the environment, assisting governments to address global, regional and national environmental challenges. It has played a significant role in developing international environmental conventions, promoting environmental science and information and illustrating the way those can be implemented in conjunction with policy, working on the development and implementation of policy with national governments, regional institutions in conjunction with environmental non-governmental organizations (NGOs).