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 The United Nations General Assembly First Committee, also known as GA:1 DISEC, stands as one of the six principal committees at the heart of the United Nations General Assembly, specifically entrusted with matters of disarmament and international security. In the broader context, the committee plays a pivotal role in shaping global efforts to promote peace and security.


 Within the framework of international collaboration, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development was adopted by the United Nations in 2015, outlining 17 distinct Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Achieving these ambitious goals necessitates a harmonized and integrated approach from all member states. It is incumbent upon nations to collaboratively seek effective solutions to address the multifaceted challenges outlined in the SDGs.

As delegates convene for the annual session of BAALMUN, the focus will be on understanding the implications of Disarmament and Arms Regulations in the context of fulfilling the SDGs. This session provides a platform for diplomatic discourse, where delegates will actively engage in discussions to identify pragmatic and effective solutions for disarmament and related purposes. Through such collaborative efforts, the committee aims to contribute meaningfully to the broader objective of building a more secure and sustainable world.

Agenda Item: Disarmament and Arms Regulation

in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

Under Secretary-General: Arda Türk

Academic Assistant: Ayten Söylemez

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