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United Nations Security Council (UNSC)

Note: This is an advanced committee and is only available to Sixth Form delegates (Years 12-13).


Topic 1: The Role of Cyber Operations in Ongoing Conflicts

Topic 2: The Question of Tackling Terrorism in Somalia and Its Adverse Effects

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Kristupas Katilius
Head Chair

My name is Kristupas, and I will be your Head Chair for the UNSC at this conference. I am a second-year Law LLB student at the University of Law Bloomsbury in London. I am originally Lithuanian, but it is my 4th year in the UK. I have had the pleasure of attending various high school MUN conferences around Europe and have continued to develop a passion for engaging in UN-styled simulations and debates in my university years as well. I have chosen to pursue the path of chairing some conferences and taking a break from delegating, and I have greatly enjoyed and developed during this experience. Personally, MUN encompasses the broader values of cooperation and the skill of diplomacy, which help one develop on a personal level in terms of debating, negotiating and public speaking skills, as well as, it facilitates an environment where different individuals representing opposing nations can come together and produce effective solutions. 


Nongrat Aether Li
Vice Chair

Hello! Nice to meet you all. My name is Aether Li, and I am currently a first-year student studying Politics and International Relations at SOAS, University of London. I was born and raised in Thailand. My passions (also known as my sources of self worth) include Model UN, competitive debating, and cozy games. Like the delegates attending this conference, I started out my Model UN career from secondary school onwards. It has been four years since. Out of all the committees I have been in, I enjoy UNSC the most because of the intense environment that keeps you on your feet at all times and the memorable lessons I have learnt about war, peacekeeping, and diplomacy throughout the years. International conflicts always have multiple perspectives and grey areas – the “truth” can always be questioned – hence I expect to see fresh, engaging debates that take this fact into account.

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