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GA Plen

The GA Plenary is the main deliberative, policymaking, and representative organ of the United Nations (UN), and is the only UN organ in which all 193 Member States are represented. The GA Plenary committee discusses the full spectrum of international issues covered by the UN Charter such as, but not limited to, development, international law, and peace and security.

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ILO

The ILO was founded in 1919, as part of the Treaty of Versailles under the League of Nations, as one of the first and oldest UN specialized committees. It compromises 187 Member States with its mission to promote internationally recognized human and labor rights and to promote social justice.

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UNFPA

The UNFPA Executive Board serves as the UN's sexual and reproductive health agency. According to the UNFPA, its mission is to “deliver a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young person’s potential is fulfilled.” The UN's A/RES/48/162 established the UNFPA Executive Board, which comprises 36 Member States who serve on a rotating basis, and ensures support and supervision of the UNFPA's aforementioned mission.

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ECLAC

The ECLAC is one of five regional commissions in the UN, focusing on strengthening economic and social development throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. ECLAC works to collaborate on regional challenges as well as to contribute a regional perspective to global issues.

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ILC

The ILC is an integral part of codifying international law that helps to regulate the actions of States and individuals across the globe to achieve a more peaceful world. The ILC works diligently within their mandate to address a variety of topics that aim to enhance a global understanding and acceptance of international law.

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SC

The UNSC is responsible for maintaining international peace and security. The UNSC works to determine the existence of threats to peace and security or acts of aggression. The UNSC may call disputing parties to settle by peaceful means and recommend terms of the settlement, impose sanctions, or resort to authorizing the use of force to maintain or restore international peace and security. The UNSC is an open-agenda committee and will simulate a crisis.

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