“The United Nations was not created to take mankind to heaven, but to save humanity from hell.”
– Dag Hammarskjöld, UN Secretary-General 1953-1961
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Under the UN Charter, the Security Council is responsible for the maintenance of international peace and security. It is comprised of 15 members, and each member has one vote. The Security Council is the only organ that may impose sanctions or authorise the use of force to maintain or restore international peace and security.
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Ioana is a 21-year old, third year Security and Defense student at the Carol I National Defense University and a second year Law student. Throughout her life she optimized her time in order to fulfill all of her passions, one of them being debating, for which she grew fond of it since the 8th grade. At first, there were simple debate contests, public speaking competitions but as she grew older she took part in European Youth Parliament sessions, later on to discover MUNs, a love that hasn’t left her since. Beginning with 2013, she participated in several MUN conferences, developing a fine taste for diplomacy and international affairs, both as a delegate and as a chairperson. Ioana is also a keen equestrian, she enjoys reading and most of all volunteering. Her area of interests include Middle East and North Africa studies, international law and humanitarian issues.
Jonatan studies political science at the University of Vienna. He is half Czech, half Swiss, but grew up first in Sydney, Australia before moving back to Prague. Jon enjoys anything and everything that has to do with politics and international relations, like reading articles on Politico, watching House of Cards on Netflix or taking part in MUNs whenever his time and budget allows.