DISEC

DISEC (Disarmament and International Security Committee)

Level: Beginner

Topic 1: Limiting the arms trade from third party states in conflicts

Topic 2: The role of Private Military Companies (PMCs) in conflicts

Number of Delegates: 80

The Disarmament and International Security Committee tackles the issue of disarmament, global challenges and threats top peace and works out solutions to these challenges. It considers all this issues within the scope of the Charter or relating to the powers and functions of any other organ of the United Nations; DISEC promotes also cooperative arContainerrangements and measures in order to strengthen stability through lower levels of armaments.

Chairs

Sabrina Brooker

Sabrina Brooker is currently in her final bachelor year of European Law at Maastricht University. Although originally half British half Thai, she spent a good portion of her life in Belgium. She began her MUN career in 2014 and was the 2016-2017 Head of Delegations for UNSA Maastricht. She is very excited to be returning to HamMUN for the third time and is ecstatic to be chairing with her good friend and MUN partner in crime, Debe. She looks forward to meeting you all in November and is confident that you will have a phenomenal time both inside and outside of the committee.

Virginia Debernardi 

Born in Torino, Italy, Virginia Debernardi – fondly known as ‘Debe’ – had and still has a passion for travel that has lead her to extensively discover and dive into plenty of different cultures and realities around the world. In May 2013, she has entered the Model United Nations world – and she has never left since. She is currently enrolled in the first year of the European Law bachelor at Maastricht University. Within the UNSA 2017-2018 board she will be responsible for the EuroMUN 2018 conference, in the quality of Secretary General and Conference Manager. Besides being Italian, she will not get offended when someone says ‘I like pasta with ketchup

Helena Heberer

Helena pursues her master's degree in Political Science at the University of Cologne, focussing on International Relations and European studies. During the past four years, MUN has taken her all around the world. Still, HAMMUN is one of her favourite conferences and she has been participating every year since 2015. Back home in Cologne, she is currently working as Secretary-General on the very first edition of CologneMUN, which will take place in June 2018.