GA 4: Special, Political and Decolonization Committee
I. The Question of French Polynesia
II. Evaluating the status of non-recognized territories and authorities, while also assessing the situation in the autonomies within the international community
III. Resolving the territorial disputes in the Southeast Europe
Being the fourth committee of the UN General Assembly, the initial intention of the Special, Political and Decolonization Committee (SPECPOL) was to assist the first committee, Disarmament and International Security Committee (DISEC), in essential situations and fulfill the duties which couldn’t be covered by the Disarmament Committee. After the reforms within the charter of the Political Committee, SPECPOL started to discuss the explicit issues regarding the political matters and the promotion of the sustainable peace among the member states. Currently, Political Committee aims to tackle major problems and concerns including decolonization, peacekeeping operations, self-determination matters and race in the outer space along with mine actions and the University for Peace. In KMUN 2020, the delegates of SPECPOL will be tackling the problems to accumulate effective solution ideas for the question of French Polynesia and territorial disputes in Southeast Europe along with providing a comprehensive assessment of the status of non-recognized territories, and authorities along with evaluating the situation in the autonomies within the international community.