Historical Security Council
In the Historical Security Council 15 countries that made up the SC in a year in the past will be represented by 15 schools that are assigned 2 delegates for each of these countries.
Similar to the ‘regular’ Security Council, the Historical Security Council is composed of 5 permanent members and 10 members elected for two-year terms.
The delegates will simulate the Security Council of a certain year in the past (to be announced later).
The delegates will confront four critical events in chronological order, always focusing on the question what the SC could have done in these crises.
We are looking forward to intense and involved deliberations.
Students applying for a position as a member of the Historical Security Council must be aware that there must be one other student from their school also applying as member of the HSC as you are chosen as a team.