The Fifth Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Matters

What happens when a state loses control? Millions of people around the world aren’t led by a state, but by rogue actors. Groups from gangs to terrorists’ rule over civilians with an iron first. The first line of defense against this is the United Nations Peacekeepers. The Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Matters will decide the fate of the program protecting these people. Are the Peacekeepers effective and worth the money or have they failed in their mission? Should the money be spent on exciting new protection initiatives or is the whole endeavor a lost cause? Will you be the one to fund and revitalize a protective program or will the entire operation unravel before your very eyes?


Position Papers

All delegates in General Assembly committees are required to write and submit a position paper one week prior to AmeriMUNC VI. This position paper should be a broad overview of your country's formal stance on the topic being discussed in committee. The position paper should also give a description of actions taken by your country to address the committee topic, and how you plan to respond to this topic in committee. 

The deadline for all position paper submissions will be Friday, January 25th, 2018 at 11:59 PM EST. Position papers should be submitted via a portal that will become available in early January. General Assembly chairs will take the quality of position papers into account when deciding awards.

Meet the Dais

Carla Cabrera Cuadrado

Carla is a first-year graduate student in the Intercultural Communication program at the School of International Service in American University. She is originally from Spain - where she started her undergraduate studies in International Business - and moved to Germany for the last two years of studies and to start her professional career. After some professional experience she moved to DC to study a master as a Fulbright grantee. She is the Head of Communications of SIETAR Europa and the Community Development Director of the SIS Graduate Student Council. She has participated in the AU Model G20 and the World Bank Youth Summit. She loves travelling, costume parties, Harry Potter tourism and dance battles.

Clara Schulte

Clara is a graduate student in the International Peace and Conflict Resolution program at the School of International Service. She is originally from Germany, but she has been living in France and Chicago before moving to Washington, D.C. For her undergrad, she studied Politics and Economics in Germany. She loves concerts, especially, with moshpits, enjoys cooking and traveling; and can’t stop watching New girl and Peaky Blinders.