ORGANIZATION FOR SECURITY AND COOPERATION IN EUROPE (OSCE)
The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe was established as security-oriented intergovernmental organization that tackles the issues which the Member States have been challenged by. It has a comprehensive approach on the security-based issues alongside considering diverse issues of Member States on the agendas of humanitarian issues as well as economic and environmental ones. In spite of the fact that the official name of the organization is composed upon European territory, OSCE also has several from different parts of the world including the United States. Having been serving as the most important organization that has been working upon numerous disputes from diverse continents within the cooperation with non Member States, OSCE started to be serving as the union of nations for security issues. These security issues also consist of arms control, confidence- and security-building measures besides more humanitarian issues that have been mostly composed of human rights violations. Within this parliament, participants will be representing their countries within double delegation format. Please note that participants will also be challenged by having consensus within their delegation while taking decisions representing their country.
Topic A: Cyprus Gas Dispute
Topic B: Measures to be taken within Border Security and Humanitarian Perspective in response to Middle Eastern Crisis
Under Secretary General: Çağın Yılmaz
Academic Assistant: Mert Ülken