Futuristic Security Council

This is an Upper School Commission


President: Mariana Ramírez Cabal

School: Colegio Colombo Británico

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President: Juan Sebastián Cifuentes

School:  Colegio Colombo Británico

Contact your presidents: fsc@ccbcali.edu.co

Dear Delegates,

Greetings and welcome to the future! 


Established in 1945, the United Nations Security Council is in charge of mitigating conflict and sustaining peace, security, and stability around the world. History and current events alike have caused humanity to witness atrocious demonstrations of violence and conflict throught the centuries, evidencing the need for an organism like the UNSC. 


This committee, as indicated by its name, will continue to act as the Security Council, but will be set in future years, meaning that the topics to be discussed are hypothetical scenarios, based upon the observation of current world dynamics. 


For this reason, challenging situations and topics are intrinsic to the nature of the committee. It is expected that delegates will be able to think critically, improvise, and establish solutions for unprecedented issues. The FSC will provide delegates with an opportunity to really understand the complexity of facing and attempting to solve international issues, in the way that actual global leaders do. It will require you to assess different situations while striving for stability worldwide. 


We are more than eager to share this experience with each and every one of you. Don’t hesitate to contact us with any queries you may have - we understand how overwhelming and confusing discussing the future can be, but we hope that you will enjoy this challenge! 


Yours sincerely, 

Juan Sebastian and Mariana

FSC Chair

FSC topics



Topic 1

The coming of a new Messiah and the birth of a new state

Topic 2

Race for space



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