UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY FOURTH COMMITTEE: SPECIAL POLITICAL AND DECOLONIZATION COMMITTEE
The United Nations General Assembly Fourth Committee also known as the Special Political and Decolonization Committee or SPECPOL is one of the main committees in the General Assembly of the United Nations, which was established in 1947.
SPECPOL covers a broad range of issues: a cluster of five decolonization-related agenda items, the effects of atomic radiation, questions relating to information, a comprehensive review of the question of peacekeeping operations as well as a review of special political missions. The member states have the liability to form resolutions that shape the world and find sustainable solutions for social matters.
Agenda Item: Strengthening of the Coordination of Humanitarian and Disaster Relief Assistance of the United Nations
This committee is apt for both inexperienced and experienced delegates.
Under-Secretary-General responsible for GA-4 SPECPOL: Emre Bostan