UNGA - Disarmament and International Security (UNGA-DISEC), also known as the First Committee, deals with disarmament, global challenges and threats to peace affecting the international community. Established as one of the primary six committees of the UN General Assembly, DISEC remains as one of the indispensable organs of the United Nations.
Although UNGA-DISEC cannot mandate individual state sanctions or armed intervention, it is empowered to form principles that govern and draft recommendatory resolutions to its members, the Security Council, or both with regard to the following matters-
1. International Peace and Security
2. Disarmament and regulation of armaments
3. Conflicts and means of prevention
The committee has been critical in providing recommendations on regulating potentially harmful technologies such as nuclear, biological, and chemical weaponry.
Discussing political instability and the consequential regional and international security concerns.