Kasım 25, 2018


The United Nations General Assembly Sixth Committee (also known as the Legal Committee or C6) is one of six main committees of the General Assembly of the United Nations. It deals primarily with legal matters and is the primary forum for the consideration of international law and other legal matters concerning the United Nations. 

The Sixth Committee meets every year for six weeks in parallel with the General Assembly’s annual session, with its work beginning after the general debate and finishing by mid-November. Occasionally, the Committee may also be reconvened upon request of the General Assembly to address substantive questions.


  • Topic A: Developing an international legal framework to protect privacy and the use of personal data by social media companies
  • Topic B: Developing measures to eradicate the manufacturing and trafficking of counterfeit medicines
  • Level: Intermediate/Expert
  • Size: 30 Delegates