Reform of the UN Security Council: Nothing, Nowhere, Never at all?
The United Nations Security Council is the world’s primary organ for international peace and security. It was created in 1945 reflecting the balance of power after World War II. However, the composition of the UNSC with its five permanent and ten elected members no longer reflects today’s realities – and the permanent members’ right to veto is increasingly criticised. The two co-chairs of the UN’s Intergovernmental Negotiations on Security Council reform discuss possible ways forward with other UN Ambassadors and students from our “How to Revive Multilateralism?” seminar.
//INFO: Because of heavy rain, the session is going to take place at the Otto Molden Foyer in the CCA