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Wed, Jul 05

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Bucerius Law School

THE ROLE OF THE ELECTED MEMBERS OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL: THE VIEW FROM LATIN AMERICA

This is hybrid event. You can also attend via zoom. Plese follow the link for registration

THE ROLE OF THE ELECTED MEMBERS OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL: THE VIEW FROM LATIN AMERICA
THE ROLE OF THE ELECTED MEMBERS OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL: THE VIEW FROM LATIN AMERICA

Time & Location

Jul 05, 2023, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM GMT+2

Bucerius Law School, Jungiusstraße 6, 20355 Hamburg, Alemania

About the event

The Security Council is the only body at the United Nations system with mandatory and even sanctioning capacities for the fulfillment of resolutions. Since the end of the Cold War and the beginning of the war on terror, the SC has come under the scrutiny of many observers, analysts and UN Member States themselves. The basic criticism is the lack of a contemporary representation of the world’s leading nations in the Council. Latin American countries wait for years and campaign strongly in order to become Elected Members for a short period of two years. What is the impact of the Security Council in the region, viewed from the current Latin American Elected members Brazil and Ecuador? We will discuss this question with diplomats of these two countries. 

We welcome the participation of a broad audience, students and non-students. POLITIKUM will give away five scholarships to its program POLITIKUM Unis  to active students, who attend the event.

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