Non-state militants rise. A government shuns democracy in civil war. Innocent civilians die; as the fate of the world hangs in fragile balance, only informed, calculated and paradigm-changing decisions can restore peace. And here comes the most powerful, yet elite and smallest committee of the United Nations –The Security Council. This year the Security Council will be looking at two topics, the first being the protection of civilians in armed conflicts. In the case of armed conflicts the individuals most adversely affected are the civilians. Though the UNAMA has mandated clauses for the same, we at theSecurity Council firmly believe that for significant change to be evident, binding resolutions need to be put in place.The second topic we will be debating upon is the rise of terrorism in North Africa. After the ideology of the Islamic State gained momentum in the 2010’s, it spread across North Africa like wild fire. This caused and persists to cause a threat to global security and equires immediate attention in order to prevent the further spread of the same and countering the non-state organizations from gaining control of the anarchic parts of Africa. With these topics we hope to see fiery debates and effective participation from all of our delegates. We at the Security Council look forward to producing solutions that are practical, authentic and efficient but at the same time not driven by vested interests but rather through genuine will towards global change.