One of the cornerstones of the General Assembly SOCHUM; discusses two widely debated issues faced by the world today. In the first topic regarding the illegal trade and commercialization of cultural artifacts and heritage, we will be looking at the illicit sale of cultural objects, stolen from museums or looted from archaeological sites. The second topic will focus on ensuring greater inclusion for persons with disabilities. The committee will be discussing how to provide opportunities to the disabled and how they could actively and more efficiently participate in society, which would most realistically emulate the United Nations. Since SOCHUM is a part of the General Assembly, it has a vital contribution towards the MUN. Even though the topics might seem very straightforward, the solutions the delegates will bring about will look into different perspectives and their critical thinking. The theme of this year’s GSMUN goes very well with the committee because disabled people are shunned from society due to their differences and are not given enough recognition, but in some cases people don’t realize their worth and contribution to society, and illegal trade of artifacts also points to the fact that people are becoming desensitized to the value of preserving our culture in a fast- westernizing world. We as the future generation of this planet are trying to recognize and come up with viable solutions for this global crisis. It all starts with us, and we as a committee are determined to mold the future of this world.