Global Risks and Collective Security

The mission of the Global Risks and Collective Security Council is to assess, anticipate, and respond to global risks that threaten collective security and stability, ensuring a coordinated and strategic approach to global risk management.


  • Risk Assessment: Conduct comprehensive evaluations of global risks, including geopolitical, environmental, economic, and technological threats.

  • Strategic Response Planning: Develop and recommend strategies for mitigating identified risks and enhancing collective security across member states and partners.

  • Collaborative Frameworks: Facilitate the creation of collaborative frameworks that enhance global cooperation and collective action in response to security threats.

  • Policy Advocacy: Advocate for policies and initiatives that support global security and risk mitigation efforts.


  • Council Chair: A seasoned leader with extensive experience in global security or international relations.

  • Security Experts: Specialists in various aspects of security, including cybersecurity, military defense, and counter-terrorism.

  • Risk Analysts: Professionals skilled in risk analysis and forecasting, providing insights into potential future threats.

  • Policy Makers: Individuals experienced in developing and influencing international policy related to security and risk management.

  • International Relations Officers: Experts who facilitate international cooperation and liaise with global organizations and governments.


  • Global Surveillance: Monitor and analyze global events and trends that could pose risks to collective security.

  • Security Strategies: Develop comprehensive security strategies that encompass preemptive measures, immediate responses, and long-term resilience building.

  • Capacity Building: Work towards building the capacities of member states to handle collective security threats effectively.

  • Crisis Management: Coordinate responses to global crises, ensuring timely and effective mitigation of risks.

  • Stakeholder Coordination: Ensure seamless coordination among various stakeholders, including governments, international organizations, and the private sector, to foster a united response to global threats.

  • Policy Development: Contribute to the formulation of policies that support the strengthening of global collective security measures.

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