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United Nations Security Council

The right to security of a human is guaranteed by Article 3 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in the words “Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person.” The United Nations treaty, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (1966), also recognizes the right to security of a person.
The large scale breach of security caused by the World Wars and the perpetually failing efforts of international treaties and conventions resulted in the formation of The United Nations’ Security Council, which is the most powerful organ of the United Nations. Its primary function is to maintain peace and security in the world and put an end to political hegemony: via dispatching military operations, imposing sanctions, mandating arms inspections, and deploying election monitors.

The social, political, and economic security of a human is often infringed due to unwanted, malign elements. Technological advancement is accompanied by threat to crucial data and information of a user, the ‘WannaCry ’ Ransom ware attack being an apt example of the same. The growing concern regarding online security violations requires astute and effective measures to be taken.

AGENDA: United Nations Security Council – To be revealed soon. (Theme in the broader light is Maintaining International Peace and Security)