International Atomic Energy Agency
Topic 1: Nuclear Technology in the Event of Natural Disasters
Topic 2: India and Pakistan
With a membership of 189 states, the International Monetary Fund provides the opportunity for countries to convene and discuss matters of global monetary cooperation, financial stability, The International Atomic Energy Agency presents a unique opportunity to the United Nations. Established independently by the IAEA Statute, the IAEA still reports to the General Assembly and Security Council on matters of nuclear technology, both the peaceful promotion of nuclear power and the halting of the proliferation of nuclear weapons. The IAEA also is charged with the management of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) and its three principle functions: to prevent the proliferation of nuclear weapons, to promote the use of nuclear energy, and disarmament of current nuclear weapons. While reigning as the chief principle body on the topic, the IAEA becomes a committee of increasing importance as we move forward and increase our knowledge and technology of nuclear affairs in an ever rapidly shifting world.
Brittany Kinch - Chair
Hailing from Walpole, Massachusetts, Brittany Kinch is a Junior International Relations student in the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University. She is focusing in Systems and World Order as well as the European Region. Drawn to BUIAA because of the amazing conferences they host and the passionate student body, Brittany stayed because of the close-knit, fun-loving group of people they are. She loves watching music videos, dancing along to these music videos, and hanging out with her friends. Most of all, though, Brittany loves carbs and cheese.