Security Council Simulation- Washington D.C.
April 6-8, 2018


programThis April, the Osgood Center is offering a program that focuses on the only United Nations body capable of creating binding legislation – the Security Council. From April 6-8, participants will engage as representatives of the 15 Security Council Member States in discussion of issues such as: International Counter-Terrorism Measures, and Climate Change and the Maintenance of International Security. Model United Nations is an exciting way for students to learn about the cutting edge issues in international affairs and increase their awareness of different systems of government, international law, and international organizations, while gaining valuable researching, public speaking, and decision-making skills.

The location of this conference in Washington D.C. gives our delegates unparalleled access to embassies and government agencies only available in our nation’s capital. Housing for this year's conference will be at the River Inn in downtown Washington, D.C. The conference will be held at George Washington University.


Keynote Speaker: To Be Announced


To register, please fill out the application and payment form below and email to Shelton Williams at If a student is participating as an individual and not as part of a school, please have parent/guardian fill out "Faculty Advisor" information, and student fill out "Head Delegate" information. The cost of attendance for the 2018 Model Security Council (MSC) Simulation is $90.00 per student and is due by March 1, 2018. Business professional attire is required.

• Download the Registration Form

• View the Payment Options.

• Conference Schedule: Available November
• View Available Countries Matrix


• Model Security Council:Background Guide
• See the Rules of Procedure.

Position Papers

**For award consideration, all position papers should be submitted no later than April 1, 2018.**

Please email all papers in a PDF file type to Darby Capps, at

For more information, please contact us:

Osgood Center for International Studies
1629 K. St, NW, Suite 300
Washington, DC, 20006
or call: 202-349-1698, X11698