This edition of the DSMUN will be centred on the theme: “Libertas Securitas Justitia” (Liberty, Safety, and Justice). We believe that liberty is a product of rights. It thrives best when everyone’s rights are safeguarded, regardless of gender, creed, caste, colour, or social standing. Furthermore, security is one of a nation’s primary demands since public security is responsible for dynamism in the fields of science and spirituality, development and technology, economics and art. Finally, justice is when people’s activities are regulated in order to provide equitable treatment, as well as fair and just opportunities for all. Several unanticipated global crises have occurred in recent years, resulting in a dramatic increase in the frequency of conflicts, putting the developing world at a standstill. We recognise that order and peace are more important than ever before in the world. As a result, we anticipate that the delegates will provide proposals that will aid in the restoration of public faith in the ideals of harmony worldwide.