The committees of the 2015 conference:
Eliminating killing robots such as but not limited to battle drones and automatic weapon systems.
Evolving measures to prevent terrorists from acquiring conventional arms and weapons of mass destruction.
Finding an adequate alternative to nuclear energy in order to reduce the risk of nuclear disasters and the following mutations.
Developing a system of disaster risk reduction and resilience including disaster management, disaster mitigation, and disaster preparedness.
Promoting gender equality and fair treatment of women and girls especially with regard to violence such as but not limited to sexual abuse, harrassment and rape.
Fighting discriminatory laws, practices and acts of violence against individuals based on their sexual orientation and gender identity.
Fighting contagious diseases such as Ebola causing pandemics and developing a rapid, robust and effective global response to help affected countries.
Compiling rules for the treatment of refugees and the promotion of fundamental freedoms through the elimination of racism and racial discrimination.
Assuring security and protection of civilians by intervening and punishing terroristic acts while focussing on the IS and the persecutions of Kurds in Iraq.
Finding new regulations to set blue-helmet-missions and for the quota of UN-member countries in blue-helmet troops.
Ensuring better access to healthier and more sustainable diets for all citizens around the world in order to recommend actions that governments may incorporate into their national nutrition, health, and agriculture plans.
Gaining ways to conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for a healthy and sustainable development of mankind's future.