Our students participated in RCIMUN2021, an international Model United Nations conference held by Robert College, during April 10-13. They took part in committees such as Disarmament, Political and Eco-Soc and shared their solutions for various global issues like “bioterrorism,” “climate change,” “electoral fraud” and “femicide and violence against women” assuming the roles of diplomats of their allocated countries. We congratulate our students for their hard work.
Our MUN Club Students Accomplished Their Mission in the online Model United Nations Conference
Many conferences, meeting and events have been cancelled because of the corona virus outbreak. However, there are still so many issues which need to be discussed and someone needs talk about these issues and find solutions. Our Mun club students are aware of this fact and continue their efforts.
Our students participated in NAMUN2020, an online model United Nations conference. They took part in committees such as UNICEF, NATO, UNEP and UNCSTD, and shared their solutions for various global issues like “nuclear energy,” “Covid-19 pandemics,” “early and forced child marriages” and “freedom of speech” assuming the roles of diplomats of their allocated countries. We congratulate our students for their devotion.
We are grateful to our student speakers and guest speakers for their outstanding performance.
Our students completed their first Model United Nations conference successfully with their active participation and commitment. They shared their solutions for the global issues assuming the roles of diplomats and ambassadors of their allocated countries. The resolutions that passed the voting procedure are on the way to the United Nations. They accomplished their part, the rest is up to the authorities.
Model United Nations is a simulation of United Nations. Students assume the role of delegates of the countries that are assigned to them and discuss about the current agenda of the United Nations in several committees. Their solutions and suggestions are voted and the one that pass the voting procedure are sent to the United Nations Headquarters.
Our students will take part in “The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO),” “Disarmament and International Security Committee (DISEC)” and “United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.” The agenda items that are to be discussed are Current Situation of Former Yugoslav Countries, Russian Military Intervention in Ukraine, countering corruption and economic crimes within democratic institutions and Combatting international drug trafficking and organized crime. We wish them a successful conference.