MIT MUN 2016

  • location_city Pune, India
  • event Feb 12 - Feb 13, 2016
  • group 250 Delegates

MIT Model United Nations 2016

MIT MUN is a 2-day conference being held in the city of Pune, India on October 12 & 13, 2016. Model United Nations, also known as Model UN or MUN conference, is an extra-curricular activity in which students typically role-play delegates to the United Nations and simulate UN committees. At these conferences, delegates get to represent member-states of the United Nations or unique characters as they face either preplanned topics or unpredictable crises “both of which test their skills in diplomacy. Participants choose a country and research their chosen country's position regarding a specific topic. After preparation, they step into the shoes of diplomats and represent this country in a committee. They debate, convince, bring forward new solutions and solve a world conflict with their own resolution. We, at MIT MUN, promise to deliver high standards of debates and an enriching overall experience.

Organizers

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    Committees

  • ECOFIN

    ECOFIN

    Topics
    Agenda 1: Containing the Eurozone Debt Crisis, with Special Emphasis on Greece Agenda 2: Promotion of Sustained Economic Growth in Developing Countries with focus Landlocked Developing Countries (LLDCs).


  • UNSC

    UNSC

    Topics
    AGENDA 1: Discuss the implications of increased geopolitical tensions in the Indian Ocean Region. Maritime Security. Energy Security. Role of the United States as a mediator.


  • UNHRC

    UNHRC

    Topics
    Agenda 1: Reviewing the condition of minority groups in Asia and Africa. Agenda 2: Special session to discuss the violence between Palestinians and Israelis.


  • DISEC

    DISEC

    Topics
    Agenda 1: Measures to be taken to prevent proxy wars in the Middle East. Agenda 2: Measures to be taken to prevent acquisition of nuclear weapons from sovereign states by non-state actors. Creation of universal safeguards & assigning collective responsibility. International cooperation on security measures to prevent any possible breach.