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Consilium Model United Nations Conference @ The Millennium School, Noida [August 3-4]: Registrations Open: Expired

“We are not developing nations, we are not developed nations, we are the United Nations.”

We, at Consilium Model United Nations firmly believe in the idea of ‘ YES WE CAN ‘. We are the leaders in making. We are the promise of today and hope of tomorrow. It is our passion and commitment that will make this planet a better place.

We are the ones who will find solutions to the world’s problems. Anything can be achieved when resources and skills are put to use in the right direction. And now its time to discuss the due over power, security, measures and to evaluate our limitations and our objectives.

We invite you to be a part of the 3rd edition of this stature conference. Register now for the Third and the last round of Delegate Applications at Consilium Model United Nations where ideas are crafted not for showcasing but for actual progress.

Date: 03-04 August

Venue: The Millennium School, Noida, Sec-41

Committes and Agendas

United Nations General Assembly (DISEC ) : ‘Black Gold (oil) affecting the world status quo with special emphasis on Venezuela’ 

Chair : Anuj Gandhi

Vice-Chai : Atishay Jain

Rapporteur : Reyansh Ranjan

United Nations Human Rights Council ( HRC ): ‘Counter-terrorism measures and the freedom of expression’

Chair : Akul Hallan

Vice-Chair : Karan Pawani

Rapporteur : Vani Sharma

United Nations Security Council ( SC ): ‘Threats to international peace and
security with special emphasis on the situation in Korean Peninsula’ 

Chair : Dhruv Jain

Vice-Chair : Aman Kotecha

United Nations Economic and Social Council ( ECOSOC ): ‘Review and restructure of Sustainable Development Goals with only focus on goal 16’

Chair: Chandra Das

Vice-Chair: Shourya Jain

Rapporteur: Danish Ranjan

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crimes ( ODC ): ‘Review of the Femicide Epidemic in Honduras and formulate counter measures’

Chair: Aayush Sinha

Vice-Chair: Kaustabh Bhattacharjee

Rapporteur: Shruti Jha

16th Lok Sabha: 1. Reintroducing Women Reservation Bill for ratification in the 16th Lok Sabha: 2. Replacing personal laws with a universal civil code.

Speaker: Vinamre Dhar

Deputy-Speaker: Nipun Goswami

Delegate Fee

INR 2000


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