The Planning Forum, St. Stephen’s College is proud to announce the 10th edition of Stephen’s Model United Nations conference which promises to be a great forum to learn and appreciate the nuances of transnational advocacy. The St. Stephen’s MUN is a conference which is interactive, demanding, and educational.
The wide range of simulations at the conference will foster the ability of participants to negotiate, understand and appreciate the underlying dynamics of an inter-connected world. With an interesting line up of committees, combined with a qualified Executive Board, delegates will be introduced to relatively unexplored political, socio-economic and legal frameworks of governance.
- Special Political & Decolonization Committee
Agenda: Prevention of Territorial Disputes and State Failures in Small Island Developing Countries
- The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation
Agenda: Combating Islamophobia
- UN Women
Agenda: Reproducing Rights of Women with Emphasis on Prostitution and Surrogacy
- NITI Aayog
Agenda: Regional Development Through Deconcentration and Decentralization Reforms
- UN System Chief Executives Board for Coordination
Agenda: UN System Collaboration and Joint Action for Provisions of Humanitarian Aid, with Special Emphasis on Refugees and Migrants.
The registrations are open for:
- The Executive Board
- The International Press and,
- The Committees.
The registration details will be provided to the delegates after registration.
For any queries,
Call: 097184 52151
Email: [email protected]
For all further information, follow the conference here.