A new and exciting year brings with it the anticipation of the fifth edition of SIBM MUN (Model United Nations), organised by the Culturals and International Relations Committee of Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, Bengaluru. This is to be conducted on the 18th and 19th of January, 2020. MUN essentially seeks to enlighten young participants to arrive at diplomatic conclusions, through thorough discussion of current global matters all under the ambit of an academic simulation.
Here at SIBM Bengaluru, we seek to encourage two wholesome days, thoroughly packed with insightful and heated debate, concerning matters of extreme global concern in true diplomatic fashion. These discussions would take place under the following four councils: The General Assembly, The Security Council, The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development and The United Nations Human Rights Council.
Through the process of assuming the roles of UN representatives, members of international bodies and national cabinets, the delegates would receive the opportunity to gain experience in dealing with problems that include a complex set of political, economic, humanitarian and security issues associated with them. These would be the very set of problems that world leaders seek to find solutions to. It provides them with the required insight to handle extremely sensitive issues in a manner most diplomatic, yet seeking viable and practical solutions.
In addition, it would enable delegates to associate with other dynamic and passionate individuals and thus work together through sharing views and ideas to develop solutions and draft resolutions in response to these global issues. It provides a platform for participants to hone their skills in working with others and their potential to both convince as well as freely accept ideas and views and thus master their abilities in the art of diplomatic relations. The participant, the executive panel considered being the most contributing is given the ‘Best Delegate Award’.
We are certain that this will enlighten young participants to arrive at diplomatic conclusions, through a comprehensive discussion of current global matters, all under the ambit of an academic simulation. In addition, it would enable them to associate with other dynamic and passionate individuals and thus work together through sharing views and ideas to develop solutions and draft resolutions in response to these global issues.
UN General Assembly – Formulating a new policy to tackle changes for climatic change. UN Security Council – Looking into the repercussions of OBOR over non-signatory countries. UN Conference on Trade and Development – Renegotiating multilateral trade agreements to stop a mass fallout.
UN Human Rights Council – Exodus of asylum seekers, illegal immigrants and refugees.
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