EMUN 2015

Event: EMUN Conference in Argentina

Theme: Development and Sustainability

Date: 26-27 June

Venue: St. Alban’s College – Lomas de Zamora

Teams: 6-10 participants per school (ideally)

Age range: 15-18 years old

Delegation Sizes:

  • Security Council, ECOSOC and HRC: 8 students maximum
  • Security Council / ECOSOC: 7 students maximum
  • Security Council: 6 students maximum
  • ECOSOC / HRC: 6 students mxximum
  • Non SC/ECOSOC or HRC: 4 students maximum
  • Non Member Delegation: 3 students maximum

Each delegation may leave a maximum of one GA committee position vacant, but SC and ECOSOC positions must be filled in. SC is represented with 2 students per delegation. At present we can only accept requests for no more than two delegations per school. Once we have more information on total number of delegates attending, we may be able to allocate further delegations.


  • Security Council
  • Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)
  • Environmental Commission
  • GA1 – Disarmament
  • GA3 – Humanitarian, Social & Cultural
  • GA4 – Special Political
  • GA6 – Legal
  • Human Rights Council
School  Delegations to be represented
Balmoral College

United Kingdom (SC/ECO/HRC)





Barker College

Luxembourg (SC)

Indonesia (ECO/HRC)


Bede´s Grammar School

Lithuania (SC)

United Arab Emirates (HRC)


Belgrano Day School

Australia (SC/HRC)


Syrian Arab Republic


British Schools Montevideo

Chad (SC)

Ethiopia ( ECO/HRC)

Colegio Carmen Arriola de Marín Cuba (ECO/HRC)
Colegio del Solar Congo (ECO/HRC)
Colegio Seminario

Nigeria (SC/ECOSOC)

Burkina Faso (ECO/HRC)


Colegio Stella Maris Christian Brothers

Argentina (SC/HRC)


Del Viso Day School

Japan (ECO/HRC)



Holy Trinity College India (ECO/HRC)
Lomas High School South Africa (ECO/HRC)
Michael Ham Memorial College

Canada (ECO)

Colombia (ECO)

Michael Ham Memorial College Nordelta

Jordan (SC)

Venezuela (HRC)

Modern School Italy (ECO/HRC)
Northlands School Nordelta



Northlands School Olivos


Guatemala (ECO)


St. Andrew’s Scots School

Saudi Arabia (HRC)

Botswana (ECO/HRC)

St. George’s College Quilmes


Benin (ECO/HRC)

St. Mary’s of the Hills Serbia (ECO)
St. Mary’s of the Hills- Pilar Austria (ECO/HRC)
St. Nicholas’ School

China (SC/ECO/HRC)

Brazil (ECO/HRC)

St. Alban’s College

Russian Federation (SC/ECO/HRC)


Sierra Leona

Central African Republic

St. Catherine’s Moorlands Belgrano

Republic of Korea (SC/HRC)


St. Catherine’s Moorlands Tortuguitas


Viet Nam (HRC)

St. George’s College North

France (SC/ECO/HRC)

Germany (ECO/HRC)

St. Hilda’s College


Sri Lanka

St. Paul’s College

Haiti (ECO)

Montenegro (HRC)

Peru (HRC)

Sworn Junior College Pacheco

Chile (SC/HRC)


First Meeting for MUN Directors: 26 March 2015 at 2 p.m. (ESSARP Centre: Esmeralda 672 7ºpiso, CABA)


First Meeting for Student Officers: 26 March 2015 at 10 a.m. (ESSARP Centre: Esmeralda 672 7ºpiso, CABA)

Second Meeting for MUN Directors: 7 May 2015 at 2 p.m. (ESSARP Centre: Esmeralda 672 7ºpiso, CABA)

Second Meeting for Student Officers: 7 May 2015 at 10 a.m. (ESSARP Centre: Esmeralda 672 7ºpiso, CABA)

Third Meeting for Student Officers: 25 June at 9.30 a.m. (ESSARP Centre: Esmeralda 672 7ºpiso, CABA)

ECOSOC – Establishing measures to combat the corruption related to foreign aid distribution in LEDCs

ECOSOC – Mitigating the growing income gap and its resulting effects on the standard of living

Environmental Commission – Measures to combat light pollution

Environmental Commission – Measures to ensure corporate environmental resposibility

GA1 – Establishing protocols concerning the militarisation of the Arctic

GA1 – Increasing the level of transparency in the trade of armamaments

GA3 – Implementing measures to eradicate the practice of female genital mutilation

GA3 – Improving the living conditions of asylum seekers

GA4 – Establishing Protocols regarding the exploitation of natural resources in LEDCs

GA4 – Reducing the Effects of Atomic Radiation

HRC – The increasing number of unaccompanied immigrant children

HRC – Ethical and social implications of new and emerging technologies

Security Council – The question of Iraq

Security Council – The Question of the Central African Republic


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