EMUN 2016

Event: EMUN Conference in Argentina

Theme: Global sharing

Date: 24-25 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, ECOSOC and HRC 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.

Committees

  • Security Council
  • Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)
  • Environmental Commission
  • GA1 – Disarmament
  • GA3 – Social, Humanitarian and Cultural
  • GA4 – Special Political and Decolonisation
  • Special Conference
  • Human Rights Council
School  Delegations to be represented
Balmoral College Egypt (SC) UNICEF
Barker College

Uruguay (SC)

Guatemala (ECO)

Albania (HRC)

IOM

Bede’s Grammar School China (SC/ECO/HRC)
Belgrano Day School

Belgium (HRC)

Ecuador (HRC)

Estonia (ECO)

British Schools Montevideo

Portugal (ECO/HRC)

Argentina (ECO)

Cardinal Newman College

Afghanistan

Botswana (ECO/HRC)

Colegio Carmen Arriola de Marín

Vietnam (HRC)

Amnesty International

Colegio del Solar USA (SC/ECO/HRC)
Colegio Seminario

Palestine

Iraq

Colegio Stella Maris Christian Brothers Indonesia (HRC)
Crandon School

Austria (ECO)

Greenpeace

Del Viso Day School

France (SC/ECO/HRC)

WHO

Canada

Lomas High School Germany (ECO/HRC)
Michael Ham Memorial College

Syrian Arab Republic

WTO

Michael Ham Memorial College Nordelta Russian Federation (SC/ECO/HRC)
Modern School Senegal (SC)
Northlands School Nordelta

Venezuela (HRC)

Colombia (ECO)

Kuwait (ECO)

Northlands School Olivos

Cote d’Ivoire (HRC)

Bangladesh (ECO/HRC)

IMF

St. Andrew’s Scots School

Ukraine (SC)

DR Congo (ECO/HRC)

St. George’s College Quilmes

Israel

Mexico (HRC)

St. Mary of the Hills Netherlands (HRC)
St. Mary of the Hills- Pilar Bolivia (ECO/HRC)
St. Nicholas’ School

United Kingdom (SC/ECO/HRC)

Switzerland (ECO/HRC)

Honduras (ECO)

St. Alban’s College

Finland

Ethiopia (HRC)

Panama (ECO/HRC)

St. Catherine’s Moorlands Belgrano

Pakistan (ECO)

Saudi Arabia (HRC)

UNHCR

St. Catherine’s Moorlands Tortuguitas

Nigeria (HRC)

Republic of Korea (ECO/HRC)

St. George’s College North

South Africa (ECO/HRC)

Georgia (ECO/HRC)

Qatar (HRC)

St. Hilda’s College

India (ECO/HRC)

FAO

St. Paul’s College

Ghana (ECO/HRC)

Paraguay (HRC)

Sunrise School Serbia (ECO)
Sworn Junior College Pacheco

Cuba (ECO/HRC)

Italy (ECO)

– Meetings for MUN Directors at ESSARP (Esmeralda 672, 7º floor, CABA)

  • First Meeting: 31 March 2016 at 2 p.m. Presentation
  • Second Meeting: 5 May 2016 at 2 p.m. 

– Meetings for Student Officers at ESSARP (Esmeralda 672, 7º floor, CABA)

  • First Meeting: 31 March at 10 a.m.
  • Second Meeting: 5 May at 9.30 a.m. 
  • Third Meeting: 23 June  at 9.30 a.m.

 

Issues for EMUN 2016

 

GA1 Disarmament

  • The issue of drug-trafficking cartels in Latin America
  • The media in the context of international security

 GA3 Social, Humanitarian and Cultural

  • The issue of temporary housing for refugees
  • Combating the use of mercenaries as a means of violating human rights and impeding the exercise of the right of peoples to self determination

 GA4 Special Political and Decolonisation

  • Measures to prevent international recruitment from terrorist organizations
  • Offers by Member States of study and training facilities for inhabitants of Non-Self Governing Territories

Security Council

  • The question of the Islamic state.
  • TBA

 ECOSOC

  • Improving coordination efforts to combat human trafficking.
  • Question of the use of cross-border tax avoidance by multinational corporations

 Environment Commission (EC)

  • Monitoring the use of bio-technology
  • The question of international cooperation on water recycling

 Human Rights Council (HRC)

  • Promoting international cooperation to protect human rights of street children in major cities
  • Ensuring girl´s access to education in less developed countries (LEDCs)

 Special Conference on Global Sharing

  • Strengthening measures to prevent malnutrition globally
  • Strengthening efforts to develop a Green economy

ECOSOC – Improving coordination efforts to combat human trafficking

ECOSOC – Question of the use of cross-border tax avoidance by multinational corporations

Environmental commission – Monitoring the use of biotechnology

Environmental Commission – Water Recycling

GA1 – The issue of drug-trafficking cartels in Latin America

GA1 – The media in the context of international security

GA3 – Combating the use of mercenaries as a mean of violating human rights and impeding the exercise of the rights of people to self determination

GA3 – The issue of temporary housing for refugees

GA4 – Non Self Governing Territories

GA4 – Terrorism

Human Rights Council – Ensuring Girl’s Access to LEDCs

Human Rights Council – Promoting international cooperation to protect human rights

Security Council – The question of the Islamic State

Security Council – Tracking of Illegal Arms Trades following the Collapse of the soviet union

Special Conference – Strengthening efforts to develop a green economy

Special Conference – Strengthening measures to prevent malnutrition globally

 

Author: Sabrina Marasco

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