Cherished participants of NAMUN’21,
I, İdil Yüzbaşıoğlu, the secretary general of this year's Nesibe Aydın Model United Nations (NAMUN) would like to welcome you all to the 10th annual conference of NAMUN.
Our academic and organization team both gave it their all to make this conference educational and fun for every attendee.
All of our teams are more than grateful to welcome you all to our 10th year anniversary of NAMUN!
Now that we are back from the online and to the real world, our teams worked hard to bring back the pleasure of a face to face MUN to all of you.
With our socials and our committees. This year NAMUN offers seven committees: one beginner, three intermediate, one advanced and finally a J.MUN.
UNEP (United Nations Environmental Programme) , UNCSTD (United Nations Commission on Science and Technology for Development) , NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation) , UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees) , CSW(Commission of Status of Women) and the one and only, a brand new committee for our advanced delegates: ICC (International Criminal Court) and our MUN Jr. UNICEF ( United Nations Children’s Fund).
All of these committees are fit to talk about the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, except ICC.
In conclusion, our teams invite you to experience unforgettable memories, enhance your academic skills of presentation and debate, learn other people and countries' views of the world, and join the world’s heartbeat.
Welcome to NAMUN’21! Ten years, going strong.
Highly distinguished participants of the Nesibe Aydın Model United Nations 2021 conference, NAMUN’21
I, Bahar Elif BÜLBÜL the Director-General have the honor of welcoming you all to the annual session of NAMUN,
This year is the 10th anniversary. Our predecessors have left a legacy for us that we will pass on to many more generations of coming teams.
With our extensive simulation Model United Nations and our well-thought-out social activities; our conference has always aspired to boost delegates’ academic and social skills.
Both our organization and academic team have gone the extra mile to give you the best experience possible.
Last year due to the ongoing pandemic it wasn’t possible for us to organize our conference face-to-face.
However this year we are, of course, taking adequate precautions to ensure health and safety against COVID-19, such as:
Only accepting half our capacity of delegates to our committees, making sure every participant is fully vaccinated, and providing masks and disinfectants for all of our participants.
We are glad to be able to host our conference face-to-face.
This year, our public relations team has come up with various coffee break activity ideas.
Our team wants to make sure that you, as delegates, have a chance to grow while working with teams, making new connections, and improving your social skills thanks to our spectacular coffee break activities.
Our aim has always been to provide all of our delegates with a chance to grow as a person and hope to prepare them for a professional approach in their future lives. We hope you enjoy your time at NAMUN21!
Ten years going strong!
DIRECTOR GENERAL OF NAMUN’21
Bahar Elif BÜLBÜL
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International Criminal Court is the court that investigates and resolves cases such as war crimes, genocides, crimes against humanity, and crimes of aggression. ICC is involved in a global fight trying to prevent crimes cooperating with the International Court of Justice (ICJ). This committee does not have agenda items. Delegates will proceed with an Open Court. The topic is elaborately explained on our website and in our study guides. This is committee is for advanced delegates. ICC is appropriate for delegates who have above three MUN experiences, with outstanding or best delegate certificates. It is advised for delegates to read the rules of procedure for this committee before attending.
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation or in other words NATO, is an alliance whose purpose is to safeguard the freedom and security of all of its members by both political and militaristic means. Striving to secure a lasting peace in Europe and North America, based on shared values of freedom, democracy, human rights, and the rule of law. This year at NAMUN our agenda items will be:
1. Withdrawing from Afghanistan: success or failure for NATO?
2. NATO's Lack of Strategic Co-ordination
3. Solving NATO's Arctic Debacle
This committee is for intermediate delegates. NATO is appropriate for second, third, and fourth timers with experiences.
The United Nations Environmental Program focuses on preserving the environment for future generations. Dealing from climate change to pollutions, UNEP works for a better future. This year at NAMUN, our agenda items will be:
1. Advancement of Nuclear Energy as a Reliable and Safe Resource
2. Taking Precautions Against Environmental Harm Caused by Abandoned Nuclear Facilities
3. Precautions to Preserve The Environment in The Process of War
This committee is marked as a beginner committee for high school students. UNEP is appropriate for first-timers, second-timers, and delegates who have been to two maximum of three MUN conferences.
Commission on the Status of Women is a global intergovernmental body that has the specific purpose of promoting gender equality and the empowering of women. This year at NAMUN, our agenda items will be:
1. Assurance of Equal Pay for Services of Equal Derivative Values Between Men and Women
2. Extending The Reach of Economic Leadership of Women in Developing Countries.
3- Women's Involvement in Global Politics as a Minority.
This committee is marked as an intermediate committee. CSW is appropriate for second, third, and fourth timers with experiences.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees is a UN agency charged with supporting refugees, forcibly displaced people, and stateless people in voluntary repatriation, local integration, and resettlement to a third country. UNHCR’s goal is to protect the rights and well-being of people who have been forced to flee their homes due to conflict or persecution. This year at MANUN, our agenda items will be :
1. Refugee Population by Country and The Countries' Socioeconomic Welfare
2. Safer and More Efficient Evacuation of Refugees in Nations Decimated by Civil War
3. Protection of The Rights of Unregistered Refugees
This committee is marked as an intermediate committee. UNHCR is appropriate for second, third, and fourth timers with experiences.
The United Nations Commission on Science and Technology for Development (UNCSTD) is a branch of the Economic and Social The United Nations Commission on Science and Technology for Development is a branch of the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). It holds an annual intergovernmental forum for discussion on timely and pertinent issues affecting science, technology, and development. This year at NAMUN, our agenda items will be:
1. Regulation of Artificial Intelligence Regarding Human Interactions
2. Determining the Position of The Freedom of Expression in The Face of Net Neutrality
3. Combatting Technological Disparity Across Nations
This committee is for intermediate delegates. UNCSTD is appropriate for second, third, and fourth timers with experiences.
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is a United Nations agency that works to improve children's lives, fight for their rights, and provide humanitarian and developmental aid to children all over the world. This committee is for our middle school delegates who wish to start off their MUN careers. So this year at NAMUN, our agenda items will be:
1)Solving the issue of forced child marriages
2)Fighting against social exclusion and child poverty
3)Providing education during emergencies
This committee is marked as a beginner committee for middle school students. UNICEF is appropriate for delegates who are first or second-timers.
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