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Agenda Items & Chair Reports

This year, the Organ Committees, composed of the Economic and Social Council, Human Rights Council, Security Council, Advisory Panel, Historical Security Council, Historical Committee, and the International Court of Justice centered around the theme of Eastern Europe. This region has long played a vital role in global affairs, and its importance is only growing in today's world. Eastern Europe is home to a diverse range of cultures, languages, and religions. Unifying all committees under a single, coherent region, in this case, Eastern Europe, enhances the MUN experience by creating a more immersive and interconnected learning environment. It encourages delegates to think holistically, consider the broader context, and collaborate across committees to address complex regional issues. This approach fosters a deeper understanding of Eastern Europe's significance in the global landscape and provides delegates with valuable insights into the region's history, politics, and culture.

Human Rights Council

Economic and Social Council

Security Council

Advisory Panel on the Question of Eastern Europe (APQEE)

Historical Committee (High School)

Historical Security Council (High School)

ICJ (High School)

  • Application of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (Georgia v. Russian Federation)

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