World Wide Issues, Asian Solutions, Global Citizens.
Welcome to the Discover Model United Nations Asia Conference of 2024.
We're a little bit different from other conferences.
We are free virtual Model UN conference that aims to bring together young leaders from around the world to engage in meaningful discussions and negotiations on global issues. But unlike other free conferences, we offer an high calibre of academic and conference quality that is only expected in large conferences that is held in-person.
Since our founding in 2021, we have connected over 1200 youths from over 70 countries on just our first conference, and we are seeking to expand that sense of impact to people of even more demographics, which brought us to DMUN Asia, an conference focused on accommodating more youths residing in the Eurasian region; breaking the barrier of timezones.
Our leading vision is equity, which is at the forefront of all our efforts, as we believe that every individual should have equal opportunities and access to resources, regardless of their background.
We believe that by creating an inclusive and diverse platform, we can foster a culture of understanding and cooperation, and pave the way for a more equitable future.
With this, we ask you to join us in our revolution inside Model UN, creating greater accessibility inside the circuit, every delegate at a time.
DMUN Asia 2024, provides the participants with 5 diverse committees, that allows beginners and the people who have aced model united nations to put in valuable thoughts into the concerning worldwide topics.
The five different committees are:
- Social, Humanitarian, and Cultural Committee (SOCHUM)
Topic: Ensuring the Resilience of the Poor and Reducing their Vulnerability to Climate – Related Extreme Events. (Beginner)
- United Nations High Commission on Refugees (UNHCR)
Topic: Food Security in Refugee Camps. (Beginner)
- World Health Organization (WHO)
Topic: Disease Control in Humanitarian Emergencies (Intermediate)
- United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
Topic: Improving Literacy Rates Among Indigenous Peoples. (Intermediate)
- Commission on the Status of Women (CSW)
Topic: Broadening the Scope of Women’s Citizenship, Leadership, and Political Participation in Transition Countries. (Expert)
All committees offer four awards for all the delegates:
- Best Delegate x1
- Outstanding Delegate x1
- Honourable Mention x1
- Best Position Paper
Rules are shared in the document section.
Feel free to reach us out by any mode for any questions.
Social, Humanitarian, and Cultural Committee (SOCHUM)
United Nations High Commission on Refugees (UNHCR)
United Nations’ Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
World health organization
Commission on Status of women
According to a 2017 study by the Brookings Institution, low-income communities are more vulnerable to the risks of natural disasters, and struggle the most to recover. This vulnerability stems from a ...
Refugee camps, by nature, often exist in areas of extreme conflict and are extremely overcrowded, thus placing access to food in jeopardy. The delegates of the UNHCR must ensure that programs are put ...
Closing the gap between indigenous communities and the rest of modern society has been at the forefront of UNESCO’s work since its inception in 1945. Now, over seventy years later, improving education...
Following major conflicts or natural disasters, large numbers of people are often displaced and relocated to temporary locations with high population density. The World Health Organization has assesse...
One key focus of the CSW is to ensure that transitions are fully inclusive and democratic, meaning that they respond to the needs and priorities of women and girls. Delegates will have to ensure that ...
Ensuring the Resilience of the Poor and Reducing their Vulnerability to Climate Related Extreme Events
Food Security in Refugee Camps
Improving Literacy Rates Among Indigenous Peoples
Disease Control in Humanitarian Emergencies
Broadening the Scope of Women’s Citizenship, Leadership, and Political Participation in Transition Countries