NISMUN 2024 | Putrajaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2024-03-01 | 2024-03-01 | mymun


Putrajaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Malaysia

Mar 1 - Mar 3, 2024

272 delegates expected

High School Students


To whom it may concern,

We hope this letter finds you well. My name is Yoon, the Secretary-General of Nexus International School Model United Nations Conference 2024 (NISMUNC 2024), and on behalf of the 2024 Secretariat Team, it is with great pleasure that I extend a warm invitation to your institution to participate in NISMUNC 2024 which will take place from the 1st to 3rd of March 2024. 

NISMUNC, with an impressive 11-year history, has firmly established itself as one of Malaysia's leading Model United Nations conferences. We aim to provide a platform for delegates across a range of expertise, from beginner delegates to experienced delegates, to develop their understanding of international affairs, diplomacy and leadership skills through active debates. 

As advocates for global citizenship and diplomacy education, we are committed to providing an enriching and educational experience for our delegates. This year’s chosen theme, '#cha11engedby_,' reflects the core spirit of NISMUNC. The agendas presented have been curated with care by our Secretariat Team to address the most relevant and pressing issues we face in this modern day. The skills attained, refined and developed through NISMUNC 2024 will undoubtedly become valuable assets as you navigate the challenges of the future. The following topics were chosen to inspire active and heated debates, encouraging you to delve into the complexities of global affairs. 

Please take a moment to look through this letter which includes this year’s conference schedule, agendas and our registration process.  


Day 1 - Friday (01/03/2024)14:00 - 15:00RegistrationAdmin Office
15:00 - 16:00Opening CeremonyTheatre
16:00 - 17:30Committee Session ICouncil Rooms
Day 2 - Saturday (02/03/2024)9:00 - 10:30Committee Session IICouncil Rooms
10:30 - 11:00Morning Break*Canteen
11:00 - 13:00Committee Session IIICouncil Rooms
13:00 - 14:00Lunch*Canteen
14:00 - 16:00Committee Session IVCouncil Rooms
16:00 - 16:30Break*Canteen
16:30 - 18:00Committee Session VCouncil Rooms
18:00 - 20:00Socials*TBC
Day 3 - Sunday (03/03/2024)9:00 - 10:30Committee Session VICouncil Rooms
10:30 - 11:00Morning BreakCanteen
11:00 - 13:00Committee Session VIICouncil Rooms
13:00 - 14:00Lunch*Canteen
14:00 - 16:00Committee Session VIIICouncil Rooms
16:00 - 18:00Closing CeremonyTheatre

*: Meals or snacks will be provided according to the occasion.

THIMUN (The Hague International Model United Nations)


  1. ECOSOC (Economic and Social Council)
    1. Developing Economic Strategies to Combat the Trafficking of Children for Forced Labour
    2. Regulating the Use of Crypto Currency in the Illegal Drugs Trade


  1. UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme)
    1. Mitigating Flood Risks and Enhancing Disaster Resilience in Low-Lying Regions
    2. The Promotion of Responsible Management of Radioactive Waste in Japan's Marine Environment 


  1. UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization)
    1. The Protection of Cultural Heritage Sites at Risk from Armed Conflicts and Illicit Plundering
    2. The Preservation of Endangered Languages



HMUN (Harvard Model United Nations)


  1. DISEC (Disarmament and International Security Committee)
    1. Regulating the Proliferation of Biological Warfare and Chemical Weapons
    2. The Militarisation of Outer Space


  1. UNHRC (United Nations Human Rights Council)
    1. Addressing Human Rights Infringements with the Development of Technology
    2. Protection of the Rights and Safety of the Rohingya Muslim Refugees 


  1. UNSC (United Nations Security Council)
    1. De-escalating India-China Border Tensions
    2. The Militarisation of Polar Regions 


  1. UNODC (United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime)
    1. Discussing an Intervention for the trafficking of Synthetic Drugs
    2. Commodification of Narcotic Drugs in Nations Economically Reliant on Drug Trafficking

Specialised Committees

  1. CRISIS (Historical Crisis Committee)
    1. The Second World War 


  1. IPC (International Press Corps)
    1. An exciting opportunity for delegates to represent news agencies from across the world and the political spectrum. Allowing delegates to view an MUN conference from an alternate perspective and see it from beyond a single council room. Delegates will be given a series of journalistic tasks such as hosting press conferences, breaking news, and writing opinion editorials as well as news reports. 


  1. DR (Dewan Rakyat)
    1.  Examining proposals to amend the Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act 1965 (Act 355) 
    2.  Improving the government’s response to the effects of climate change and strengthen climate resilience


More details about the councils including a description and the countries available can be found on our country matrix here


Delegate Registration Process:

To register as a delegate for NISMUNC, please follow these steps. Please note the age limit should not exceed 21. The delegate registration form can be found here

Early Bird Registration (RM130): 28th November, 2023 ~ 8th December, 2023.

Regular Registrations (RM145)9th December, 2023 ~ 28th January, 2024.


Group Delegation Registration Process:

A group delegation MUST have a minimum of 5 delegates and a maximum of 10 delegates. Due to the size limit, a single institution will be allowed to send an unlimited number of group delegations. Kindly only fill in this Google form once even if your group is larger than 5, we will contact you to split it once registration has ended.

All group delegations will be automatically eligible for the 'Best Group Delegation' award which will be awarded to the group delegation with the highest average delegate score. 

Group delegations can choose to either register and pay individually or as a group. More information about group delegation registration can be found on the registration form here

We are pleased to announce that we can also assist your delegation in arranging for accommodation and transport, please contact our secretariat team for further details.

Teacher Advisor Registration Process:

Deadline for registration: 23:59, 28th January, 2024. The teacher advisor registration form can be found here


As a teacher advisor, you will gain access to observe your students in our council rooms as well as to our Teacher Advisor lounge where you can work with complimentary WiFi. In addition, you may opt to purchase our meal plan for RM85 which will provide you with lunch on Saturday and Sunday, dinner at Socials on Saturday as well as refreshments served throughout the conference.  

We highly encourage you to take a look at the website ( as all of the details and information of our conference is included.

We greatly appreciate your interest in our conference and cannot wait to have you be a part of NISMUNC 2024. Please do not hesitate to contact us (via email to if you have any queries. 

To keep up-to-date with us, follow us on Instagram (@nismunc_) and Tiktok (@nismunc). 

We truly look forward to the opportunity to welcome you to NISMUNC’24 this coming March! Thank you for considering our invitation, and we eagerly await your response.


Best Regards, 

Yoon Chun and Dev Dharmendran

Secretary-General and Deputy-Secretary-General