PLISMUN 2019 | Prague 2019-01-18 | 2019-01-18 | mymun

Conference

Prague, Czech Republic

Jan 18 - Jan 20, 2019

100 delegates expected

High School Students

where the values and destiny of the future are in our hands

With pride, we present you to the second annual Model United Nations conference hosted by Park Lane International School. This conference is open to all upper-grade students, and it is of no importance whether you are a first-timer or experienced.

Our conference is almost 100% student-led, and we have wholeheartedly worked hard enough to ensure that not only do you engage in high-yielding debates, but also make bonds, and develop skills that will last a long time.

We hope that this conference will play a crucial role in not only your professional careers but also within your personal understanding of the world.

We truly hope for PLISMUN’19 to be a great MUN experience for all participants. It is our main goal for every student to leave with more experience and skill than they arrived with along with great memories.

Committees

GA1 (Disarmament and International Security)
GA3 (SOCHUM)
GA6 (Legal)
Security Council
Historical Security Council
ECOSOC (UN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL)
GA1 (Disarmament and International Security)
GA3 (SOCHUM)
GA6 (Legal)
Security Council
Historical Security Council
ECOSOC (UN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL)
Size

16 Spots

Size

24 Spots

Size

16 Spots

Size

15 Spots

Size

12 Spots

Size

21 Spots

Topics

Combating Illegal Arms Markets and Weapon Trading Globally

Taking Measures to Strengthen Cyber Security

Topics

Establishing Solutions for the Humanitarian Crises in Yemen

Eliminating Torture Methods for Interrogations and Intelligence Gathering Grounds

Topics

Setting legislation to the Control of Violence Against Protesters

Setting legislation to Strengthen International Counter-Terrorism Effort

Topic

The Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962

Topic

Promoting Secularisation of Governments in Developing Countries and Revising the Measures for the Integration of Religious Minorities

Organizers