PLISMUN 2024 | Prague 2024-02-08 | 2024-02-08 | mymun

Conference

Prague, Czech Republic

Feb 8 - Feb 11, 2024

120 delegates expected

High School Students

Park Lane International School Model United Nations, or PLISMUN for short, is a conference where students aged 13 - 18 discuss topics of global importance by representing countries in a simulation of select committees of the United Nations.

The conference is managed by a completely student-led team. February 2024 will mark the sixth annual edition of PLISMUN - and by no means the last!

 

ABOUT PLISMUN '24:

There are 6 committees in PLISMUN '24 means that first-time MUN debutants and seasoned debating veterans alike will find their place among the many different committees which all have different levels of difficulty.

APPLICATION STATUS:

Chair - 🔴 

Delegate - 🔴

Delegation - 🔴 (Contact via email - plismun@parklane-is.com or info on https://plismun.com/contact)

LINKS:

🔗 https://www.plismun.com/

 

Ratings

PLISMUN 2022

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4.2

Committees

(WHO) World Health Organisation
(HRC) Human Rights Council
(UNFCC) United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
(SPECPOL) Special Political and Decolonisation Committee
(HC) Historical Council
(SC) Security Council
(WHO) World Health Organisation
(HRC) Human Rights Council
(UNFCC) United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
(SPECPOL) Special Political and Decolonisation Committee
(HC) Historical Council
(SC) Security Council
Difficulty

Beginner

Size

20 Spots

Difficulty

Beginner

Size

20 Spots

Difficulty

Intermediate

Size

20 Spots

Difficulty

Intermediate

Size

20 Spots

Difficulty

Expert

Size

25 Spots

Difficulty

Expert

Size

15 Spots

Description

Topic 1: The WHO (World health Organisation) is a committee adreasing healthcare and sanitary developments around the world in order to improve living conditions. This year's topic involves addressing...

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The HRC (Human Rights Council) is the council that aims to ensure that UN determined human rights are met in all memeber states. The recently increasing issue to be addressed at this conference is th...

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Topic 1: The UNFCC (United Nations Framework Convention on Climbing Change) committee aims to adress the global catastrophe of climbing change, this year focusing particulary on the threat to small is...

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Topic 1: With all of the territory in the mainland of the African continent being no longer under foreign control, South Sudan becoming an UN member on 14 July 2011, the past Impacts of colonialism pr...

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Topic 1: As Cliff Robinson, an employee at the Swedish Forsmark Nuclear Power Plant, passed a radiation monitor on his way back from the restroom, the radiation monitor alerted him to a large amount o...

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Topic 1: As humanity develops, the human water consumption increases. It is now used for more than basic survival. We utilise it in refineries, power plants, chemical plants and, most crucially, agric...

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Topics

Addressing the disproportionate distribution of sanitary and medical equipment around the world

Implementing regulations to limit the amount of carcinogenic air pollution that various factories can produce and release into the atmospher... Read all

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Regulating the global exploitation of labour workers within the fashion and textile industry

Topics

Solving the crisis of rising sea levels threatening island nations

Providing aid to the Increasing number of climate refugees caused by environmental disasters

Topics

Combatting modern colonialism within the African continent

Setting standards for mining operating conducted by foreign nations in the region of south Africa

Topics

Finding a resolution for the Chernobyl disaster. Part A (day 1): Dealing with the aftermath of the Chernobyl disaster 1 day after Sweden ale... Read all

Part B (Day 2): Creating regulations for dealing with long term effects of radiation as a result of nuclear disasters

Topic

Addressing rising tensions in regards to water supplies in the Middle East