TEIMUN 2024 | The Hague 2024-07-08 | 2024-07-08 | mymun

Conference

The Hague, Netherlands

Jul 8 - Jul 12, 2024

120 delegates expected

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Dec 1, 2023 - Dec 31, 2023

Reshaping the Future: Structural Change in a World of Development

Sign up as a Delegate or Journalist via our site 

https://teimun.org/registration-teimun-2024/.

Application Deadlines

Delegates not requiring a visa: April 26th - May 17th

About Our Theme

The developments of the recent decades have brought remarkable changes and progress. "Development" has become the watchword in various realms: sustainability, culture, economy, technology, digitalisation and international relations. It is a concept that expresses the process of structural improvements in multiple aspects of human life and perfectly fits the current dynamic in the global society. 

The interconnectedness of these domains highlights how development is a multifaceted and essential aspect of contemporary society. Actually, the developments of the recent decades have been nothing short of revolutionary. However, as the saying goes, every silver lining has its cloud. These transformations have given rise to fresh, intricate issues and complex problems.

Therefore, it is in these challenging times that we must harness the power of collective innovation and cooperation to navigate the problematic complexities that accompany progress.

In recent years society has engaged in discussions on development issues and addressing changes with new measures, agendas and legislation. However, development is an ongoing journey leading to structural shifts within our society and so every day creates new challenges. Legislators are struggling to address the surge of AI and technological advancements. The planet steadily grows warmer, giving rise to environmental crises like wildfires and flooding. Achieving equality remains an unfulfilled dream, creating a barrier to societal development. Conflict and environmental problems contribute to rising migration levels and a need for more effective migration policies. Security and privacy are challenged by the digital world. The current international setting is being reshaped by the ascent of new powers and actors, asking for adjustments in international law.

These are just a few of the pressing issues that demand immediate attention. Join us at TEIMUN 2024, an MUN organised by the TEIMUN Foundation to discuss development on an international scale and witness first-hand how our global society confronts these emerging challenges. Join us and help reshape the future! 
 

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ECOFIN (General Assembly Second Committee)
UNEP
SOCHUM (General Assembly Third Committee)
Historical Crisis
Security Council
NATO
ECOFIN (General Assembly Second Committee)
UNEP
SOCHUM (General Assembly Third Committee)
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Description

The Peloponnesian War, 431 to 404 BC, a conflict unfolded between Athens, a powerful force, and the daunting Spartan military, alongside their respective allies. It is a tale of political scheming, mi...

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The Pathway to Justice: Addressing Rising Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo: The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is embroiled in heightened violence and political tensions, deeply roote...

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Combatting Human Trafficking in Conflict Zones: NATO's Response: The NATO council will be discussing combatting human trafficking in conflict zones with a focus on NATO's response. The council will ex...

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Combating Illicit Financial Flows through International Cooperation: Addressing illicit financial flows is crucial in the fight against corruption and for promoting transparency, aligning with the ob...

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Implementing Zero Carbon Emissions Zones in Urban Centers: Cities globally are actively pursuing sustainable development, with the implementation of zero carbon emissions zones in urban centers emerg...

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Gender Equality in Middle Eastern and North African Labour Markets: According to the IMF, women in Middle Eastern and North African (MENA) countries make up only 29% of the labour force, the lowest f...

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Topic

Peloponnesian War

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The Pathway to Justice: Addressing Rising Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo

A Call for Multilateral Intervention: The Red Sea Crisis

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Combatting Human Trafficking in Conflict Zones: NATO's Response

Discussing the framework and implications of Lethal Autonomous Weapons (LAWS) in NATOÔÇÖs defense strategy

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Combating Illicit Financial Flows Through International Cooperation

Moving Towards Sustainable Extraction of Rare Earth Elements

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Implementing zero carbon emissions in urban centres

Promotion of circular economy practices for sustainable development on a global scale

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Closing the Digital Gap in Latin America

Gender Equality in Middle Eastern and North African Labour Markets

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Organizers

Mihnea PasereProfile Picture

Mihnea Pasere
Deputy Secretary General

Galina MilenovaProfile Picture

Galina Milenova
Participants Coordinator

Lucia LamošováProfile Picture

Lucia Lamošová
Secretary General

Emmelotte RoeloffsProfile Picture

Emmelotte Roeloffs
PR Coordinator