TIEMUN 2024 | Alexandria 2024-11-26 | 2024-11-26 | mymun

Conference

Online

Nov 26 - Nov 30, 2024

500 delegates expected

University Students and High School Students

Applications

Delegates

Jan 26, 2023 - Nov 10, 2024

Head Delegates

Mar 2, 2024 - Nov 10, 2024

Faculty Advisor

Mar 2, 2024 - Nov 10, 2024

Observers

Dec 2, 2023 - Sep 30, 2024

The International Egyptian Model United Nations (TIEMUN) conference is a selective high school and college level simulation of the United Nations, hosted in Alexandria, Egypt, which serves to provide the leaders of tomorrow with a first-class opportunity to debate and search for answers to the problems of our generation as a means of developing their interpersonal and intrapersonal skills. TIEMUN is global-wide debate team, and as the virtual conference halls fill with the sound of impassioned speeches and the clacking of keyboards, the world watches in anticipation, wondering what kind of change will emerge from this gathering of minds. The stage is set for an unforgettable three days of diplomacy, innovation, and global citizenship. Are you the future diplomat?

Awards: 

There will be 4 Delegates assigned an award from each committee. All participants will get a Certificate of Participation. The 4 Awards for each committee are x2 Honorable Mentions, x1 Outstanding Delegate and x1 Best Delegate. 

(The delegates may receive a Certificate of Participation only and only if they attend at least 2 days of the conference and if they show active contribution during the conference.) 

Position Papers: 

  • Position Papers are Optional.
  • Only those who submit Position Papers will qualify for winning the Best Position Paper Award.
  • Deadline for Position Papers is 20th November 2024 (Any Position Papers after that will not be taken into consideration)

 

Committees

Junior Assembly
Junior Advocacy Council
Economic and Social Council
Innovation and Development Council
Youth Assembly on Student Affairs
Senior Council on Student Affairs
Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice
Junior Assembly
Junior Advocacy Council
Economic and Social Council
Innovation and Development Council
Youth Assembly on Student Affairs
Senior Council on Student Affairs
Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice
Difficulty

Beginner

Size

47 Spots

Difficulty

Beginner

Size

30 Spots

Difficulty

Intermediate

Size

53 Spots

Difficulty

Intermediate

Size

59 Spots

Difficulty

Expert

Size

195 Spots

Difficulty

Expert

Size

47 Spots

Difficulty

Expert

Size

53 Spots

Description

The Junior Assembly is designed for middle school students. Seeing as there are little to no opportunities for middle schoolers to participate in MUN in Egypt, this committee will enable younger parti...

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The JAC aims to provide a platform for middle school students to share their ideas and solutions on issues related to youth empowerment, education, and employment. This committee offers a unique oppor...

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Description

The council is a vital committee in addressing global economic and social issues. Delegates will tackle topics such as poverty eradication, sustainable development, and gender equality....

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The IDC explores science, technology, and innovation for sustainable progress. Delegates discuss emerging technologies, research, and entrepreneurship....

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YASA focuses on the students mental health and well-being, as well as student morale and academic standards. Advocates address issues such as educational policies, access to high-quality education, an...

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Topic

Human Rights

Topics

Economic

Social Council

Topics

Mental Health

Student Rights

Topic

Student Affairs

Organizers

Gina SamyProfile Picture

Gina Samy
Founder