CamMUN 2018

Cambridge Model United Nations

A three-day conference: Hostility Towards Globalisation

This three-day high school-level conference is located in the heart of the historic and academically stimulating city of Cambridge, UK. The theme of this year’s discussions is "Hostility Towards Globalisation". (Age limits: 14 to 19 and still attending a high school at the time of the conference. Minimum intermediate English required. Due to unexpectedly high interest, this conference is now fully booked. However, look out for our next edition in 2019! Please note that CamMUN is not affiliated with the University of Cambridge.) To learn more, please visit cammun.org. We look forward to meeting you!


Rating

4.17 out of 5

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Committees

Political (Current Issues)
Political (Current Issues)

Topics
The question of Sovereignty in the South China Sea The question of Demilitarising the Korean Penisula The question of Reforming the UN

Chairs
Vita Wilkinson (Student-6F)
Robert Norris
World Trade Organisation - WTO
World Trade Organisation - WTO

Topics
The Question of Micro-financing in LEDCs The Question of Free Trade Agreeements in a Changing World The Question of Short-Term Aid in LEDCs

Chairs
Katie Diss
Serena Latham (Student-6F)
United Nations Environmental Programme - UNEP
United Nations Environmental Programme - UNEP

Topics
The Question of Deforestation of Tropical Rainforests The Question of Overfishing The Question of Genetically Modified Organisms

Chairs
Isabel Atkinson
Cassia Lemon
United Nations Human Rights Committee - UNHRC
United Nations Human Rights Committee - UNHRC

Topics
The Question of the Freedom of Journalists The Question of Universal Access to Primary Health Care The Question of LGBTQ rights in the Developing World

Chairs
Nadja Viktoria Nitz
Alya Howard
Samuel Lord
Economic and Social - ECOSOC
Economic and Social - ECOSOC

Topics
The Question of State-Sponsored Corporate Espionage The Question of Gender Inequality in Industry and Politics The Question of Improving Transportation in the Developing World

Chairs
Amelia Oberholzer (Student-SS)
Annabel Jenkinson
Disarmament and International Security - DISEC
Disarmament and International Security - DISEC

Topics
The Question of Cyber Terrorism The Question of Cluster Munitions The Question of Radiological Dispersal Devices

Chairs
Benedict Russell
Zoja Milovancevic
Karen Cheung

  • Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • Mar 16 - Mar 18, 2018
  • 204 Delegates
  • 58.00 £ Fee

Applications
Chairs
15 January 2018 - 26 January 2018
Delegates
15 June 2017 - 26 January 2018
Delegations
15 June 2017 - 19 January 2018
Organizers

Aidan Grenville
Vice Secretary-General

Ulrike Dr Walton-Jordan
Faculty Advisor

Klara Spark
Secretary General

Ludovica Fenici
Public Relations

Robert Norris
President of the General Assembly

D'Arcy Seamon
USG Finance

Nicole George
Public Relations