John Cabot University Model United Nations Conference

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"Dare to Listen"

Honorable Chairs, Fellow Delegates,

It is my upmost pleasure to welcome you all to the 11th edition of the John Cabot University Model United Nations Conference. Last year, the secreteriat put together the largest event our university has ever seen. This year we aim to continue our sucesses and learn from our mistakes to produce the best JCUMUN edition yet. 

The unique challenges and circumstances of this year have not spared us. Our secretariat has not been able to meet in person and this situation has forced us all to adapt and learn throughout this process. One of the themes we will bring into this conference is this idea of adaptability. The ever complicated problems we face today will need clever, flexible and innovative solutions. As such the secretariat is incredibly excited to welcome you all to the eternal city in February. 

Buona Fortuna,

Secretary General

Lukas Probst 

Important Note - Due to the current Covid-19 situation, all information pertaining to the conference i.e dates, size etc are given without guarantee and are subject to change. The secretariat is doing their best to ensure we can offer you a conference in February, however, we must work with the information we have at the current time.

This is a Top Rated series of conferences - it has consistently been rated with 4 or more stars!


Lukas Probst
Secretary General

Manuela Barroso
USG of Academics

Alessia Vitiello
USG of Logistics

Matteo Cattina
USG of Marketing

Sabrina Mirizio
USG of Events

Courtney Smith
Deputy Secretary General


Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS)

Space Surveillance and Tracking Space Jurisdiction: Establishing a framework for Responsibility and Resource Distribution in Space

Monica Marie Bonilla
Cédric P.M.J. Schad

International Press Corps (IPC)

Reporting through global borders

Lara Asoli
Camila Mosier

Security Council (SC)

An Island Divided: The Question of Cyprus

Egan Paquay
Julieta Staschewski Martínez

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

The recovery of developing countries in the post COVID-19 world Promoting digital technology in developing countries

Yael Shabi
Anastasiia Savchuk

African Union (AU)

Reducing violence in conflict zones Combating corruption within sustainable development

Hilli Shalev