KleMUN 2017

Kleve Model United Nations

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KleMUN 2017 - Tomorrow Together

Kleve Model United Nations is an emerging MUN event set in the region of the Niederrhein, Germany. First held in 2013, KleMUN is organized by students of the Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences at Campus Kleve. Since the university itself is already an international environment with students coming from over 80 countries, a MUN fits perfectly into the student community and enjoys the support of the university as well. The vision of KleMUN is to provide an MUN that is not only suitable for experienced delegates, but also for beginners and intermediate debaters.In order to keep the debates active and engaging, the committees do not exceed a maximum number of 20-25 delegates per committee. This ensures that every participant can feel comfortable enough to engage in the debates, improve their skills, and actively learn more about current world events.

KleMUN 2017 will be held from the 22nd - 26th November 2017 with around 100 delegates participating. This year, there will be five different committees to choose from: UN Human Rights Council UNGA 4th Committee - Special Political and Decolonization UN Office on Drugs and Crimes UN Global Compact UN Security Council

KleMUN includes not only the debates, but also an introduction to the rules and procedures, social events in the evenings and lunch to regain your strength for the debates. Everyone is welcome to apply! For further details, follow us on Facebook!


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Organizers

Committees

Fourth Committee - Special Political and Decolonization Committee

Topics
Topic 1: The Question of West Papua Topic 2: Comprehensive Review of Peacekeeping Operations in Central African Republic in all their Aspects

Chairs
Clara Geiger
Valentin Wagner

Historical United Nations Security Council

Topics
Topic 1: The Situation in Afghanistan Topic 2: Crisis

Chairs
Geert de Vries
Manuel Fröhlich

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crimes

Topics
Topic 1: Reassessing Modern Drug Policy Topic 2: Addressing the Issue of Modern Day Slavery via Human Trafficking

Chairs
Jenny Mushegera
Arun Joseph

United Nations Human Rights Council

Topics
Topic 1: Assessing the Religious, Cultural, and Legal Components of Child Marriage Topic 2: Protecting the Human Rights of Refugees

Chairs
Arne Frey
Markus Heitsch

United Nations Global Compact

Topics
Topic 1: Ensuring Fair Compensation for Laborers in Developing Countries Topic 2: Application of the Paris Accord to Business Practice

Chairs
Dineo B Sithole
Lukas Hagen