LUXMUN 2019

Luxembourg Model United Nations

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“Overcoming inconceivable obstacles through cooperation”

Hello,

We are ecstatic to announce that we will be organising this year’s LUXMUN, which will be held from the 4th to the 8th of July 2019! We are so excited to see you all there!
We feel our theme “Overcoming inconceivable obstacles through cooperation” encompasses how we envision this conference and hope all of you wishing to attend will feel this vision in attending our event. We hope you will enjoy yourselves and create new bonds with individuals from all over Europe. We are delighted to welcome you at the Athénée de Luxembourg and are thrilled to be able to meet you all!
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This is a Top Rated series of conferences - it has consistently been rated with 4 or more stars!


Organizers

Sáoirse Goes
Secretary General

Isabella Siry
President of the General Assembly

Committees

Security Council (SC)

Topics
The Issue of International Intervention in Eastern Ukraine Terrorism, state responsibility and the use of armed force - Non-state terrorist groups

Chairs
Marleen Onnekes

Disarmament and International Security (DISEC)

Topics
Addressing the Issue of Global Terrorism and its Repercussions on Disarmament and International Security Addressing the issue of the growing availability of small arms

Chairs
Dominik Ströbel
Barnabás Pintér

Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)

Topics
Sustainable Financing Of Socio-Economic Development In LDCs Tackling the effects of consumption inequality

Chairs
Sophia Guarda
Jessica Savery

World Health Organisation (WHO)

Topics
Health Effects of Genetically Modified Foods Addressing access barriers to health services in low-income countries

Chairs
Mateja Bokan
Julia Twardzisz

United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC)

Topics
Strengthen labour laws and prevention of exploitation of child and women labour The right to adequate standard of living and non discrimination in housing - intersectionality between different groups of people (women, minorities, and the "poor")

Chairs
Lorena Ferrarini
Felix Ringe