The movement and mobilisation of people is an issue being brought more to the fore of our global arena every year. Whether through the advent of globalisation through trade, human migration in states of crisis, or the opening of new trade channels due to the climate change crisis, the United Nations has had to increasingly get involved in the movement of the world, open up peaceful channels of communication between states, as well as see to the sustainable well-being of all citizens of the world.
Hosted by the United Nations Association of South Africa- University of Pretoria Chapter, this Model United Nations (MUN) conference aims to draw light to the specific issue of mobility and movement in the world today, whilst being inclusive of the development of all countries. It will challenge all participants to engage with various SDGs of the United Nations.
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UNASA UP Events & Logistics Officer
UNASA UP Chapter Chairperson
UNASA UP Model UN/NatMUN 2019 Programme Coordinator
UNASA UP Model UN Volunteer
Alleviating the Threat of Terrorism Resulting from Human Migration The Situation in South Sudan
The Rohingya Refugee Crisis
Global Environmental Issues Caused by Human Migration
African Mobility in the 4th Industrial Revolution