Nanyang Technological University Model United Nations
- Singapore, Singapore
- Feb 15 - Feb 17, 2019
- 350 Delegates
Peace, Security and Intelligence in the 21st Century
Greetings from the NTUMUN 2019 Organising Committee. We’re excited to announce that the annual Nanyang Technological University Model United Nations (NTUMUN) conference is set to be held on 15-17 February 2019!
Held on the beautiful NTU campus in Singapore, NTUMUN has expanded over the past 13 years to include more than 400 participants from over 25 countries. In 2019, NTUMUN will consist of 9 exciting councils and 5 press networks. We would love to have you join us!
Registration is open until 2nd January 2019. Register at the link below!
Feel free to visit our website at www.ntumodelun.com, or drop us an email at email@example.com if you have any questions. Like us on facebook and follow us on Instagram (@ntumodelun) for more updates. We look forward to hosting you this coming February!
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
- Rohingya Refugee Crisis
- Climate Refugees
Food and Agriulture Organization (FAO)
- Building food security resilience in Sub-Saharan African
- Developing sustainable agricultural practices
World Health Organization (WHO)
- Eradicating Hepatitis
- The Issue of Healthy and Active Ageing
Special Political and Decolonisation Committee (SPECPOL)
- Managing Human expansion into Outer Space
- Managing Post-2048 Antarctica
Disarmament and International Security Committee (DISEC)
- Developing Rules of Cyber Warfare
- Evaluating the Outer Space Weapons Treaty in the 21st Century
International Press Corps
- Press Networks : AFP, Al Jazeera, Reuters, Russia Today, Xinhua
- The Internal Security of Singapore and tackling the Communist Threat
- The future of Singapore: self-rule, independence, or merger?
Singapore Cabinet Crisis
- 1991: Pukul Habis
United Nations Security Council (UNSC)
- Peace-making in the South Sudan Civil War
- Transitioning To Modern Warfare Through Autonomous Weapons
International Court of Justice
- Chagos Archipelago Dispute (United Kingdom v. Mauritius)
- Alleged violations of the 1955 Treaty of Amity, Economic Relations, and Consular Rights (Islamic Republic of Iran v. United States of America)