Santander Model United Nations
- Santander, Spain
- Avda. de las Castros, s/n, 39005
- Mar 01 - Mar 03, 2019
- 120 Delegates
- €33.00 Fee
Delegate Applications09 Dec 2018 - 16 Feb 2019
Chair Applications28 Nov 2018 - 10 Dec 2018
Delegation Applications09 Dec 2018 - 05 Feb 2019
Welcome to SANMUN 2019,
SANMUN consists on a three-day Model United Nations conference open to curious students 16+ from all over the world which will take place from the 1st to 3rd of March, 2019.
Held in the northern Spanish city of Santander, it offers its participants a unique location by the Atlantic ocean, surrounded by mountains, to exchange ideas and reach an international consensus with many other members of the MUN community.
SANMUN 2019 offers its attendants an interconnected conference under the general theme of: “Migrations from a global perspective divided in: economic, global politics and European law”. The analysis of this topic will be discussed in three committees: Council of the European Union, Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) and the Security Council.
The Security Council debate will be held in English and its topic is: “Countering migrant smuggling in international waters of the Libyan coast”. This committee is recommended for delegates with previous experience in other MUN conferences.
The Council of the EU debate will be held in English and its topic is. “The Reform of the FRONTEX legislation: towards its reinforcement and new areas of control or its weakening? This Committee is recommended for University Students.
The ECOSOC debate will be held in English, and its topic is “How to maximize the economic and developmental impacts of migration in Africa”
This Committee is recommended for students studying in high school grades or higher.
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We hope to see you all.
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Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)
- How to maximize the economic and developmental impacts of migration in Africa
Kevin Jiménez Ripoll
- Countering migrant smuggling in international waters of the Libyan coast