StetiMUN 2017

Szczecin Model United Nations

  • Szczecin, Poland
  • Nov 16 - Nov 18, 2017
  • 160 Delegates
  • €25.00 Fee
  • Delegate Applications
    13 Aug 2017 - 10 Nov 2017

The word Stetimun is essentially made up from two parts: Steti referring to the name of our city Szczecin (Stettin) and MUN which is an abbreviation from Model United Nations. It is a conference that is held annually in II Liceum Ogólnokształcące in Szczecin and brings together young students from Poland as well as rest of Europe. Szczecin Model United Nations is an outstanding opportunity for students to engage in global issues and learn the principles of international politics. Not only does it help the delegates in developing their discussion skills, but also teaches how to search for a compromise in delicate matters. What is more it is a wonderful opportunity to make international friends and have a lot of fun all the way.


Rating

4.59 out of 5

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Organizers

Country Matrix
Committees
Counter-Terrorism Committee
Counter-Terrorism Committee

Topics

  • Gun restrictions for civilian people as a way to stop the acts of terrorism and weaponized assaults.
  • Migration crisis: ways of controlling the flow of refugees and illegal immigrants as a measurement to prevent the spread of terrorism and terrorists across the Europe.
Chairs
Jakub Laskowski
United Nations Development Programme
United Nations Development Programme

Topics

  • Averting famine in South Sudan, Somalia, Nigeria and Yemen.
  • Discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity or intersex status in Asia
Chairs
Julia Pińkowska
Lidia Jędrzejak
International Criminal Court
International Criminal Court

Topics

  • Case of Saudi Arabian-led intervention in Yemen. King Salman of Saudi Arabia is going to be prosecuted on the charges of breaking the law of the Rome Statute.
Chairs
Katarzyna Kruk
Alicja Černohorská
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

Topics

  • Combating the increasing problem of legal highs
  • Human trafficking with focus on sexual slavery in south Asia
Chairs
Marta Koć
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

Topics

  • The limitation and control of information flow used as a political weapon.
  • Removal of the symbols of former totalitarian systems as a way of whitewashing history.
Chairs
Natan Pawłowski
Agata Staszak
United Nations Economic and Social Council
United Nations Economic and Social Council

Topics

  • The gender pay gap – how to avoid unequal salaries against the background of gender?
  • Emphasizing international cooperation against the problem of migrant smuggling
Chairs
Jakub Szajek
Kornel König
United Nations Human Rights Council
United Nations Human Rights Council

Topics

  • Putting an end to the practice of organ harvesting
  • Undertaking measures to eradicate forced labour and debt bondage
Chairs
Zofia Stelmaszczyk
Anna Olichwer
United Nations Security Council
United Nations Security Council

Topics

  • Threats imposed by ongoing problem of nuclear artillery and developing new types of weapons
  • Syrian Civil War
Chairs
Maya Turostowska
Julia Mancewicz