TBSMUN 2017

The British School of Warsaw Model United Nations

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TBS MUN 2017 is a wonderful opportunity for the international student community to come together in Warsaw, the heart of Poland, and debate issues of current importance. Our topic this year is Maintaining Order and Preventing Crime in the Cyber age - encouraging participants to consider the solutions to global issues taking into account the rapidly changing world around us. The 2017 edition of our conference will be held primarily at the school's new IB College, where we hope the modern interior and spacious rooms will encourage a heated and fruitful debate.


Organizers

Radek Kargul
Chief of Information and Technology Officer/Vice President of the General Assembly

Kasia Lubańska
Deputy Secretary General of Logistics

Mateusz Gerszberg
President of the General Assembly

Julia Jedrzejczak
Deputy Secretary General

Yash Kumar
Head of Marketing and Communication

Karolina Futera
Secretary General

Committees

UN Office on Drugs and Crime

Topics
Addressing the issue of increased demand for and trafficking of illicit substances over the US-Mexican border Recognising excellence in combatting corruption

Chairs
Audrey Perreault
Dora Pietroiu

Human Rights Council

Topics
Measures to minimise female infanticide in Southern and Eastern Asian states Punishing LGBTQ individuals

Chairs
Angelica Cetin
Alex Kulig

Disarmament and International Security Committee

Topics
The Satan II missile and its implications for nuclear proliferation

Chairs
Owen Dilworth
Sviatoslav Voloshyn

World Health Organization

Topics
Addressing the spread, containment and effects of the Zika Virus Measures to limit the extent of physical and psychological damage resulting from overworking in Eastern Asia

Chairs
Annabel Fox
Kasia Kupczyk

World Trade Organization

Topics
The Cuban Embargo - Fostering the development of international trade with Cuba

Chairs
Camcia Hoang
Anna Markman

Economic and Social Council

Topics
Economic and social preparations for the international implications of Post-Brexit Europe.

Chairs
Zahra Dry
Aleksandra Ostrowska

European Council

Topics
Improving the EU's cyber defence systems and recovering from the cyber attacks between Ukraine and Russia in relation to the malware attack on the Ukrainian power grid in December​ 2015.

Chairs
Olha Kurenda
Klaudia Pham

Security Council

Topics
Combating the use of social media by the so-called Islamic State (ISIS) in the recruitment and indoctrination of European nationals. The situation in North Korea - Combating extremist government propaganda and threats to international security.

Chairs
Omar Suleiman
Yulia Chmykhova

Economic and Financial Committee

Topics
Preventing white collar crimes as a threat brought about by the digitalisation of international transactions and banks.

Chairs
Mila Rowyszyn
Karolina Barska