Warsaw Model United Nations
- Warsaw, Poland
- Oct 15 - Oct 18, 2015
- 386 Delegates
- 60.00 € Fee
Delegate Applications07 Jun 2015 - 14 Oct 2015
Chair Applications27 May 2015 - 07 Jun 2015
Delegation Applications07 Jun 2015 - 06 Oct 2015
9th annual Warsaw Model United Nations Conference will take place in Warsaw, the capital of Poland from 15th to 18th of October, 2015.
Over the past eight years, WawMUN has grown rapidly both in number of committees and delegates and it is the biggest event of that kind in the region.
The Conference is organized by the students of a renowned Polish school, Batory High School in Warsaw.
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- Yemeni Civil War as an exemplification of proliferation of grassroots terrorist organisations.
World Intellectual Property Organization
- Violation of intellectual property rights in the informal sector of global economy.
Historical Security Council
- The Suez Crisis of 1956.
Human Rights Council
- Freedom of expression as a threat to global security.
Economic and Social Council
- Establishing an affordable and sustainable energy sector in developing African states.
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
- Ascending engagement of Middle Eastern terrorist organizations in global human trafficking and its affiliations in Latin America.
Economic and Financial Committee
- Combating the Financing of Terrorism.
Disarmament and International Security Committee
- Combating the illegal arms trafficking in the regions affected by radical Muslim movements.
World Health Organization
- The effect of financial crisis on global health.
- Regulations concerning the problem of shadow banking in the People’s Republic of China.
International Criminal Court
- The accusation of Benjamin Netanyahu in the case of Operation Protective Edge
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
- Migration across the Mediterranean Sea.
United Nations Children's Fund
- Protecting children in the Syrian Civil War.
International Court of Justice
- Case of Bolivia v. Chile: "Obligation to Negotiate Access to the Pacific Ocean.”