WawMUN 2018

Warsaw Model United Nations

  • Warszawa, Poland
  • None
  • Oct 25 - Oct 28, 2018
  • 450 Delegates
  • zł260.00 Fee
  • Delegate Applications
    13 Aug 2018 - 22 Oct 2018
  • Chair Applications
    18 Mar 2018 - 23 Apr 2018
  • Observer Applications
    13 Aug 2018 - 16 Oct 2018
  • Delegation Applications
    13 Aug 2018 - 19 Oct 2018

12th annual Warsaw Model United Nations Conference will take place in Warsaw, the capital of Poland from 25th to 28th of October, 2018.

Over the past eleven years, WawMUN has grown rapidly both in number of committees as well as 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.


Rating

4.19 out of 5

Top Rated MUN

This is a Top Rated series of conferences - it has consistently been rated with 4 or more stars!

Other Editions

2019 4.41
2017 4.21
2016 4.04
2015 4.21
2014 4.17

Organizers

Michał Matczak
USG Logistics

Joanna Jagodzinska
USG Public Relations

Anna Gruszczyńska
USG Design & Supplies

Maciej Kaczorek
USG Finance

Michał Gruchalski
President of the General Assembly

Franciszek Kobiałka
Secretary General

Iga Kulikowska
USG Delegate Services


Country Matrix
Committees
Historical Security Council
Historical Security Council

Topics

  • Ending the Angolan Conflict
Chairs
Vedant Harwani
Antoni Wasilewski

Human Rights Council
Human Rights Council

Topics

  • Human rights violations in the Horn of Africa
Chairs
Wiktor Wojewódka
Julian Kulikowski

International Criminal Court
International Criminal Court

Topics

  • Al-Hassan case
Chairs
Marysia Opadczuk
Witold Marynowski

World Health Organization
World Health Organization

Topics

  • Combating the opioid crisis in Africa
Chairs
Marta Wojtkiewicz
Aleksander Bernaciak

Disarmament and International Security Committee
Disarmament and International Security Committee

Topics

  • Undertaking measures in order to combat terrorist movements and ensure non-escalation thereof with emphasis put on the Boko Haram and the Lord’s Resistance Army
Chairs
Benjamin Seifert
Maksymilian Ogorzałek

Economic and Financial Affairs Council
Economic and Financial Affairs Council

Topics

  • Combating illicit financial flows from African developing countries
Chairs
Michał Samczuk
Marta Grzybczyk

Economic and Social Council
Economic and Social Council

Topics

  • Global Value Chains - a mean to eradicate poverty
Chairs
Mateusz Frączek
Weronika Grzybczyk

United Nations Women
United Nations Women

Topics

  • The human rights violations against women and girls in Sub-Saharan Africa with special emphasis on Boko Haram
Chairs
Marta Stępniewska
Helena Górecka
Maria Szafarz

Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Council
Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Council

Topics

  • Eradicating forced servitude in Africa
Chairs
Hanna Walczak
Timothy O'Neill

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

Topics

  • Prisons as centres of crime and human rights abuses: improving the treatment and health standards of prisoners in the regions of Western, Middle and Eastern Africa
Chairs
Tosia Wierzchosławska
Piotr Toruński

United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund
United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund

Topics

  • Creating regulatory measures to eliminate the use of child labour in poverty stricken regions of Africa
Chairs
Dominik Harvey
Dominika Owczarek

World Bank
World Bank

Topics

  • Tackling the economical difficulties raised by the uncontrolled and unplanned growth of urban areas in Africa
Chairs
Wiktoria Nowak
Wojciech Rogowski

Security Council
Security Council

Topics

  • The ongoing insurgence in Somalia and the question of recognition of Somaliland
Chairs
Paweł Tarnowski
Karolina Popowska


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