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On the 75th anniversary of the United Nations, join the old guard of MUNs as they share their horror stories, memorable moments… and some genuine learnings too! From how MUNs first started in Bangalore to the unstoppable movement it has now become, get a first hand account of its epic journey.
After the first 20 minutes with the panel, the forum will be opened up to the current MUN warriors to share their experiences and their view of MUN.
So join us for a seriously fun discussion on all things MUN and find out whether MUN learns from the UN or it needs to be the other way around!
Dipti founded both SMUN and Christ Junior College Model United Nations. She has won best delegate at a number of Model UNs most notably in the Security Council as the delegate of Barbados at NLSIU, proving that at an MUN the country you’re assigned really doesn’t impact your chances of winning.
Anshuk interned with the Permanent Mission of India to the UN during India’s presidency of the Security Council. He has also attended the first few emergency meetings on the Syrian Civil War and helped Indian diplomats draft the SC’s first Presidential Statement on the crisis. Having attended upwards of 25 MUNs over the course of school and college, he has been the Secretary of the UN Association at Leeds Unversity.
Nikhil has been part of the founding team of ROTOMUN and the President and Head of Press at multiple MUNs. He holds the distinction of being the ‘Most Feared Delegate’, albeit fictional. Nikhil has unknowingly made people cry at MUNs and then felt very sorry after.
Raashid is a founding member of ROTOMUN and CMUN and has been invited to chair MUN committees at Oxford University. Famously terrible at writing position papers, he holds the unique position of having been called ‘Lord Voldemort’ on two separate occasions at MUNs in the UK.