This Year’s Theme: Establishing Paths Towards Global Security and Peace.

From the Secretariat

Model United Nations is an excellent medium through which students can enrich their knowledge of current affairs and foster their critical thinking skills. We are proud to have created this opportunity for students to engage in meaningful debate and hope it proves to be a valuable experience.

Committees and Topics

Security Council: 

  • Addressing the Ongoing Israel-Palestine Conflict
  • Investigating the Use of Interrogational Torture

General Assembly 1st Committee (GA1):   

  • Ensuring Ethical Uses of Science and Technology in Warfare
  • Establishing Effective Regulations of the Global Arms Trade


  • Abolishing the Increasing Threat of the Global Drug Crisis
  • Promoting Transparency and Accountability in Governance


  • Negotiating the Resolution to the War in Ukraine
  • Developing a Secure Cyberspace for All Users


  • Tackling the Challenges of Mass Illegal Migration
  • Analysing the Role of Artificial Intelligence in Education

Human Rights Council:

  • Examining the Rights and Autonomy of Sex Workers
  • Combating Forced Separation and Illegal Exploitation of Children

Office for Outer Space Affairs (Middle School Programme):

  • Minimising Excessive Waste and Debris in Outer Space
  • Preventing the Escalation of an Arms Race in Outer Space




Friday 22 March
2.30 Arrival / Check-in
2.30 – 3.15 Refreshments
3.15 Opening ceremony
3.45 Split into lobbying rooms
6.00 Finish for the day
Saturday 23 March
9.00 Arrival
9.00 – 12.30 In session (Topic 1)
12.30 – 1.30 Staggered Lunch
1.30 – 4.15 In session (Topic 2)
4.15- 4.30 Superlatives
4.45 – 5.15 Closing ceremony
5.15 – 6.00 Refreshments



Dr. Vincent Intondi is a senior lecturer at Webster University-Leiden in the Netherlands, co-host of the Minds Blown podcast, and Founder/CEO of The Black History in Amsterdam Tour company. From 2013-2023, Intondi was a professor of history and director of the Institute for Race, Justice, and Civic Engagement at Montgomery College in Takoma Park, Maryland. Prior to teaching at Montgomery College, Intondi served as director of research for American University’s Nuclear Studies Institute in Washington, DC and was an associate professor of history at Seminole State College in Sanford, Florida. Intondi is a nuclear disarmament expert whose research focuses on the intersection of race and nuclear weapons. He is the author of African Americans Against the Bomb: Nuclear Weapons, Colonialism, and the Black Freedom Movement (Stanford University Press, 2015) and Saving the World from Nuclear War: The June 12, 1982, Disarmament Rally and Beyond (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2023). Intondi regularly works with organizations exploring ways to include more diverse voices in the nuclear disarmament movement. His current research examines the role of Africa in the nuclear disarmament movement.

Mr Gince Mattam started his diplomatic career in 2011, with initial assignment on cyber diplomacy. Afterwards, he was posted in the Embassy of India, Beijing for around two years, where he studied the Chinese language, and thereafter, worked in at the Embassy. Following this, he was posted at the representative office of India in Taiwan for more than three years, during which he looked after various aspects of cooperation. He returned to the headquarters in New Delhi in mid-2019, where he worked on India’s policy towards Indo-Pacific for around a year, after which he dealt with bilateral cooperation with Bangladesh for more than two years. He took charge as the Deputy Chief of Mission at the Embassy of India, The Hague in September 2022.

Mr Mattam is an engineer by education. He worked as a software engineer for around 6 years before entering the civil service. He is married and has a child.