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 – 4.00 In session (Topic 2)
4.00 – 4.30 Superlatives
4.45 – 5.15 Closing ceremony
5.15 – 6.00 Refreshments