Last years’ theme was: Combatting world hunger and poverty in an imperfect world.

Committees and Issues

Security Council: 

  • Addressing the Hunger Crisis in Afghanistan
  • Discussing the use of Biological Weaponry and its Consequences

Human Rights Council: 

  • Integration of Affordable Technology to Improve Education in the Developing World
  • Removing Tangible Barriers for Children to Escape Poverty


  • Establishing Protocols for Food Security in Conflict Zones
  • The Prevention of an Arms Race in Outer Space


  • Economic and Environmental Maximization of Winds & Solar Energy
  • Regulation of Cryptocurrencies


  • Examining the Relationship between Legalization of Marijuana and Drug Related Crime
  • Reduction of Brain Drain

You can find links to the Research Reports below.


Friday 25 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 26 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



Last year we were joined by a representative from Heifer, a charity that aims to give everyone the life they deserve, free from hunger and poverty. Given the theme of this years’ conference and that they are the selected charity, it will be highly relevant to our aim and the topics that will be explored.


Heifer aims to give everyone the life they deserve, free from hunger and poverty. This aim is directly linked to the Sustainable Development Goals 2030 of the UN. By working together with local farming families and communities around the world, Heifer improves their food security and helps provide these people with nutritious food, shelter, clean water, adequate access to health care and a safe, secure environment. 

The Heifer approach allows poor farmers to eat and live from their land, paving the way for sustainable and resilient farming communities. Since 1999, Heifer International has influenced the lives of almost 31 million farming families. Despite the challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic, Heifer has continued to increase the incomes of struggling farming families through inspiring initiatives such as in Ecuador where farmers are now supplying food baskets directly to citizens with the help of Heifer.

Alongside our fruitful debates combating world hunger and poverty, we would like to take immediate action. Help us support them by donating!