The city of oranges, and also the winter capital of the vidhan sabha, is one of the most literate cities in India. This made it but obvious that IIMUN had to make a visit here. Nagpur also ranks high on the list of cleanest and desired cities to live in, and the charm of the old heritage made it so that we had to see it for ourselves.
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"1 SC Protection of Civilians in the Context of Peacekeeping Operations 2 DISEC The Role of Science and Technology in International Security and Disarmament 3 WHO Ethics of Healthcare in Warzones 4 UNESCAP Improving environmental programs in developing countries 5 CSW Elimination and prevention of all forms of violence against women and girls 6 HRC Access of victims to effective remedies and State obligation to offer services to victims 7 ICNND Increasing Women’s Role in Disarmament and Non-Proliferation 8 Joint Parliamentary Session Reviewing Reservation in India 9 African Union Welfare of women and children in Africa with special reference to health and education 10 FIFA The question of solving and preventing corruption scandals in FIFA with special emphasis to 2015 Corruption Case 11 Niti Ayog Discussing the way forward for Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan 12 IP"
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Indian International MUN Nagpur Chapter returned for its 2nd edition in the city of Nagpur. This conference was hosted by the prestigious Jain International School from 9th to the 11th December, 2016. This conference saw participation of more than 350 students and had 11 committees simulated in the same. This conference was an enriching experience for all its participants where they learnt lessons of diplomacy.
The Committees and Agendas discussed in this conference were
United Nations Security Council:
Protection of Civilians in the Context of Peacekeeping Operations
Disarmament and International Security Council:
The Role of Science and Technology in International Security and Disarmament
World Health Organisation:
Ethics of Healthcare in Warzones
United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific:
Improving environmental programs in developing countries
Commission on the Status of Women:
Elimination and prevention of all forms of violence against women and girls
Human Rights Council:
Access of victims to effective remedies and State obligation to offer services to victims
International Commission on Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament:
Increasing Women’s Role in Disarmament and Non-Proliferation
Joint Parliamentary Sessions:
Reviewing Reservation in India
The Opening Ceremony of this conference had traditional dance performances. The Director General of the Conference was Mr. Arnav Javeri and the Secretary General was Mr. Hardik Jain. After successfully completing this conference, IIMUN looks forward to return next year bigger, better and grander.