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The world around us is unprecedented where things change rapidly. Everyday discoveries are being made, eminent decisions and revolutionary policies are being adopted. Moreover, violence, intolerance and aggression have slowly taken over the globe which has ruined peace amongst the nations. Amongst such perilous times, we need budding individuals with a sound mind, with the potential to address umbrella issues, express their opinions with diplomatic courtesy and keeping society welfare as the bigger picture.

Symbiosis has always believed in giving a rostrum for training individuals with immense potential who could become the top leaders of tomorrow. Symbiosis Centre for Management Studies, NOIDA is ecstatic to announce the 7th Edition of SYMUNC ’21 – Symbiosis Model United Nations 2021, which will take place on 2nd and 3rd April 2021. Inviting delegates from more than 200 top colleges not only from Delhi NCR but from all over the globe to present their ideologies on first world problems.

SYMUNC is a composition of 3 United Nations Committees- General Assembly, Commission on Status of Women, Human Rights Council and 2 additional committees- All India Political Parties Meet and International Press discussing top global issues along with a proficient executive board to regulate discussion to add up to a wonderfully planned out and executed event.

A look into the committees of Model United Nations and their agendas for SYMUNC 2021:

United Nations General Assembly (UNGA): The United Nations General Assembly is empowered to make recommendations to the United Nation’s member States on international issues within its competence. It has also initiated actions – political, economic, humanitarian, social and legal – which have benefitted the lives of many people throughout the planet.

Agenda: Reassessing and suggesting measures to supply a sustainable plan of action for better coordination and development of refugee camps with special emphasis on conflict and post-conflict areas!

United Nations Humans Right Council (UNHRC): The Human Rights Committee is the body of independent experts that monitors the implementation of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights by its State parties.

Agenda: Discussing structural barriers to gender budgeting with special emphasis on institutional capacity building.

United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW): The Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) is the principal global intergovernmental body exclusively dedicated to the promotion of gender equality and the empowerment of women. A functional commission of the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).

Agenda: Economic empowerment of women with a special focus on workplace gender perspective!

All India Political Parties Meet (AIPPM): With members representing figures from a diverse array of Indian political groups, the AIPPM committee in MUN strives to imitate fact by reproducing the phases of policies and authority.

Agenda: Discussing the possible implementation of the Directive Principles of State Policy!

International Press (IP): The publications aim to aid the delegates in their committee negotiations, as well as provide an outlet to broadcast the on-goings of the conference to the wider world and provide the perfect memento for attendees on behalf of the entire working committee. “SYMUNC is more than an event, it’s an emotion and every associated person is a part of one big, well-knit family.” 

SYMUNC is one such strong emotion that has motivated everyone to work day and night. Everyone is headstrong to make this event an even grander convention. The Core Secretariat including Siddharth Khurana, Secretary-General (2018-21); Rupashi Sehgal, Director General (2018-21); Archit Malhotra, President (2018-21); Shivam Gupta, Deputy Secretary-General (2018-21) is wholeheartedly committed to set their legacy by making this virtual conference, the biggest conference in the Delhi NCR region.