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March 25, 2017

SOCHUM ready to submit the resolution

After an incredible evening spent at the Diplomatic Reception, delegates from SOCHUM started today’s debate sessions more enthusiastically and full of fresh ideas. The day began with some feedback messages regarding the previous session. For instance, the delegates of South Korea, Lebanon, Qatar, Romania and Russian Federation wanted to congratulate everybody for their contribution, for […]

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March 25, 2017

Border controls reinforced in the Crisis Committee

Today things turned around really good in the Crisis Committee. The efforts of the USA to maintain peace worked out and the military force is off the table at this moment. Only Japan is still cautious, so in case of a surprise attack they will be ready to fight back. Right now, the main solution […]

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March 25, 2017

BREAKING NEWS: Resolution Draft at UNEP

The atmosphere at UNEP Committee in the afternoon of the third day of debating is one to remember. As the Secretary-General approved the resolution draft, a round of applause filled the room. The effort and the work of the last few days concretized at last. The delegate of Saudi Arabia expressed that each state should […]

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March 25, 2017

UNEP is one step closer to a final consensus

The third day at the UNEP committee began full of energy. An unmoderated caucus of twenty minutes over the yesterday’s working paper last details was proposed by the delegate of China and passed with no objections. It seems that all of the delegates are determined to come to a good result, before the working paper […]

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March 25, 2017

Rock, papers, scissors, nukes

After heated debates, multiple reconsiderations, changes of minds and verbal knifes thrown in the room, the delegates had created a draft resolution that apparently suits all the major players. Signed between Russia, USA, France, China, United Kingdom, Egypt, Italy, Japan, Vatican, Red Cross, Australia and South Africa, the paper recognizes the necessity to keep the […]

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March 25, 2017

Diplomatic receptions are … fUN!

Every good envoy knows that when being in a new city, one does a lot of travelling and gives up sleep, especially when you are part of an official delegation. Our participants successfully passed the test of the capital’s traffic and arrived, bright and shiny at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at 7 P.M sharp. […]

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March 25, 2017

The cause of Internally Displaced Persons discussed at HRC

Another day, another challenge. Today, the majority of the honorable delegates in the Human Rights Council voted for a topic switch about strengthening the human rights of returnees and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in conflict-ridden regions. As the delegate of Cuba has stated, this topic is of paramount importance since the returnees have to deal […]

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March 25, 2017

ALL THE GOSSIP @ 2nd Day of BISMUN

DISEC:  Last night at the pub, I saw many in this room going down for real yesterday’s juicy words of fifty shades of grey into action. The helpers are super nice! Make sure you say thank you. (Thank you too, amazing delegate!!) We are so sad North Korea hasn’t pushed the button The previous punishment […]

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March 25, 2017

The Pub Night

Distinguished diplomats by day, party animals by night! This is the perfect mixture of ingredients that makes every BISMUN edition magical! After an intense day of debating and working, BISMUN family celebrated its success at the first organized social event: the pub night. When hearing the word ‘pub’, one might think of a ‘sit and drink’ […]

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March 24, 2017

UNEP: Low carbon economy policies on the run

The session of discussions at the UNEP committee this afternoon turned out to be an opportunity in finding the consensus. Each delegate emphasized their contention in what concerns the results. It seems that the first two days of debate were very entertaining and productive, and despite all the different ideas, opinion, interests, the goal has […]

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