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March 24, 2017

The beauty of BISMUN: from hilarious moments to drafting resolutions

You would think that being late is something…bad. However, being late for the start of the session turns out to be rather funny when it comes to United Nations Security Council at the 2017 BISMUN Conference. Just take a look at those single…actually…forget it. Here you have the delegate of Yemen dancing to Beyoncé’s song, […]

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March 24, 2017

Security Council: Safer and better life for Yemeni refugees

The second day of debates at Security Council offered us the chance to meet our honorable delegates again, this time having a greater will to discuss the worlds’ real problems. Even though the sessions from the second day seemed extremely productive, today’s sessions overcame them undoubtedly. Firstly, the states presented us the resolutions for which […]

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March 24, 2017

Fighting nuclear weapons at DISEC

The second day at DISEC was full of negotiations and friction between the delegates and a little bit of fun at the punishments. On the topic of “Nuclear disarmament” each participant of the debate had a strong opinion and idea about the solution. The honorable delegates worked to reach consensus between the splinted part and […]

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March 24, 2017

Special guest at ECOSOC Mr. Mircea Mocanu – Director of IOM Romania

  On the second day of the Committee sessions we had a special guest at BISMUN. The ECOSOC Committee had the pleasure to listen to the Director of IOM Romania, Mr. Mircea Mocanu, who was very generous in giving wide information on the topic of Migration and also to encourage the youth, the one that […]

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March 24, 2017

Draft Resolution in ECOSOC, on the topic of First Generation Immigrants

In this second day of ECOSOC the delegates concentrated their stamina and creativity into putting together all convictions regarding the topic of 1st generation immigration to form a final resolution. The delegate of Chile made a powerful comment earlier this day, which was an authentic game changer, stating that offering larger recognition for diplomas and qualifications for […]

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March 24, 2017

More fingers pointed in the second day of the Crisis Committee

The second day of BISMUN in the CRISIS committee started with an emotional statement from Japan: “Fellow leaders, I want to remind you that we are here for the people. We represent them so we have to protect their rights”. Right before the work started on the resolution paper, things got pretty harsh. After Russia […]

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March 24, 2017

UNEP: Debates on the transition from fossil to renewable energy

The second day in UNEP startedin a really positive mood. All the delegates were pleased with the work in the previous day and emphasized on the need to promote renewable energy sources, like solar and wind power. But the shift came rather fast. The countries that base their economy on fossil fuel were not really […]

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March 24, 2017

A day in the SOCHUM Committee

What better way to start the day than with a samba dance? At least that’s how the SOCHUM Committee does it. Today, the delegates of Brazil and Yemen delighted all of us with a refreshing and stimulating dance, as a punishment for using “I”. Moving on to more serious issues, all delegations have already made […]

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March 24, 2017

Closing the Pandora’s Box – between possibility and futility

During the second day in the DISEC committee, we had the pleasure of receiving the visit of Anda Serban and Hrant Jaghinyan, who were representing ICAN Romania. We live in times in which Disneyland and Nuclear Armageddon exist simultaneously, a world where 51 billion dollars are spent for just 1 year of nuclear silos’ maintenance, […]

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March 24, 2017

Going strong at HRC

Second day of the official debate here at the Human Rights Council, and the delegates are more eager than ever to get things done. Continuing the discussion of the indigenous societies, they prove to have progressed significantly regarding this topic in the last 24 hours, forming coalitions and working together. In the first moderated caucus […]

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