4th Committee of the GA ( SPECPOL )

March 31, 2019

Joy in SPECPOL: Solutions for Palestinian Refugees  

Sunday marks the last day of debates in the SPECPOL committee. In a few hours, the committee will be present at the General Assembly.  Given that some delegates felt like adding more to yesterday’s document, two unmoderated caucuses were requested to ensure that the committee’s resolution came to completion on both ends of the topics. […]

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March 31, 2019

What Defines a Palestinian Refugee?

The third day of BISMUN continues, with more fruitful debates.  After settling on a resolution for the main topic of the committee, in the remainder of the sessions, the attendees chose to discuss the secondary theme of the SPECPOL Committee:  providing assistance to Palestinian refugees, The delegate of the USA opened the second issue on […]

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March 30, 2019

Civil War Consensus

We’re halfway through the 11th edition of BISMUN. Though slightly delayed, progress has been made during the committee session. The chairpersons took their time to check and rectify the draft resolution that was submitted by the delegates yesterday. The Secretary General, Miss Kelli Ann Tim made a quick appearance in SPECPOL to remind the participants […]

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March 30, 2019

Humanitarian Aid takes Centre Stage in SPECPOL

The second day of BISMUN found the SPECPOL committee slightly a bit more eager than yesterday.  Perhaps the delegates look forward to seeing the chairpersons take part in the punishments as well, later on today . Or maybe they are now familiar with the academic process. Following yesterday’s debates, ideas were found, solutions were drafted […]

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March 28, 2019

Slow Start in SPECPOL

Today marks the beginning of the 11th edition of BISMUN. For some delegates, BISMUN is their first contact with a MUN, which means some of them were naturally nervous.  The day began with an introduction of the delegates and the chairs, in order to put everyone at ease. From then on, the rules of procedure […]

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March 25, 2018

  TWO-FRONT WAR

  After the lunch break, the session returned with some delegates already working, as some delegates decided to skip the lunch break so that they could improve their working paper. The board tried to add everybody on the speaker list so that they could defend their stand or present solutions. Another alliance was also formed composed […]

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March 24, 2018

Real Solutions in SPECPOL

On the third day of the Conference the location was changed to the National University for Political Studies and Public Administration and the session kicked off with rather few delegates, but the absenties arrived gradually. The first motion to be established was an unmoderated caucus with the objective of modeling the working paper, which was […]

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March 24, 2018

Finding Solutions

After a short coffee break the SPECPOL committee returned discussing the resolvation of forced relocating of indiginous peoples in a moderated caucus session. This discussion started with some of delegates stating measures they have insured to prevent this followed up by the Delegation of China bringing up instances of relocations of indiginous people that took […]

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March 23, 2018

First Blood in SPECPOL

The second day of the SPECPOL Committee at BISMUN had a smooth start. The discussion went back to the Land Rights of the indigenous people, each delegate stated their position on this issue. The delegation of China brought a strong point of view, saying that the problem of corruption in government is not directly related […]

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March 23, 2018

A flying start at the SPECPOL Committee

At 10:00 am, today on the 22nd of March, the 10th  BISMUN’s edition, kicks off in the SPECPOL Committee with the introduction of the delegates and the chairpersons followed by the short presentation of the Rules of Procedure by the chair. The discussion took off to a slow start, most of the delegates either being […]

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