San Francisco 1945 Conference (UN Conference on the International Organization)
On 25 April 1945, delegations representing 50 Allied Nations convened in San Francisco, United States of America to draft a charter creating an international body more effective than the League of Nations. During the conference, delegates participated in heated debates on diverse topics, from the Economic and Social Council to the prevention of use of force, to the Security Council, and to the Trusteeship System. CUIMUN XXIV will give delegates the opportunity to re-build the biggest and most influential intergovernmental organization in the world: the United Nations. Delegates in this committee will be taking part in a historical simulation, but not in the format of a Crisis Committee.
- The composition and competencies of the Security Council
- The role and authority of an International Trusteeship organ
Delegates: Send your position papers by October 26 to firstname.lastname@example.org
"Hardly a proper thing to ask!", "K.u.K. subject"
Occupation: Catching up on life
MUN Experience: Currently convalescing from a prolonged spell of Crisis
Fun Fact: My co-chairs’ thing about Kadyrov is eerily accurate
Occupation: 3rd year History student at the University of York
MUN Experience: I was chaired by George Mullens himself at CUIMUN, so that’s what really counts
Hobbies: Debating, both inside and outside of pubs
Fun Fact: If you combine me and Philippe, you get someone who looks a bit like Ramzan Kadyrov, crazed homophobic warlord of Chechnya. I am proud of this.
Occupation: History and Politics Student at the University of York and MUN Addict MUN experience: Unhealthy
MUN Experience: Unhealthy
Hobbies: Wowing people with my ability to say so much but mean so little
Fun Fact: I know the name and capital of every country in the world, except for the one you are thinking about right now.