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19 Schools from Asia participate at Canadian International School MUN

March 1, 2024

The 10th edition of Canadian International School Model United Nations (CISMUN X) saw the presence of 19 Schools and 350 delegates spread over South India and Southeast Asia.

The conference theme, ‘Fostering Peace: Piece by Piece’ encapsulated the methodology required to mitigate problems with world affairs and global politics today.

The participants had the opportunity to engage with a variety of agendas from 11 committees. Special committees such as the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), the Disarmament and International Security Committee (DISEC) discussed current issues and conflicts across the globe.

While vetoes were flung left and right with no passed resolutions, delegates had successfully emulated the UNSC experience. The World Health Organisation (WHO) deliberated on measures to expedite health provision for victims of humanitarian crisis.

Ronojoy, Grade 12 Student of Canadian International School, Bengaluru who was part of the Model UN meet said: “Intertwine, integrate, interlace. This was the mantra that we, the CISMUN X Secretariat endeavored to inculcate during our recently concluded conference.

Delegates made 968 Points of Information (POIs) and 839 speeches. The participation of a large active body of delegates to draft ingenious and creative resolutions to alleviate pressing issues around the world ensured that the discourse was rigorous, fruitful, and comprehensive. Delegates worked passionately as they debated, researched, and collaborated amongst each other for three continuous days and passed 20 resolutions overall, amassing towards the success of the conference.

Shweta Sastri, Managing Director, Canadian International School, said: “The amalgamation of excitement and enthusiasm as the conference approached was accompanied by hard work, dedication and continuous support from countless faculty and staff members. We look forward to fostering collaboration and global citizenship among our future leaders through many more transformative experiences.”

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