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Asia World Model United Nations Virtual Conference

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27th - 29th August 2021

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Today, our world is facing complicated and alarming world problems in the forms of global unemployment crisis and political changes. Both are interrelated problems that have an impact on people's lives. However, there’s still hope for a better future that lies in youth’s hands!

Are you an individual who is ……..

Worriying about your future

You think you lack of skills and don’t ready to pursue your dreams

Afraid of taking risks

You are afraid to take a lead and try something new

Struggling with making friends

You found that it is difficult to improve your network

Confused about what actually your passion is

You do not know your life goals and dreams to achieve

Thinking that no opportunity knocks your door

You think that you don’t have the opportunity to develop yourself

Those things will just prevent you from being positive and successful.
If you think you’re experiencing one or all of the above...
Don’t worry. Just keep reading and you’ll find your answer.

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United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA) has stated that by 2030, the target date for the sustainable development goals, the number of youth is projected to have grown by 7%, to nearly 1.3 billion. Youth can be a positive force for development when provided with the knowledge and opportunities they need to thrive.

In particular, young people should acquire the education and skills needed to contribute in creating a better world, and they need access to opportunities that can upgrade their skills and make them readier to achieve their successful future. Joining an international conference like Model United Nations would be a good choice to improve youths’ skills and potential. So, if you are eager to be more positive and wish to improve your capacity, you should try Asia World Model United Nations.

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Asia World Model United Nations (AWMUN) is a Model United Nations carrying different themes on each event. AWMUN aims to facilitate young leaders from different places to broaden their networks and to provide a platform to share their perspectives, particularly on Political and Economic issues that will be discussed in each council.

AWMUN provides an atmosphere where participants can directly represent their assigned countries as an official delegate and can feel the atmosphere of the United Nations conference. Therefore, AWMUN will be an excellent choice for young leaders who want to be heard, to compete, to get new experiences, and to broaden their network.

27th - 29th August 2021.

Benefits and improvements you will gain

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Public Speaking Skills

You will have several opportunities to improve your public speaking skills since you make multiple speeches during the overall MUN event.

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Crtical Thinking Skills

The delegates can develop their critical thinking skills by sharing their perspectives and communicating eąectively with others in finding solutions to complex problems.

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Diplomatic Skills

You will have several opportunities to improve your public speaking skills since you make multiple speeches during the overall MUN event.

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Leadership Skills

By joining MUN conference as a delegate, or in other words as a representative of a country, it can help you improve your leadership skills, especially in making a decision as a future leader. Your experiences as a delegate MUN will be good examples for you as a representative of a country as you will make a decision as a leader.

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Networking Skills

You will build new connections with all delegates, organizers, co-sponsors, speakers, and chairs. In other words, you have the opportunity to get new insights from the experts, especially in terms of creating your career development plan.

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What They Said About Previous
Asia World MUN Events

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Sinovuyo

South Africa

“AWMUN II and AWMUN III changed me in the way I connect with other people from different and to understand their backgrounds.”

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Felicia Christabel Palar

Indonesia

“For me, AWMUN was a highly informative and enriching program especially for those who want to improve their public speaking skills and structure, and of course learn how to be a diplomat..”

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Debra Shania Lafie

Philippines

“AWMUN III clearly changed my life - I always find comfort working or just moving in an intercultural environment but the international exposure that I've got to experience in AWMUN was priceless.”

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Aulia Agusdi

Indonesia

“After I join AWMUN III, it makes me become more aware about international issue, bring more confident, more sociable”.

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Daniel Jose Garza Serna

Mexico

“AWMUN II and AWMUN III changed me in the way I connect with other people from different and to understand their backgrounds.”

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Anchal Jindal

India

“After attending AWMUN am very clear with the fact that I can very well represent myself on an international grandstand. Apart from this I have also got international recognition for participating in this prestigious event.”

Council Overview

Eliminating and Preventing HIV Transmission In Underdeveloped Countries

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Eliminating and Preventing HIV Transmission In Underdeveloped Countries

There were an estimated 37.6 million people across the globe with HIV in 2020. Of these, approximately 35.9 million were adults and 1.7 million were 0-15 years old. Over the past two decades, in particular, major cooperative efforts have been focused to address the HIV epidemic, and notable progress has been made. Although many advancements have been made, one of the biggest challenges in the HIV response has remained unchanged for 30 years: HIV disproportionately affects people in vulnerable populations that are often highly marginalized and stigmatized.

Assisting The Recovery of Education System In Post Covid-19 Era

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Assisting The Recovery of Education System In Post Covid-19 Era

In many COVID-19 responses children and young people are being asked to limit their freedoms and suspend their education to protect adults and older generations. However, the rights of children and youth to participate in decisions that concern them, particularly those about the future, must not be put on hold. The educational landscape of today’s world is undergoing radical transformation. Many changes that have been developing for some time have accelerated with the pandemic. The global health pandemic has shined a harsh light on the vulnerabilities and challenges humanity faces. It has provided a clear picture of existing inequalities—and a clearer picture of what steps forward we need to take, chief among them addressing the education of more than 1.5 billion students whose learning has been hampered due to school closures.

Empowering Youth to Build Peace

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Empowering Youth to Build Peace

Issues affecting the youth’s education have been a big problem since the global crisis striked and forced all the people to adapt to the new normal. Impediments of building a peaceful youth would not be as effective as it was before. As a genuine wellspring of socialization, education can possibly support a feeling of harmony in its collector. Over the long haul the limits of tertiary foundations to enable young people for harmony have been upset by poor instructive changes, combined with the common issues of indiscipline, defilement, helpless administration, lack of assets, and political flimsiness. UNESCO has the urge to build more connections in achieving the mandate but the implementation of those who need lack thereof.

Improving The Quality of Employment in Developing Countries

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Improving The Quality of Employment in Developing Countries

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused unparalleled disruption worldwide through its negative implications on public health, employment, and livelihood. Although economic and labor market recovery is expected to begin in 2021, it will be uneven globally and undoubtedly insufficient to close the gaps between developed and developing countries. This is due to the varying quality of employment offered in low-income countries. There is also a significant difference in demographic and social population groups in terms of employment situations. In this Industrial Revolution 5.0 era where technology and digital tools can replace many jobs left and right, digital literacy and technology-related skills have become a necessity. The relatively low adoption of technology in developing countries compared to developed ones affect not only the quantity, but also quality of employment.

Cryptocurrency and Its Impact to Global Market

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Cryptocurrency and Its Impact to Global Market

As cryptocurrency does not belong to a certain nation’s economy, it loses and gains value through the increased demand of a certain cryptocurrency. With the increase in demand of cryptocurrency, the supply gradually increases and so does the value of cryptocurrencies. There are continuous emergence of new cryptocurrency in the current world. The price of Bitcoin has fallen recently with the amidst of the Covid-19 pandemic. This is due to multiple factors such as the damage in the economy by COVID-19, China’s crackdown on cryptocurrency and more reasons. Furthermore, cryptocurrency is used as a method of crime

Combating People Smuggling and Trafficking

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Combating People Smuggling and Trafficking

According to Interpol, there are many types of human trafficking, the first of which is human trafficking for forced labour. To combat this scourge, Interpol is working to ensure that police agencies are equipped to identify and investigate cases of human trafficking in all its forms. Covid-19 and the measures countries are taking to contain its spread affect crime around the world, particularly migrant smuggling and human trafficking. While some preventive measures adopted by the competent authorities have hampered some criminal opportunities in the short term, smugglers, traffickers and even victims have sought and succeeded in finding ways to circumvent them. The Covid-19 pandemic affects and will continue to affect these factors worldwide. It should be noted that the crime of human trafficking, as is the the subject of international action, may also take place within the domestic arena of any state.

Refugees in developing countries and the impact of COVID-19

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Refugees in developing countries and the impact of COVID-19

Asylum seekers are those who have applied for refugee status on another country’s territory. Today, the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) provide asylum to 27 percent of the total. Lastly, the global pandemic has given rise to a new group of migrants, called stranded migrants: those who have been unintentionally forced to stay in a country, for example, the hundreds of Venezuelans have faced difficulty in returning to their country of origin due to border closures, leaving them stranded in the Dominican Republic. It is important to highlight that developing countries across the world are burdened with refugee crises. However, there is a need to monitor refugees’ health and safety so as to avoid outbreaks in refugee communities. UNHCR, in its Global COVID-19 Response Report has identified the urgency to include refugees on member-states’ vaccination programs - considering over 92,000 cases and 1,300 deaths have been confirmed

Investigating The Violations in Occupied Palestine Territory and Israel

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Investigating The Violations in Occupied Palestine Territory and Israel

The issues of Israel-Palestine have existed for more than 50 years and, as the consequence of it, significant humanitarian and protection challenges prevail. Between January and September, Israel murdered 24 Palestinians, compared to the corresponding periods of 91 and 229 deaths in 2019 and 2018. Similarly, in 2020 there were roughly 85 percent less Palestine injuries compared to 2019. There are nonetheless worries regarding Israeli troops' disproportionate use of force leading to the killing and serious harm of Palestinians and their failure to be held responsible for any violations of international law. On 21st May, 2021, a ceasefire was agreed between the Hamas militant group and the Israeli government, which led people to believe that the conflict was over. However, just a mere few days after the declaration of the ceasefire, Israel's armed forces again started bombing the Hamas territory, where innocent Palestinian citizens were also present.

Preventing Terrorists from Acquiring Mass Destructive Weapons

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Preventing Terrorists from Acquiring Mass Destructive Weapons

The United Nations Security Council has repeatedly specifically considered the threat of the use of weapons of mass destruction and chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear terrorism. The spectre of terrorist attacks involving WMD (weapons of mass destruction) has preoccupied security analysts both within and outside official government circles since at least the early 1970s. However, the perceived threat of WMD use by terrorist groups has been magnified dramatically since the end of the Cold War. The existence of WMD poses some concerns and remains a potential deadly threat, regardless of who has them. Rethinking and analysis will help to develop a new strategy that will correspond to the new realities.

Global Arms Embargo Against Myanmar

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Global Arms Embargo Against Myanmar

Myanmar is currently in the hotspot due to the recent happenings with the military coup. Many countries have condemned the military takeover and subsequent crackdown in Myanmar. Millions of people worldwide have included themselves in the anti-coup protests across Myanmar. They are seeking the realization of their right to democratically elect their leaders. Despite the countless efforts done by the United Nations and the other nations, homes continue to be raided, possessions seized, and family members are being threatened and harassed. Many of those who were not able to escape this have been arbitrarily arrested. The junta has deployed security forces that include abusing Light Infantry Divisions that should crack down demonstrators with teargas, water cannons, rubber bullets, and live ammunition.

Addressing Marine Pollution

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Addressing Marine Pollution

The UNEP defines marine litter as ‘’manufactured or processed solid material which is discarded to the marine and coastal environment.’’ It is estimated that plastics make up 90-95% of the 6.4 million tons of litter that enters ecosystems annually. Furthermore, 80% of the plastic waste that makes up the litter begins on land and then is eventually carried out to the ocean through the wind and drainage systems. It is estimated that one garbage truck full of plastic enters the ocean system every minute worldwide. Seas and oceans are considered to be potential origins of natural resources and have a serious geostrategic position. Global statistics show that about 3.5 billion people are dependent on marine sources for their livelihoods, and marine resources contribute to over 10% of global GDP to worldwide economies.

Combatting The Global Tread in Illicit Afghan Oppiates

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Combatting The Global Tread in Illicit Afghan Oppiates

Afghanistan is the major country supplying illicit opiates globally. The opium trade that originated from Afghanistan has threatened the health and well-being of many people across the world. The illegal trade also impacts Afghanistan’s governance, security, development, stability, neighboring countries, and the broader region. The Afghan drug industry has the market structure, comparative advantage, and factor availability to expand opium production. Hence, opiates trade is also processed to meet the demand of both regional and global markets. Since the COVID-19 has come into existence, it has hit extremely hard on the globe. The allocation of funding from international donors is primarily diverted to the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Thus, the lack of support may drive more farmers who were beneficiaries of alternative development programs to resume that illegal opium cultivation.

Rundown of Asia World Model United Nations Virtual Conference

06.30 PM - 07.00 PM

Delegates entering the Zoom Meeting

07.00 PM - 07.10 PM

Opening by Master of Ceremony

07.10 PM - 07.30 PM

Opening Remarks by the Secretary-General

07.30 PM - 08.15 PM

Grand Symposium

08.15 PM - 08.30 PM

Question and Answer

08.30 PM - 08.40 PM

Introduction of Council

08.40 PM - 09.00 PM

Introduction of Secretariat & Board of Directors

09.00 PM - 09.05 PM

General Information

09.05 PM - 09.10 PM

Virtual Group Pictures

09.10 PM

Closing of the Opening Ceremony

*The schedule may change, based on the condition.

09.00 AM - 10.00 AM

MUN 101

10.00 AM - 11.00 AM

Committee Session 1

11.00 AM - 11.15 AM

Coffee Break

11.45 AM - 01.15 PM

Committee Session 2

01.15 PM - 02.00 PM

Lunch Break

O2.00 PM - 03.30 PM

Committee Session 3

03.30 PM - 03.45 PM

Coffee Break

03.45 PM - 05.00 PM

Committee Session 4

*The schedule may change, based on the condition.

09.30 AM - 11.00 AM

Committee Session 5

11.00 AM - 11.15 AM

Coffee Break

11.15 AM - 01.00 PM

Committee Session 6

01.00 PM - 01.15 PM

Photo Session per Council

01.15 PM

Free Time and Break

06.30 PM - 06.40 PM

Opening of the Closing Ceremony

06.40 PM - 07.00 PM

Games

07.00 PM - 07.15 PM

Closing Remarks

07.15 PM - 08.00 PM

Cultural Performance

08.00 PM - 08.45 PM

Awarding Session

08.45 PM

Free Time

*The schedule may change, based on the condition.

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Previous AWMUN Speakers

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Ms Francyne Harrigan

Director, UN Information Centre Jakarta at United Nations

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Ms Raushan Yesbulatova

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Kazakhstan to the Kingdom of Thailand

AWMUN II SPEAKER
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Capt. Charupol Ruangsuwan, Ph.D

Visiting Lecturer at Thammasat University/Military Officer

AWMUN II SPEAKER
speakers

Mrs. Jetteke Sybrigh Hoevenberg

Marketing and Brand Manager at Mother Jungle

AWMUN II SPEAKER
speakers

Ms. Sabira Coelho

Regional Migration Environment and Climate Change Officer at IOM

AWMUN II SPEAKER
speakers

Mr. Jack Huang

IT Consultant at OICT

AWMUN II SPEAKER
speakers

Mr. Mozaharul Alam

Regional Coordinator, Climate Change Programme Asia and the Pacific Office at UNEP

AWMUN II SPEAKER
speakers

Mrs. Antoinette Taus

Advocate of UN / Entertainer

AWMUN II SPEAKER
speakers

Ms Signe Poulsen

Assistant Director (UNHRC)

AWMUN I SPEAKER