Asia World Model United Nations
Asia World Model United Nations (AWMUN) is a Model United Nations carrying different themes on each event. Asia World Model United Nations (AWMUN) aims to facilitate young leaders (age 17-25 years old) from different places to broaden their networks and to provide a platform where they may share their perspectives, particularly on World’s issues and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that will be discussed in each council or committee.
AWMUN I was held in Seoul, South Korea on August 11th-15th, 2018. With the theme of “Defying Commonality: Unfolding Extraordinary Potentials”, first AWMUN was attended by 264 Delegates from 30 countries. The Secretariat held six committee sessions for ten councils consisting of IMF, UNCSW, UNODC, UNEP, Press Corps, EAS, UNHRC, SPECPOL, UNSC, and Legal Committee.
The AWMUN II took place in Bangkok, Thailand on January 30th-February 2nd, 2019. Raising the theme of “The World’s Dilemma: Enhancing World Action on Climate Change”, AWMUN II was attended by 1,326 Delegates from 56 countries. AWMUN II held five committee sessions for eight councils consisting of UNESCO, IMF, WHO, IOM, UNHCR, WTO and ILO.
AWMUN III will be held in Bali Island, Indonesia on November 13th-16th, 2019. Carrying the theme of “The Implementations of World’s Agenda 2030”, AWMUN III presents 21 councils with four committee sessions. 2.000 delegates are targeted to exchange ideas and discuss the World Agenda in 2030 at the Indonesian tourism island, Bali.