Asia Africa International MUN

ASIA AFRICA INTERNATIONAL MUN

ONLINE CONFERENCE

TARGETING +1000 DELEGATES FROM +50 COUNTRIES
15th - 18th JANUARY 2021
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Today, our world is facing daunting challenges such as climate change, persistent poverty, entrenched inequalities, etc. Yet one key solution is empowered youths who want to take action to make a change.

Are You an Individual Who is

Struggling With Broaden Their Network

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

Confused About How To Improve Their International Perspective

You are afraid to take a lead and try something new

Worrying About Their Soft-Skills

You found that it is Difficult to improve your network

Afraid With Their Future Plan

You do not know your life goals and dreams to achieve

Worrying About Their Experiences

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

Today, our world is facing daunting challenges such as climate change, persistent poverty, entrenched inequalities, etc. Yet one key solution is empowered youths who want to take action to make a change.
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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.

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.

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The World Needs Dreamers

and The World Needs Doers

But Above All

THE WORLD NEEDS DREAMERS WHO DO

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Asia Africa International Model United Nations is a platform where youth mentality in leadership, negotiation, and diplomacy will be developed in a Model United Nations. AAIMUN aims to engage youth leaders from all over the world and to provide a platform to share perspectives and opinions in solving world issues.

We hope, by joining Asia Africa International Model United Nations 2020, You could enhance capabilities and encourage yourself to develop networks, also improve your communication and diplomatic skills. We invite and dare you to join us and experience this life-changing journey! It’s your turn to become part of a better future with thousands of youths from around the world!

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Benefits and Improvements You Will Gain

Public Speaking Skills

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

Critical Thinking Skills

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

Diplomatic Skills

By practicing diplomacy at the Asia Africa International MUN, you will become more knowledgeable and experienced in how to conduct negotiations between two groups in a tactful and result-oriented manner.

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.

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.

MEDIA COVERAGE

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Here is what they said about the previous Conferences!

Councils overview

The Rise of World’s Tourism Sector After-Pandemic
UNWTO (The Rise of World’s Tourism Sector After-Pandemic)

UNWTO (The Rise of World’s Tourism Sector After-Pandemic)

Tourism has been hit hard due to COVID-19 outbreak, with millions of jobs at risk in one of the most labour-intensive sectors of the economy. According to UNWTO, the pandemic has caused a 22% fall in international tourist arrivals during the first quarter of 2020. Besides, domestic demand is expected to recover faster than international demand according to the. The majority expects to see signs of recovery by the final quarter of 2020 but mostly in 2021. But to keep in mind, the first step to recovery is rebuilding people's trust and confidence that it is safe to travel.

World’s Recession Due to The Impact of COVID-19 Outbreak
IMF (World’s Recession Due to The Impact of COVID-19 Outbreak)

IMF (World’s Recession Due to The Impact of COVID-19 Outbreak)

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a deep global recession. According to World Bank forecasts, the global economy will shrink by 5.2% in 2020 due to COVID-19 outbreak. This would represent the deepest recession since the Second World War, with the largest fraction of economies experiencing declines in per capita output since 1870. The impact of recession caused by COVID-19 are unemployment, lower wages, fewer job opportunities, falling asset prices, and cuts to quality of goods and services, and many more. The global recession would be deeper if bringing the pandemic under control took longer than expected.

Equality in the development of world information technology
UNDP (Equality in The Development of World Information Technology)

UNDP (Equality in The Development of World Information Technology)

The Broadband Commission, estimates that 53.6% of the world now has access to digital technologies, meaning that almost half of humanity is still being left behind. There are also glaring inequalities between and within countries: digital penetration drops to 19% in the Least Economically Developed Countries.'
' While on the other side, technology is considered fundamental to sustaining economic growth and has enhanced productivity, enabled knowledge and information sharing and increased access to basic services.

The World’s Needs of COVID-19 Vaccine
WHO (The World’s Needs of COVID-19 Vaccine)

WHO (The World’s Needs of COVID-19 Vaccine)

Since the early days of the pandemic, the world's attention has focused on producing a vaccine for COVID-19. Even though COVID-19 vaccines are being developed as rapidly as possible, they can only receive the required regulatory approvals if they meet stringent safety and efficacy standards. Once a vaccine receives the required approval, it will then be critical that it is made accessible, in a timely and equitable manner, to reach those that need it most. It will take months —or even years— to create enough vaccine doses for everyone around the world.

The Proliferation of Forced Displacement and Escalation of Climate Change
UNHCR (The Proliferation of Forced Displacement and Escalation of Climate Change)

UNHCR (The Proliferation of Forced Displacement and Escalation of Climate Change)

Today in 2020 the latest report showed global forced displacement surpassed 80 million at mid-year. Climate change is the defining issue which impacts are unevenly weighted against the world's most vulnerable people. Displaced and stateless people are among those in greatest need of protection - especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.'
'Vulnerable communities are already experiencing climate impacts on a daily basis, such as scarcity of food, water, land, and other environmental assistance necessary for human health, sustenance, and survival. Without aggressive climate action and disaster risk reduction, climate-related disasters could double the number of people requiring humanitarian assistance to over 200 million each year by 2050.

The Fulfillment of Human Rights for Impoverished Groups
SOCHUM (The Fulfillment of Human Rights for Impoverished Groups)

SOCHUM (The Fulfillment of Human Rights for Impoverished Groups)

According to UN research, it is predicted that due to the steep decline in economic activity as a result of the pandemic, more than 850 million people are now at risk of falling into poverty. In this situation, developing countries are too vulnerable to adopt economic recovery plans, and put those of at-risk groups such as informal sector workers to bear the brunt of impacts the most. Decades of effort and progress to end poverty, the first Sustainable Development Goal (SDG), might be jeopardized and wiped out. Hence, international cooperation is urgently needed to guarantee and protect the rights of the people, especially marginalized groups such as impoverished people in developing countries, that prioritizes the promotion of equality, social inclusion, and provide sustainable financial assistance to empower people.

The Role of Technology in Helping People Learn about Culture and Heritage During a Pandemic
UNESCO (The Role of Technology in Helping People Learn about Culture and Heritage During a Pandemic)

UNESCO (The Role of Technology in Helping People Learn about Culture and Heritage During a Pandemic)

It is undeniable that technology plays an important role in human life. Especially in COVID-19 pandemic, it shows the importance of technology. The pandemic is creating many disruptions around the world, including many significant cultural events and rituals being cancelled or postponed. People are also unable to access cultural heritages that are scattered around the world. But thanks to advanced technology, people can still learn about culture and heritage while still staying at home. In fact, technology can also provide opportunities for people who would ordinarily be unable to visit, whether that’s due to location, money, or other factors.

Binding Multilateral Cooperation to Integrated Services for Children with Disability
UNICEF (Binding Multilateral Cooperation to Integrated Services for Children with Disability)

UNICEF (Binding Multilateral Cooperation to Integrated Services for Children with Disability)

According to UNICEF, there are more than 93 million children with disabilities in the world. They are one of the most marginalized and excluded groups in society. And far too often, children with disabilities have limited access to resources and services, especially in a country with low-income. Therefore, multilateral cooperation can play an important role in efforts to make higher-quality integrated services for children with disability. Through this effort, it is believed that children with disability may hold the same rights as others, and most importantly have access to all the basic human rights without any difficulties.

Recovering Global Stability in the Wake of the Covid-19 by Ending Systemic Violence against Women
UN WOMEN (Recovering Global Stability in the Wake of the Covid-19 by Ending Systemic Violence against Women)

UN WOMEN (Recovering Global Stability in the Wake of the Covid-19 by Ending Systemic Violence against Women)

Throughout history, women have undeniably been playing an integral part in the development of nations, especially in times of crisis such as today. However, women are also more likely to bear the brunt of consequences of the pandemic with the possibility of long-term repercussion. UN report stated that the pandemic is deepening pre-existing inequalities, exposing vulnerabilities in social, political, and economic systems where women are trapped in between. The increasing levels of domestic, sexual, and gender-based violence, the rise of unemployment, and unequal access to services due to patriarchal culture have been disproportionately affecting women, particularly those of vulnerable groups. Thus, interventions that are designed to meet the needs of women are essential to ensure a sustainable recovery for everyone during and after the pandemic.

Rundown

06.30 PM - 06.45 PM

Delegates entering the Zoom Meeting

06.30 PM - 06.45 PM

Video Opening

06.50 PM – 07.00 PM

Opening by Master of Ceremony

07.00 PM – 07.10 PM

Opening Remarks by the Secretary-General

07.10 PM - 07.30 PM

Keynote Speech

07.30 PM - 07.40 PM

Virtual Cultural Performance

07.40 PM - 08.10 PM

Grand Symposium

08.10 PM - 08.30 PM

Question and Answer

08.30 PM - 08.50 PM

Introduction of Council, Secretariat & Board of Directors

08.50 PM - 09.00 PM

General Information

09.00 PM - 09.10 PM

Virtual Group Pictures

09.10 PM

Closing of the Opening Ceremony

*The schedule may change, based on the condition.

08.30 AM - 09.00 AM

Delegates Entering Zoom Meeting

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

11.15 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.

09.00 AM - 10.00 AM

Delegates Entering Zoom Meeting and Preparation

10.00 AM - 11.00 AM

Committee Session 5

11.00 AM - 11.15 AM

Coffee Break

11.15 AM - 01.15 PM

Committee Session 6

01.15 PM - 02.00 PM

Lunch Break

O2.00 PM - 03.30 PM

Committee Session 7

03.30 PM - 03.45 PM

Coffee Break

03.45 PM - 05.00 PM

Committee Session 8

*The schedule may change, based on the condition.

06.30 PM - 06.45 PM

Delegates entering the Zoom Meeting

06.45 PM - 06.50 PM

Opening Video

06.50 PM - 07.00 PM

Opening by Master of Ceremony

07.00 PM - 07.05 PM

Virtual Cultural Performance from the Delegate

07.05 PM - 07.15 PM

Closing Remarks From The Secretary General

07.15 PM - 07.25 PM

Virtual Cultural Performance from the Delegates

07.25 PM - 07.35 PM

Awarding Session : Phase 1

07.35 PM - 07.45 PM

Virtual Cultural Performance from the Delegates

07.45 PM - 07.55 PM

Awarding Session : Phase 2

07.55 PM - 08.05 PM

Virtual Cultural Performance from the Delegates

08.05 PM - 08.15 PM

Awarding Session : Phase 3

08.15 PM - 08.25 PM

Virtual Cultural Performance from the Delegates

08.25 PM - 08.35 PM

Virtual Photo Session

*The schedule may change, based on the condition.

Be The Best Delegates, The Prize Will Come To Your Home

Be The Best Delegates, The Prize Will Come To Your Home

Best Delegate

Best Position Paper

Verbal Commendation

Honorable Mention

Most Outstanding Delegate

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What is ASIA AFRICA INTERNATIONAL MUN ONLINE CONFERENCE

The ultimate goal of Asia Africa International Model United Nations is to empower youth awareness of current International relations and issues, understand and try to form possible solutions to solve particular issues related to Socio-Culture and Heritage, whilst providing an atmosphere where participants can directly represent their assigned countries as an official delegate and can feel the atmosphere of the United Nations conference.

Here is what Delegate's are Saying About Our Conference

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