This year, our conference will be held November 18th, 19th & 20th on the beautiful Yan’an Road Campus of Donghua University in Shanghai, China.
DHMUN was founded in 2005 and has successfully held 7 Model United Nations conferences from 2009 to 2015. Bearing the theme DEVELOPMENT in mind, DHMUN has experienced breakthroughs in different ways since 2005. The first conference of DHMUN consists of a small group of students from the English department. Now, participants include delegates from other universities in China and overseas, experienced international Chairs and experts who specialize in various fields and even foreign diplomats have come to give speeches. Committees have increased, covering a wide range of critical global issues.
DHMUN aims to provide a platform for the exchange of innovative ideas, where young people who are enthusiastic about international affairs can be heard and contribute their ideas for solutions to global crises. As an old Chinese saying goes: Strong youth entails strong country.
The key word of DHMUN2016 is DEVELOPMENT. The theme of DHMUN2016 is to pursue a sustainable and interconnected world development, which is also related to the theme of G20 Summit 2016 held in Hangzhou, China G20 Summit 2016 also passed an action plan on the 2030 agenda for sustainable development, indicating shared goals on development.
English Committees & Topics:
UNHRC United Nations Human Rights Council: Women in Armed Conflicts
UNWTO United Nations World Tourism Organization: Tourism AFTER Terrorism
ECOFIN Economic and Financial Committee: Resource Theft in Sub-Saharan Africa
Chinese Committees & Topics:
HSC Historical Security Council: The Third Indo-Pakistani Conflict in 1971
DISEC Disarmament and International Security Committee: Disposal of Weapons After Wars
Main Press Center
DHMUN2016 is not only a place for exchanging ideas but also a place for having fun in Welcome Party and Social Event.
We warmly welcome you to attend our conference in November! See you in DHMUN2016!
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