On behalf of the Secretariat and Executive Staff, you are cordially invited to participate in the fourth edition of our Coornhert Model United Nations hosted at the Town Hall in Gouda, The Netherlands on Saturday the 16th of February 2019.
COMUN is a one-day Model UN conference organised by students attending the Coornhert Gymnasium in Gouda. This year’s Secretariat will once again consist of four enthusiastic students, with Lise Duijvestijn, Emma Docter, Thomas Urgert and Jent Imelman. For the fourth time, we are organising a conference for students with an interest in debate and international politics. Our unique one-day conference structure means COMUN will have a full day of constructive debate, focusing on finding new ideas and sustainable solutions for the most pressing current global affairs.
The committees that will be present at COMUN are a Security Council (with a two-person delegation per country), a Human Rights Council, a Crisis Committee and an African Union. These committees will be focusing on issues regarding this year’s conference theme: ‘Religious Conflicts’.
We are looking forward to seeing you at COMUN 2019!
We value our sponsors and partners at COMUN. Without them, we couldn’t organize COMUN. We work together with Coornhert Gymnasium, Jac Bezemer Stichting, Gemeente Gouda, GoudApot & Rabobank. Are you interested in sponsoring or a partnership with COMUN? Please send a mail to email@example.com
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The research reports for the issues can be found by clicking on the respective issue. Please keep in mind that there is no research report for the Crisis Committee, but, instead, an instruction booklet for delegates to read.