Welcome to Kenya Model United Nations #KenyaMUN
The Kenya Model United Nations (KenyaMUN) is a student run, youth led, non-governmental organization affiliated to the United Nations Information Centre at United Nations Office in Nairobi (UNON). It consists of 16 active chapters and has an overall membership of over 500 university students. Kenya Model UN seeks to empower the youth by advocating for the recognition and respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms by simulating real life world crises through conferences, arriving at amicable and workable solutions.
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As an organisation we value leadership, diligence, innovation, diplomacy, equality, integrity, responsibility, accountability and cultural diversity.
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KenyaMUN Conference 2020 was this year click here to read more about it!
The 19th session KenyaMUN conference was held this year in February. It took take place at the United Nations Offices in Nairobi from February 10th to 14th, 2020. The theme this year was ‘Think Global, Act Local', in line with Sustainable Development Goal number 6 and 13. This was every delegates opportunity to discuss climate change on a broader perspective, which directly affects each one of us. With rising greenhouse gas emissions, climate change is occurring at rates much faster than anticipated and its effects are clearly felt worldwide. While there are positive steps in terms of the climate finance flows and the development of nationally determined contributions, far more ambitious plans and accelerated action are needed on mitigation and adaptation. Access to finance and strengthened capacities need to be scaled up at a much faster rate, particularly for least developed countries and small island developing states.
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What you need to know about KMUN Conference 2020
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a blueprint to achieve a better and sustainable future for all. This year we are focusing on SDG 6 and 13. For these cities to be sustainable we need to ensure one key element is dealt with, Crime. At conference we will discuss a range of issues from cyber-terrorism and cyber-crime, strengthening free trade areas by dealing with crime, curbing corruption, strengthening community policy initiatives, expropriation of company assets, state responsibility in line unlawful acts, antisemitism and resolving human trafficking in the world over. Allocations and topics are available on the website at the resource center.
10th to 14th February 2020
Think Global, Act Local, in line with Sustainable Development Goal number 6 and 13.