The MACMUN 2020 Secretariat is pleased to present the committees that will be featured in our conference this year. Our conference features committees at the beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels. It is beginner-friendly, and an enriching experience for delegates of all levels and disciplines.
Key information, including topics and background guides, regarding each of these committees can be found below. As well, you can check out the list of countries/organizations/characters that will be represented in each of these committees by clicking the button below:
The Social, Cultural, Humanitarian Committee assesses and resolves the sociocultural impacts of global events on people and works to improve quality of life worldwide.
1. Journalism in the Age of Social Media
2. Child Labour
The Legal Committee is the organ of the
United Nations that deals with legal issues.
It discusses and makes recommendations on
1. Legality of Mass Surveillance and Data Collection
2. Potential War Crimes in Yemen
The United Nations Environment Programme
discusses and resolves issues related to
the protection and revitalization of the
1. Marine Plastics
2. Water Security and the Global Water Crisis
The United Nations Permanent Forum on
Indigenous Issues is a dedicated space
bringing together nations to discuss and
develop resolutions to Indigenous Issues.
1. Contemporary Genocides of Indigenous Peoples
2. Indigenous Representation in Politics
The Arctic Council is focused on sustainable
development and protection of the Arctic.
It consists of Arctic States and organizations
representing Arctic Indigenous peoples.
1. Militarization of the Arctic
2. Melting Glaciers and Sea Ice
Note: These committees are recommended for more advanced delegates.
The topic of this committee will be revealed on the first day of the conference. It is designed for experienced delegates who are comfortable thinking and participating on their feet.
CHINESE CIVIL WAR
This historical topic features two joint committees representing The Communists and The Nationalists. This civil war spanned 1927-1949, with the Communist Revolution in 1946. This committee starts on January 1st, 1934.