Paris International Model United Nations was founded in 2011 by students from the most prestigious Parisian Universities. This event is a great opportunity for young people to engage in a Model United Nations with a “French Touch”. As a Model UN Conference, Paris International MUN is a simulation of different committees of the United Nations. Four days of negotiations and debate bring students from all around the world together, debating on current and global issues. Further, With 600 participants, world-famous guest speaker and an unmatched quality of academics and debate, PIMUN is an incredible opportunity for future leaders and pioneers of new world order.
In 2019, They’ll be focusing on three main issues: Climate action, gender equality, also, la francophonie; and will take place from the May 30th to June the 2nd.
With the topic:
“ADAPTING TRANSBOUNDARY WATER GOVERNANCE TO RISING GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES”, Interconnectivity in this 2019 edition of PIMUN aims to create a complete multilateral agreement on the key areas of international water policy: security, economics, and urbanization, giving an answer to the issues that surround equity, human rights and private intervention
Each committee will discuss one are surrounding the border general topic on transboundary water governance. The delegation will not only share the same interests but also the same budget. Each and every policy, infrastructure or project proposed during committee needs to have a budget, approved by the whole delegation. Further, Each delegate in THE WORLD BANK GROUP, apart from discussing their own topic, will be in charge of making and validating their national budgets so that all the proposals remain possible and realistic.
Press has, therefore, a key role to play, communicating between committees what is happening in each debate. Further, They will represent press organizations from various countries like CNN, Al Jazeera or TVGlobo, and develop a network of communication. Additionally, All delegates will need to know what is happening in all committees; resolutions, agreements, and blocs should be built according to the overall situation.