WInter edition : December 2016


Social Inequalities and Empowerment

The Winter Edition of INOMUN raised the question of Social Inequalities in the world, and Empowerment of different populations, which are themes that have been debated by the United Nations in 2016.

Tackling these very current issues at INOMUN's second edition means debating the topics of Gender Inequalities, access to proper education, or even oppressed groups of population that rightfully claim emancipation.

Convinced that acting for a better world, even at our student scale, is possible together this Edition opened us to a whole new world of possibilities.


The committees

  • International Security Council: Fighting and preventing piracy in the South China Sea region.

  • Human Rights Council: Freeing the Kurd community from persecution without encouraging terrorist actions.

  • Historical Council: Restoring international peace and economic stability after the Yom Kippur War of 1973.

  • United Nations Development Programme: Female economic and social integration in Sub-Saharan Africa's development.

  • ECOSOC (Economical and Social Council): Overcoming barriers concerning women’s professional advancement and representation in MEDCs.

  • United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees: Refugee crisis in Europe.

  • UNICEF (United Nations Children's Fund): Allowing access to education to every child of South America despite social inequalities.

  • General Assembly:  women’s right in terms of security and political empowerment.