TruimphMUN - Unity for Truimph

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About Truimphmun

Welcome to the first section of TRIMUPH Model United Nations Conference. Our highly experienced cadre is working so hard in order to collocate a conference that is an amazing experience for everyone. We believe it is crucial to have students discuss global issues as well as topics that are unique and creative. The theme of TRIUMPH is to unity for triumph. The last year was a horrendous for us all from wildfires to global pandemic. But we are going on no matter what. As a conference which provides qualtiy enviorment for our delegates we think that eveyone should learn to stand-up for themselves and how they can shape the world we curren₺y live in, we hope to see delegates improve their communication and problem solving skills. TRIMUPH is committed to teach to its delegates how to express themselves in public, improve their vision of world and improve their problem solving skills. Don't forget to take a glance at our website in order to gain more information about our conference! If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to email Munoftriumph@gmail.com We hope to see you in June.


Secretariat general letter

Welcome you all as the Secretary-General responsible for the First Triumph Model United Nations. As the TriumphMun society, our first mission is to have a conference that all participants will leave satisfied and feel experienced. Although it is our first conference, we are pretty sure that our participants will discover themselves, bring into great new ideas about the topics be discussed, have fun and be glad by the end of the conference. Dwight D. Eisenhower says: ''What counts is not necessarily the size of the dog in the fight, it's the size of the fight in the dog''. Our staff and I strongly adopt the quote direc₺y related to the "Unity for Triumph". Therefore, we remain focused on society in order to achieve our goals. Briefly, our conference presents " Triumph" on 3 different General Assembly committees. Likewise, the flow of history will be reshaped at our Historical Crisis Committee. Las₺y, we would like to thank you and recommending participants be aware that we have more surprises during our conference. Besides to aforementioned, detailed information of our conference will be executed very soon to show our reliability, hospitality, and ambitiousness.'' Mr.Tunguz, as the Director-General and our Executive Board Society began planning our establishment of our society process with a few valuable colleagues, however, by the time our preparation process has been almost completed, our supporters and followers has multiplied, and our staff has expanded. We, as the Executive Board, promise that you will get much more than what you will pay. We consider it as a great joy and honor to be able to accomplish our society's goals which are to hold our first conference and contribute to TriumphMun society members’ general knowledge, public speaking, international affairs, and foreign language skills. Sincerely, Secretary-General


General infomation

The conference will be held on June 25-26-27 2021
Our quota is open to any and all attendants who are wishing to be part of our society. The attendees will use zoom supported online meeting program from our site. For any further questions please do not hesitate to contact us from munoftriumph@gmail.com


About Virtual Platform

Our conference assisted by Zoom and Discord for maintaining communication lines tight due to provide better service.

Committees

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) is a global leader in the struggle against illicit drugs and transnational organized crime, and the United Nations lead a program on terrorism. Established in 1997, UNODC has over 1,500 staff working at the national, regional, and global levels through a network of 54 field and project offices, as well as liaison offices in New York and Brussels. UNODC works to inform the world about the dangers of drug abuse and to strengthen international action against drug production, trafficking, and drug-related crime. UNODC also works to improve crime prevention and to assist with criminal justice reform in a number of countries. UNODC works with the Member States to strengthen the rule of law, promote stable and viable criminal justice systems and combat the growing threats of transnational organized crime and corruption. UNODC bases its work on the three pillars of research and analytical work, normative work to assist States in the ratification and implementation of international treaties, and the development of domestic legislation on drugs, crime and terrorism, and field-based technical cooperation projects. In the area of violence prevention and response, UNODC works together with other United Nations entities to provide the evidence needed to design effective violence prevention and reduction initiatives. UNODC recognizes, in particular, the value of multi-sectoral cooperation and an evidence-based approach to targeting the risk factors that lead to violence..

Agenda Items:

  • Preventing the distribution of fake medicine
  • Preventing & Combatting trafficking in human organs and trafficking in persons for the purpose of organ removal.

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Study Guide

United Nations General Assembly’s First Committee, DISEC, is one of the most important and central bodies of the United Nations. The First Committee deals with the issues that are related to disarmament problems, international security on a global scale, and security problems threatening national and international peace. The committee considers all of the disarmament and international security problems within the scope of the UN Charter or relating to the powers and functions of any other organ of the United Nations. The general principles of cooperation in the maintenance of international peace and security, as well as principles governing disarmament and the regulation of armaments; promotion of cooperative arrangements and measures aimed at strengthening stability through lower levels of armaments. The purpose of the committee is to maintain international peace and security through the measures taken by the members.

Agenda Items:

  • İnternational Cooperation Against Terrorism
  • Mitigating Civilian airstrikes in the Middle East

You can reach the study guide from below

Study Guide

Cuban Missile Crisis Joint Crisis Committee

During the Cuban Missile Crisis, leaders of the U.S.and the Soviet Union engaged in a tense, 13-day political and military standoff in October 1962 over the installation of nuclear-armed Soviet missiles on Cuba, just 90 miles from U.S. shores. In a TV address on October 22, 1962, President John Kennedy notified Americans about the presence of the missiles, explained his decision to enact a naval blockade around Cuba and made it clear the U.S. was prepared to use military force if necessary to neutralize this perceived threat to national security. Following this news, many people feared the world was on the brink of nuclear war. However, disaster was avoided when the U.S.agreed to Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev’s offer to remove the Cuban missiles in exchange for the U.S. promising not to invade Cuba. Kennedy also secre₺y agreed to remove U.S.missiles from Turkey. This was the moment when the two superpowers came closest to a nuclear conflict.

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Study Guide

The United Nations Conference, which convened in San Francisco, the USA in 1945, was unanimously agreed to hold a daily meeting of China and these delegates to provide the basis for the health of all peoples, peace, and security in the world. United Nations (UN) Economic and Social Council, Belgian Prof. Dr. A technical committee of 15 people was formed under the chairmanship of Rene Sard. The technical committee determined the agenda of the meeting in a short time, prepared the draft constitution for the international health organization and determined the necessary decisions.

Agenda Items
  • Mental health awareness and improving responses to mental health crisis
  • Acces to medicine in underdeveloped and developing countries

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Study Guide

Schedule

Blog

WHAT İS UNİTED NATİONS?



The United Nations (UN) is an organization that initiates the protection of universal covers in the construction of inter-country solidarity and partnership in social, cultural and economic contexts. It was established on October 24, 1945 and curren₺y houses 193 countries. The UN (General Assembly, Security Council, Economic and Social Council, Executive Council, General Secretariat, International Court of Justice), which is divided into various sections administratively, is administered from New York. It adopts the principles of organization, justice, order and unity.




WHAT IS UNDP?



The United Nations Development Program is a comprehensive program that supports developing countries with its international studies in offices in 166 countries. The main objectives of this program, the management of which is provided in New York, are to protect human and women's rights, to provide the countries with the welfare of life and to provide economic development. Collaborations with voluntary members from countries and various non-governmental organizations play an active role in the continuation of the program. UNDP carries out its activities dynamically and in a certain order. Therefore, "Human Development Report" is submitted by the office working on the subject.




WHAT IS MUN?



The abbreviation of MUN comes from 'Model United Nations' . It is an event that consists of delegations of 6-22 people attending from many high schools and universities, where different committees of the UN are animated by students as a simulation and carried out in the form of a conference. The formal language at the conferences is English. They prepare draft laws that will bring solutions to those problems from the perspective of the different countries they will represent at each conference. Together with young people from different countries of the world, they discuss solutions and prepare resolutions under the roof of the UN.

COMMİTTEES

WHO?



WHO, affiliated to the United Nations, is an international organization that has its headquarters in Geneva and has been working on public health since 1948. It undertakes tasks such as assuming leadership in the international community in the field of health, ensuring the strengthening of health services, and strengthening cooperation among healthcare professionals. A specific global health theme is discussed in the committee and solutions documented at the end of the sessions.




UNODC



It was established in Vienna in 1997 to carry out activities against organized crime, drugs, corruption and terrorism. Investigating crimes with the government, making protocols and agreements, and providing aid to the government are the three main functions of the organization. In the committee, areas such as corruption, organized crime and terrorism are discussed and solutions are documented.




DISEC



It is responsible for establishing a system for the regulation of armament in ensuring international peace and security. It cooperates with the United Nations Disarmament Commission and the Geneva Center Disarmament Conference. The Committee deals with disarmament, global challenges and threats to peace affecting the international community, as well as exploring the challenges in the international security regime and seeking solutions.




CRISIS



The crisis committee, like other committees, does not have a progressing process on a specific issue. Generally, a paced process is provided around an event by delegates who have the right to represent the person or region they desire. These committees act in accordance with the commands.

DOMESTİC PARTICIPANTS

  • Early application fee per delegate: 12 ₺
  • Early application fee per a Delegation (if 4 or more than 4): 10 ₺
  • Early application fee per a chairboard member: 20 ₺
  • Early application fee per observer: 10 ₺
  • Late application fee per a delegate:20 ₺
  • Application option for chairboard member will be closed at late applications.
  • Late application fee per an observer:10 ₺
  • Normal application fee per a delegate: 15 ₺
  • Normal application fee per a Delegation (if 4 or more than 4): 12 ₺
  • Normal application fee per a chairboard member: 30 ₺
  • Normal application fee per an observer: 10 ₺
  • Late application fee per a Delegation (if 4 or more than 4):15 ₺
  • Dolar prices doesn't contain transfer expenses.
    FOREIGN PARTICIPANTS

  • Fee per a delegation: 7 $
  • Fee per a delegate: 8 $
  • Fee per a chairboard member: 10 $

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