20-22nd September 2019
10:00 AM
Grade Seniors
World Trade Centre, Cuffe Parade

Aditya Birla World Academy established its first Model United Nations Conference in 2015. Ever since its initiation, it has been striving to provide young minds with a platform to develop their public speaking skills, critical thinking skills and policy making skills. This year too ABWA established its Model United Nations Conference at the prestigious World Trade Centre in which policy making can thrive. It was held from 20th September to 22nd September, 2019. There were 10 schools that participated in the event. 

  • Aditya Birla World Academy
  • DY Patil International School
  • BD Somani International School
  • Dhirubhai Ambani International School
  • Cathedral and John Connon School
  • Campion School
  • JBCN International School
  • Hill Spring International School
  • B.K. Birla Public School
  • Bombay International School
  • J.B. Petit High School
  • Jai Hind College
  • HVB Global Academy

There were 6 innovative and skillfully curated committees with delegates representing their country’s policies and negotiating resolutions to benefit their country and the world.

The following were the committees:

  • BREXIT- Brexit Negotiation Summit
  • UNHSC- United Nations Historic Security Council
  • ECOFIN- Economic and Financial affairs Council
  • IFC- Indian Financial Cabinet
  • ICJ- International Court of Justice
  • UNESCO- United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

The ceremony started with the speech of the Deputy Secretary General Ananyaa Patel and the Secretary General Sashwat Iyer. The Secretary General invited the guest of honour Mr. Kumar Bagrodia, an MBA degree holder from the University of Oxford, a Country Champion and an Ambassador for the Oxford Business Alumni India. He is a member of the national start up council of CII and is a member of the Apex Council of the India Innovation Initiative by the Government of India and Founder and CEO of NeuroLeap, a company specializing in applied neuroscience. 

Report by: Student Name and Class

Shuddhi Dalal-Gr. 9-This year I had an amazing experience at ABMUN. In comparison to last year, there were many improvements made this time which really enhanced the experience. My committee (HSC) was brimming with multiple crises which not only made  it interesting, but also genuinely helped me think on my feet. Our chairs were approachable and took all of our suggestions into consideration and also implemented them. The level of debate was extremely high with really good delegates present in the conference. The chairs made sure to keep committee intriguing by incessantly introducing updates. Overall, the MUN was super fun and there was so much to learn from not only the content of other delegates, but also the way they spoke and their confidence I have no complaints this year. Loved the MUN! 

Vedant Doshi-Gr. 9-The quality of debate at ABMUN 2019 was exceptional and surpassed my expectations.

Neer Mehta-Gr. 8- ABMUN was only my second MUN and in comparison to my first, it was organized much better and was more realistic.The chairs were very nice and the logistics and press were very active.

The committee I was in had a very persistent crisis update which was helpful for the flow. Lastly, the food was very yummy.

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