Oxford University – Model United Nations Conference

by | Dec 9, 2015

Looking to expand your reach into current global human rights issues? Interested in the work of the UN? Join OxIMUN!

Each year, the Oxford University United Nations Association hosts a Model United Nations Conference called OxIMUN. It is an incredible weekend filled with lively debate in UN format, and an excellent opportunity to tackle human rights issues. We are currently recruiting dedicated students for OxIMUN 2016, to help organize what committees will be simulated at the conference – such as the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, or the International Criminal Court – as well as create an amazing delegate experience.

We currently have vacancies for Socials and Communications Officers, as well as Logistics and Communications Deputies. OxIMUN is entirely student run and dedicated to providing an exciting, engaging platform for discussing global issues. If you’d like to be involved or have any questions, please email shalaka.phadnis@spc.ox.ac.uk.

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