SurreyMUN’s HUNSC will be unique in the sense that unlike a typical committee, HUNSC’s topics won’t be released until the conference officially begins. Delegates will be challenged to devise creative solutions to the global crises at hand, with little to no preparation. Topics will change after each committee session to keep delegates on their feet, and there will often be very little time to prepare answers to these crises that unfold.
Will you stand firm through the chaos as a beacon of hope for the world, bringing global conflicts to a halt? Or will you be shaken by the tides of change, and allow the world as we know it to collapse?
Position papers are not required for this committee.
Saad is a senior student attending Fraser Heights Secondary, and he is ecstatic to be serving as the Director of the Historical United Nations Security Council. Saad started Model United Nations three years ago, attending a general assembly concerning human rights and Ebola. It was right after he made his first speech when he fell in love with Model UN, and he made an effort to attend as many conferences as possible afterwards. Saad has been to every iteration of SurreyMUN, attending twice as a delegate. He is excited to staff at SurreyMUN and will do his best to make the committee as exciting as possible. He doesn’t do much outside of Model UN, but when he isn’t busy building conferences, you can see him playing basketball, ultimate frisbee, or just binge-watching Netflix. Saad looks forward to seeing all delegates at SurreyMUN 2018 and will strive to make it a time for all to remember.
Harkaran Dial is a grade 11 student at Southridge who began MUN 3 years ago in a general assembly. After a year of new MUN experiences, Harkaran finally experienced his first Crisis committee, which he instantly found amazing. Harkaran hopes to give delegates a Crisis experience that will make them excited and intrigued to see what lies ahead while tackling issues of all sorts with their committee!