By NICK JOHNSON
Where youth and polıtıcs meet
Conference Will Be Held In:
Welcome Letter from the Secretary General
Honourable participants of MUNATMEF’20,
It is an utmost pleasure for me to welcome you all to the third edition of MEF University Model United Nations as the Secretary- General; I am
I have started my MUN career when I was in ninth grade, in 2012. After 9 years of experience, I can say now it is time for me to step down. Most of us, MEFMUN team, in the senior year at college; we wish to leave our mark in our university with the third edition of MUNATMEF. I am so proud to be part of our MEFMUN Club family. As all of you will see, we are small but a very intimate one. Before introducing our theme and committees, it is my desire to introduce my Deputy- Secretary General and Director General, my lifetime friends Efe ÖZEKİN and Orçun TURAN. Without them, I cannot be up to the responsibility of this title.
This year at MUNATMEF, we tried to compose our committees based on mostly current problems which constitutes a big danger to our world peace. Our first committee GA-1: DISEC deals with a very long-standing issue; arms trade on black market. Next committee I would like to introduce is our Futuristic GA-4: SPECPOL held the problem of The Rise of Iran which takes places after a nuclear deal concluded between Iran and the United States and committee will try to fix the expansionist policy of Iran over Middle East region.
Now, it is time to introduce our very special committees; NATO and JCC. NATO committee has a very secret agenda item which cannot be discussed with anyone and anywhere outside the office. The heat of Syrian Civil War did not cool down, on the contrary it gains a different dimension no one can even imagine. While the time is ticking against them the representatives must take an action to gain re-control.
Our JCC is dealing a missile crisis originated from North Korea and the question is the cold war arising again in the light of Russia and USA actions over the crisis, representatives will endeavor to balance the super-powers once again.
Last my not least, our court will simulate The International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia and will try to compensate the wounds of the conflict in the Balkans in the 1990’s. The cases held by the Tribunal gave aggrieved people to voice their frightening experiences in front of all humanity and show the mankind that massacre was the worst form of painting a city.
This year, we plan to give our participants a completely different experience with much joy and highly qualified discussions. Why? Because as we all know; third time’s the charm.
We are expecting admins, delegates, committee directors and supervisors all around the world to our campus at Maslak, Ayazağa on 28th February to 1st March.
With all my sincere,
Secretary-General of MUNATMEF’20