The Mock United Nations is a platform to encourage political thought and challenges amongst the students all over the world. JBM Global School encourages students to participate in such events as it broadens the horizon of it’s students and empowers them to become effective change agents and leaders of the future.
The parents along with the students from class IX – XII attended the MUN 3.0 on 29th April,2023. It commenced with the traditional lamp lightening by the Principal Dr. Upma Arora, Director Ms. Nalini Bahl, Sr. Coordinator Ms.Vandana Gupta and Junior and Cambridge Incharge Ms. Payal Batra. The programme started with the school song sung by the Class VI girls which was followed by the scintillating Kathak Dance by class VIII. A power point presentation was showcased that apprised the audience about different committees, their agendas and about country delegates. The MUN saw participation of students, teachers of classes IX to XII. Three committees were formed which had various agendas.
Inflation and Global Recession looking after the Global Goals, promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all. Sustained and inclusive economic growth that can drive progress, create decent jobs for all and improve living standards.
Our esteemed faculty Ms. Nisha and Ms. Mahua guided the students and as many as twenty seven students of Class IX threw light on the said agenda and enacted as delegate committee members of USA, Belgium, Canada, Norway, Germany, Portugal, Syria, Spain, Mexico, India, Russia, China, Japan, Afghanistan, Sweden, South Africa,
United Kingdom, Saudi – Arabia along with two students Kaavya Gupta and Hitesh Bhardwaj of class XII represented as members of executive board with four journalists.
2. Promote Peace and Prevent Conflicts (UN 75)
Resolution of armed conflicts and threats against international peace. Threats to international peace and security and combating the financing of terrorism was the agenda set on the floor for students of Class X and XI. Ms. Nidhi Rathi and Ms. Harmeet shared insights on how the students can find details on the said agenda. In addition to this seventeen students enacted as delegate committee members of UAE, China, Israel, Kuwait, Norway, USA, UK, India, France, Yemen, South Africa, Russia, Syria, Iraq, Japan, Afghanistan, New Zealand. Along with three students Kaavya Gupta, Bhoomi Mehta and Rudra Gautam represented as members of executive board with six journalists.
3. Security Council
Threats to International peace and security and combating the financing of terrorism was the agenda set on the floor for students of Class XII. Ms. Prachi, Ms. Pallavi and Mr. Sunil shared insights on how the students can find details on the said agenda. A total number of fourteen students enacted as delegate committee members of USA, UK, France, India, Russia, Germany, Sweden, Pakistan, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Iraq, Brazil, China. Along with three students Drishti Kasana, Simran Bhadana and Jiya Malik represented as members of executive board with two journalists.
Overall, the students experienced exhilarating sessions of debate and discussion on burning topics like Cyber Security, Politicization of the Military forces and the Human rights violation. The day long session taught them the art of political analysis and problem solving. The students learnt how to come to a consensus and recommend a solution for the agenda at hand. Most importantly, the students learnt the finer nuances of conducting, meaningful research and oratory skills. Other than this some students also participated in the poster making competition on various agenda set forth by the committees. The school also took the feedback of parents and they also strongly believed that such events must be organized from time to time so that students can do research and learn more beyond academics.