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EMUN 4.0


The 4th Model United Nations hosted by Epistemo Vikas Leadership School is set to take place from August 18 to 20, 2023, catering to students in grades 6 to 12. While the experiences may vary, the enthusiasm remains at its peak. By offering participation in diverse committees such as the World Health Organisation, Joint Crisis Committee, United Nations Human Rights Council, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, Disarmament and International Security Committee, along with the International Press, this event promises to create lasting memories in your mind and heart for years to come. With the introduction of new committees, fresh agendas aligned with various Sustainable Development Goals, real-world issues, and hypothetical challenges will be explored, encouraging participants to unleash their creativity.

About Us

Epistemo's Model United Nations (EMUN) provides a distinctive platform for young minds to express their ideas in the real world while immersing themselves in a virtual setting. As representatives of their respective countries, participants will be challenged to respond spontaneously and improvisationally to various situations. By considering the historical context, foreign policies, and news agency of their assigned roles, they will possess the authority to make decisions and shape the future for generations to come. EMUN not only offers the opportunity to engage with diverse perspectives on global issues but also instills essential 21st-century skills such as teamwork, leadership, self-confidence, critical thinking, and problem-solving abilities. We assure you that this conference will be an unparalleled experience, leaving an indelible mark in your memories for a lifetime.



Letter from Secretary General

"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." - Nelson Mandela

As the Secretary General of the Model United Nations Platform, it is my utmost pleasure and anticipation to reach out to you today. I hold great admiration for the cause our organization represents, and I firmly believe that it is our collective responsibility to invest in the education and empowerment of young minds to shape a better future for all. The quote above, spoken by the revered Nelson Mandela, encapsulates the very essence of our mission. We strongly believe that education, combined with the active participation of young people, holds the key to transforming our world. Through Model United Nations conferences, we provide a powerful platform for young minds to learn, engage, and develop the skills needed to become the change-makers of tomorrow. In today's rapidly evolving global landscape, young people possess an unparalleled ability to contribute fresh perspectives, innovative ideas, and inclusive solutions to the challenges we face as a global community. Model United Nations conferences offer an ideal environment for participants to develop critical skills such as research, public speaking, negotiation, and consensus-building. These experiences nurture their ability to think critically, communicate effectively, and engage in constructive dialogue with their peers from around the world. Moreover, Model United Nations conferences foster a deep sense of global citizenship, breaking down barriers and promoting cultural understanding among participants from diverse backgrounds. By simulating international diplomacy and encouraging collaboration, we create a space where friendships are forged, stereotypes are challenged, and mutual respect is cultivated. This interconnectedness serves as the foundation for future leaders to work together, transcending boundaries to address common challenges and create lasting change. As the Secretary General, I assure you that our team is fully committed to organizing a conference that upholds the highest standards of academic excellence, inclusivity, and professionalism. We strive to provide an enriching experience that not only educates and empowers participants but also fosters a sense of shared purpose and collective responsibility towards global issues.

-Sidharth V Nair,   
Secretary General

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