Our Introduction

Pakistan China Youth Model United Nation' 17 is a Student Organized Model United Nations Conference to be held in Islamabad in the end of august. Pakistan China Youth Model United Nation' 17 is being conducted with the alliance of students from over 15 educational institutes including schools, colleges and universities. Delegates are participating from rural, urban, public, and private high schools, to collaboratively tackle the world’s most critical issues.


At PCY's Model United Nations program, students experience the inner-workings of international policy-making as they tackle global issues and draft resolutions, controversies, draft resolutions, navigate crisis scenarios, debate, and ultimately vote representing their nations on global solutions. In the process, students become global thinkers, confident speakers, and peer leaders. Through Model United Nations, students gain the skills needed to navigate and thrive in our globally-connected world.

The MUN Conference is affiliated with the IMUNAEAN (International Model United Nations Association for two Asian Nations) and will be held over a period of 4 days and is due to attract around 400-600 Delegates from all over Pakistan. The total number of people present for the event will exceed 1000 as the staff is also brought under consideration. 5 committees will be simulated in chorus. The MUN Conference aims at promoting the culture of tolerance towards other communities and developing ability to reason logically. As our motto says “Speak, Hear, Resolve”, we plan on making it evident to people that the best way to solve a problem is by sharing ideas of each other.   

 
 
 
 
 
 

Our Mission Each student assumes the role of a UN delegate. After a great deal of time researching the political, economic, and diplomatic realities and stances of their chosen countries, students are invited to the conference in Islamabad for intimate briefings with the very diplomats they will be representing. This is all in preparation for the culminating conference, which brings together all delegates over four days to represent countries throughout the world. Recreating the structure of the UN, students work in committees to debate their positions on today’s most pressing global issues with the goal of collaboratively and creatively passing resolutions.

Our Mission

Each student assumes the role of a UN delegate. After a great deal of time researching the political, economic, and diplomatic realities and stances of their chosen countries, students are invited to the conference in Islamabad for intimate briefings with the very diplomats they will be representing. This is all in preparation for the culminating conference, which brings together all delegates over four days to represent countries throughout the world. Recreating the structure of the UN, students work in committees to debate their positions on today’s most pressing global issues with the goal of collaboratively and creatively passing resolutions.

Train today’s students into tomorrow’s

leaders through Model United Nations


 

Why Pakistan China ??

Pakistan and China are celebrating 2016 as an year of friendship to mark 65 years of diplomatic relations which are constantly moving on an ascending trajectory and gaining strength with the passage of time.

The two countries have prepared a number of events to celebrate the anniversary of their friendship, which is unique in many ways in the recent history of state-to-state and people-to-people relations.

The friendly relationship has been described over the years by the leaderships of the two countries as all-weather, time-tested, deeper than the oceans and higher than Himalayas, sweeter than honey, and lately, as strategic and stronger than steel. These expressions are not simple cliches but truly reflect the strength, depth and maturity of the relationship constructed over the last 65 years.

Evolution of this extraordinary relationship owes its genesis to the vision of the leadership of the two countries, who based the relationship on the principles of peaceful co-existence, commonality of interests, and shared perceptions on regional and global developments.

On May 21, 1951, China and Pakistan established formal diplomatic relations. Pakistan was one of the first countries to recognize China. This opened a new chapter of history of bilateral friendly cooperation. To develop China-Pakistan strategic partnership has won sincere support from both leaders and peoples.

As friendly neighbors, China and Pakistan maintain close communication and coordination on international and regional issues of common concerns. China has always firmly supported Pakistan’s development and implementation of anti-terrorism security strategy based on its national conditions.

Pakistan firmly supports China on the issues of Taiwan, Tibet, Xinjiang and other issues concerning China’s core interests. China also firmly supports Pakistan in safeguarding its independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity.

Leaders of two nations have frequently exchanged visits in recent years. President Mamnoon Hussain and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif have visited China twice and reached important consensus with Chinese leaders on bilateral relations and other major issues

 
 
 
 

Why Model United Nations?

We believe Model United Nations is the single best activity for preparing future world leaders. Model UN nation introduces young people to the world’s most biggest problems in peace and security, human rights, and sustainable development — and inspires them to find global solutions. Model UN gives students a chance to learn about different countries, foreign policies, and most importantly to critically think about issues from multiple perspectives and points of view different than their own.

We believe that Model united nation teaches students much needed 21st century skills. Students learn how to research, write, speak, and negotiate. Students get the opportunity to lead their peers and organize large-scale conferences. These are skills that colleges look for and that employers value. But most importantly, these are skills that students will use throughout their lives as they grow into positions of leadership. We believe that the students who do MUN today will change the world one day.

 

TO LEAD

Train today’s students into tomorrow’s

leaders through Model United Nations

 
 
 
 
 
 

Aims and Objectives

• Promoting Tolerance

• Encouraging the act of reasoning in debating

• Introducing a culture of unity within Pakistani Students

• Promoting Social Rights

• Encouraging and teaching the art of diplomacy

• Highlight basic human rights and values

• Discuss Society Based Problems

• Discuss International Affairs and Political Motives of different groups

• Introduce trend of Youth Activism in Pakistani and Chines Youth

• Interaction with multiple celebrities, who will be present as chief guests at the event.

• Interaction with Political and Social Activists who will also be present at the event.

• Spreading awareness of national and international issues

• Promoting trend of taking action against brutal traditional values like honor killing

• Although some celebrities will convey their ideas to our delegates on collaboration of two nation's youth by videos. which will shoot by our media partner and share with youth through social media.


 
 
 
 
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