UNSociety | Winter In-House
The Winter In-house is our first big event of the Winter Semester and a great way of getting back into the swing of MUN after the winter break!
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January 13th to 14th 2018:

Winter In-House

The Winter In-house is our first big event of the Winter Semester and a great way of getting back into the swing of MUN after the winter break! We have two committees from years past that we will be bringing back for you to enjoy! If you are interested, sign up here!

Schedule

January 13th to 14th 2018

 

Saturday

 

9:00 am – Noon – Session 1
Noon – 1:00 pm – Lunch
1:00 – 3:00 pm – Session 2
3:00 – 3:30 pm – Working Break
3:30 – 5:30 pm – Session 3
7/8pm – Late – Social

 

Sunday

 

10:00 am – Noon – Session 4
Noon – 1:00 pm – Closing Ceremonies

Winter In-House

Committees

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Canada 2023

Set in Canada’s not so distance future, delegates will be discussing the topic of water, national unity, and terrorism. First, climate change has exacerbated extreme weather conditions, which has manifested in the form of water shortages and major droughts. Second, Quebec separation is no longer a threat, but Western sentiment is shifting towards a new separatist movement. Third, , the schism between mainstream and radical Islam has grown, and the latter has become even more militant; each province is facing unique terror-related threats.

Canada 2023
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The Human Rights Council

Delegates will engage in debate on the treatment of prisoners and protecting human rights while combatting terrorism. Human rights apply to all humans universally, even while they serve a sentence in a prison in any country; with growing prison populations globally, delegates may approach concerns of their treatment from a broad range of perspectives, including: wartime, children, development, political instability, terrorism and national security. Combatting terrorism is a growing priority globally, as a result human rights concerns have arisen surrounding counter-terrorism measures, which countries often deem to be outside the realm of international law. Delegates must debate how to reconcile human rights while combatting terrorism.

Human Rights Council