EIMUN 2014

Venue : Telkot, Bhaktapur

Delegates : 150 from 8 Countries

The first ever international MUN organized by Nepalese students, the Everest International Model United Nations (EIMUN 2014) witnessed a fervent participation of 150 youths from 8 different nations. With its sole foundation based on the three pillars: availability, accessibility and affordability, it reached out to an extensively diversified group of keen youths regardless of the differences they possessed. The solitary but foremost resemblance of the aspiration to get the stimulating experience of MUN made the differences seem trivial. Furthermore, the reservations and the scholarships assisted by our benign donors, helped overcome the restrictions for dreamers to become achievers.

Thereby, EIMUN 2014 celebrated the commencement of a phenomenon of leading an entire generation towards becoming realistic intellects. EIMUN 2014 efficaciously lived up to the axiom Educate.Engage.Empower.

Committes and Agendas

  1. United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
    1. Global use of pesticides and its impact on environment and health
    2. Reducing risks and vulnerabilities from glacier lake outburst flood- a global responsibility
  2. United Nations Security Council (UNSC)
    1. Conflict in Gaza- A threat to world peace and order?
  3. The Social, Cultural and Humanitarian Affairs Committee (SOCHUM)
    1. Universality of social security ii. Legality of secession of Crimea
  4. United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC)
    1. Situation of migrant workers in the Middle-East countries with the special focus on women.
    2. Right to truth as state’s responsibility in post conflict scenario

July 28, 2014

EIMUN 2015 ( Partnership with UNICEF)

Venue : Hotel Landmark, Pokhara

Delegates : 150 from 18 Countries

Date : 1st October, 2015

“Preservation and Perseverance: Keys to Sustainable World Future”.

The theme for EIMUN 2015, the second rendition of the Everest International Model United Nations fostered immense enhancement of diplomatic skillset of our young leaders. 150 participants from 18 distinct countries engaged in numerous remarkable discussions in the conspicuous attempt to simulate 4 UN discrete committees. The rigor put into research prior the conference was rightly met as EIMUN 2015 could delightfully instill noteworthy assets in its participants proving itself to be a great progress since EIMUN 2014. With a respectable amount of scholarships provided to the youths hailing from developing nations, it substantiated, yet again, a process of education must witness no restraints!

Committes and Agendas

  1. The Social, Cultural and Humanitarian Affairs Committee (SOCHUM)
    1. Universal recognition of the rights of the LGBTQI people in the 21st century.
  2. United Nations Security Council (UNSC)
    1. Issue of admission of Palestine as a member of the United Nations.
  3. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization(UNESCO)
    1. International cooperation on post-disaster restoration of World Cultural Heritage
  4. United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
    1. Obligations of Member States to reduce the risk of natural disasters for sustainable living.

July 28, 2014 (Partnership with US Embassy Nepal)

EIMUN 2016

Venue : Park Village, Kathmandu

Delegates : 180 from 8 Countries

The relevance of EIMUN 2016-Regional edition lies in the similarities shared by countries in South and Central Asia and Africa in terms of socio-cultural and geo-political aspects. Addressing prevalent problems with a collaborative like-mindedness has become imperative for securing sustainable development of these regions. Hence, from the 15 th to the 19 th of August, 2016, 180 participants from 8 different countries participated in hearty discussions and debate with the sole motive to garner diplomatic skills by simulating the UN committees. Altogether 4 UN committees were simulated where participants regardless, of what bound them, discussed on some of the most severe issues of 2016. The scholarships provided by the gracious donors helped the participants overcome their financial boundaries.

Committes and Agendas

  1. The Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Affairs Committee (SOCHUM)
    1. Providing for freedom of speech and addressing press censorship.
    2. Promoting the human rights of migrant workers.
  2. United Nations Security Council (UNSC)
    1. Implication of China’s territorial settlement in South China sea dispute.
    2. Preventing and countering violent extremism in South and Central Asia.
  3. Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)
    1. The impact of economic growth, industrial structure and urbanization on carbon emission intensity.
    2. Limited access to sea ports as one of the biggest challenges for trade in landlocked countries.
  4. United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
    1. Water scarcity.
    2. Coordinating regional responses to epidemics.

August 15 - August 19

EIMUN 2017

Venue : Park Village, Kathmandu

Delegates : 200 from 12 Countries

Series of MUN workshops led the path to EIMUN 2017 setting a benchmark for international conferences henceforth to be conducted in Nepal. From the 16 th to the 19 th of July, 2017; while the world was running its usual course, 200 youths from 12 different countries were engulfed in the task of discussing the most imperative global issues to provide innovative yet practicable solutions. Young leaders from South and Central Asia acquired the perfect impression of the way their paradigm ought to be set for the necessary sustainable development of these regions. The 14 national and 3 international scholarships provided made the opportunity available to proficient youths.

Committes and Agendas

  1. United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
    1. Ivory Poaching and Protection of Endangered Species.
    2. Water Security: Delivering secure water for health and economic prosperity.
  2. United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC)
    1. Planet 50:50 by 2030 for Achieving SDGs
    2. Human rights violations of international migrant workers with special focus in Middle East.
  3. United Nations Security Council
    1. Countering youth radicalization.
    2. Threat of nuclear proliferation and disarmament.
  4. Economy and Financial Committee (ECOFIN)
    1. Improving access to finance to reduce global poverty.
    2. Food Security and Sustainable Agricultural Development.

July 16 - July 19

EIMUN 2018

Venue : Kathmandu

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