Valencia Model United Nations (VALMUN) is an academic simulation of the United Nations that aims to educate participants about current events, topics in international relations, diplomacy, and the United Nations agenda.
VALMUN 2022: Stabilization through progress
VALMUN 2022 theme will encompass the issue of achieving stabilization through progress. At this conference, both new and experienced delegates must deal with world issues that involve new changes that are able to ensure balance in all regions of this nation. Usually, leaders around the world seek to establish more stable societies by implementing economical, social, health, or environmental measures, such as the ones delegates must come up with during this three-day conference. Nowadays, Member States are in a hurry to adapt to a new political, ecological and financial situation that has recently appeared due to unexpected issues such as pandemics, economic recessions, armed conflicts, and climate crises. Therefore, this conference will be providing delegates with topics that collectively deal with settling a better future for further generations through progressive solutions that will range depending on each country’s stance.
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VALMUN 2022 SECRETARIAT MEMBERS (FROM LEFT TO RIGHT):
Ismael Minuesa, Marc Vizcarra, Danila Kozlov, Héctor Ferrando
VALMUN 2022 STUDENT OFFICERS