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MUN Bilbao 2025 is January 23th–26th
Registration opens May 31st 2024

Welcome
to MUN BILBAO 2025

Welcome to the official website for Model United Nations Bilbao, organised by the Educational Group COAS, AYALDE and MUNABE.

Fellow delegates, honorable Chairs and advisors

It is a pleasure to welcome you once again to our annual conference, which will take place in our school, Colegio Ayalde, between the 23th and 26th of January 2025, the seventh edition.

Registration is open from the end of May 2024. We hope you enjoy the conference!

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This committee is concerned for the general health of the population of the World, whether a person is from a developed or under-developed country.

  • TOPIC A: On the question of gain of function experiments.
  • TOPIC B: On the question of gender or race discrimination in the practice of medicine.
  • TOPIC C: On the question of mental health issues in a rapidly changing world

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This committee deals with the rights of safety and protection that each person is entitled to, but is not receiving in their home country or abroad.

  • TOPIC A: On the question of the separation of state government and religion.
  • TOPIC B: On the question of finding a safe homeland for the Rohingya people.
  • TOPIC C: On the question of reducing human trafficking.

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Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)

  • TOPIC A: On the question of microplastics in crops and food.
  • TOPIC B: On the question of food safety in manufacturing and distribution.
  • TOPIC C: On the question of the sustainability of animal production in the global food supply.

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This Committee promotes and enforces basic freedoms and ideals meant to be enjoyed by the entire international community, such as the freedom of expression.

  • TOPIC A: On the question of nationalism vs patriotism.
  • TOPIC B: On the question of the manipulation of the media.
  • TOPIC C: On the question of child explotation.

Committee Chairs

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The CSTD Commission is the UN´s home for discussions on science and technology – what is new, what matters, what is changing, what the impact is – and how this affects development and a sustainable future for all.

  • TOPIC A: On the question of digital currencies and a digital ID (CDS)
  • TOPIC B: On the question of digital tracking and censorship.
  • TOPIC C: On the question of genetically modifying animals to harvest human organs.

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ECOFIN deals with questions about economics, global finance, and growth and development around the world.

  • TOPIC A: On the question of industry monopolies and growing poverty.
  • TOPIC B: On the question of fair and honest treatment of consumers in online purchasing.
  • TOPIC C: On the question of decreasing government subsidies for fossil fuel extraction in rich nations.

Commitee Chairs

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This council debates the most challenging topics, and their resolutions are enforced by UN Peacekeepers.

  • TOPIC A: On the question of finding peaceful solutions for Yemen.
  • TOPIC B: On the question of the intensifying tribal conflicts in the Sahara.
  • TOPIC C: Crisis: to be announced.

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This committee provides leadership, delivers science, and works towards solutions on issues such as climate change, green economic development, and the management of terrestrial and marine ecosystems.

  • TOPIC A: On the question of plastics manufacturing and its residues.
  • TOPIC B: On the question of POPs, or the persistant organic pollutants affecting all species of the world.
  • TOPIC C: On the question of the continuing deforestation of the Amazon.

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NAM, the non-alignment movement, represented by 120 countries in the division of interests between East and West, upholds the UN Charter and membership requirements must coincide with the key beliefs and practices in accordance with the ten “Bandung principles” of 1955.

  • TOPIC A: On the question of negotiating a Palestinian state.
  • TOPIC B: On the question of Neo-Colonization and the dominance of rich countries over less developed nations.
  • TOPIC C: On the question of the civil war and humanitarian crisis in South Sudan.

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DISEC, this was the first committee of the UN and it works towards peaceful solutions leading to eventual disarmament and greater security in the face of global threats. 

  • TOPIC A: On the question of the recognition and avoidance of proxy wars.
  • TOPIC B: On the question of the role of NATO in world peace.
  • TOPIC C: On the question of the military occupation of LEDs.

Committee Chairs

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The ICJ of Model United Nations simulates the court cases of the ICJ in the UN.  By taking part in this round-table discussion, you will learn how a real international court works and eventually reaches decisions on cases among member states.

The sessions require 12 judges and 2 advocates for each of the two delegations (4 in total) involved in the case.  The advocates must prepare a case to win according to the rules of procedure (link?)  Judges will be best prepared by not having prejudices and focusing solely on the evidence the advocates present to them.

Students wishing to sign up for the ICJ, must fill in the application form below.  Applications will be accepted until the 1st of October.

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MAC Bilbao:

Model Arctic Council Bilbao (MAC Bilbao) is a simulation of the real-world Arctic Council.  Established in 1996, the Arctic Council is devoted to advancing international cooperation and good governance across the Arctic regarding issues of sustainable development and environmental protection.
 
Around its table sit not only the Arctic States—Canada, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Russia, Sweden and the USA—but also Arctic Indigenous peoples organisations representing the Aleut, Athabaskans, Gwich’in, Inuit, Saami and the many peoples of the Russian North.
 
This involvement of non-State organisations, along with the requirement of consensus, makes Model Arctic Council a unique model diplomacy experience.
 

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Student Officers

Meet the Secretariat for 2025

Claudia Villar

Secretary General

Álvaro González

Vice Secretary General

Inés Ramón

President of the General Assembly

Iratxe Ibarzabal

President of the General Assembly

Marta Prieto

Head of Communications

Erlantz Verdejo

Head of Comminications

Ingrid Vasilache

Head of Admin

Sofía Rivas

Head of Admin

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