Welcome to AIMUN 2023!
|Conference Date||May 12, 2023 – May 14, 2023|
|Conference Topic||Sustainable Development: The Future is Now|
|Conference Format||Fully Onsite|
AIMUN 2023 will be held in Beijing in May 2023 and will be conducted in a fully onsite format. The conference will focus on the theme of “Towards Global Security” and will carry out detailed and in-depth discussions on diverse topics by setting up 8 committees. The main content of the conference will be the simulation of multilateral international conferences and negotiations by college students, with esteemed leaders, scholars, and professionals from international organizations joining in the sessions to share their opinions with our delegates and engage in meaningful dialogues.
In today’s world, sustainable development has been extended to all aspects of a nation’s survival and development. Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are also part of China’s 14th Five-Year Plan, which emphasizes high-quality green development. In response to the social and environmental challenges that have emerged after decades of rapid growth, and in view of China’s large population and growing international influence, it is vital for China to play a key role in the global journey towards sustainable development by actively pursuing relevant initiatives and policies. As such, while remaining roots in China, AIMUN 2023 will keep an eye on the world, focusing on the aforementioned areas and aiming to encourage MUNers to pay attention to current global issues and actively contribute their wisdom and strength to sustainable development.
|May 12, 2023 (Friday)|
|08:00 – 09:00||Delegation Registration|
|09:00 – 11:30||Opening Ceremony|
|14:00 – 17:00||Session 1|
|18:30 – 21:30||Session 2|
|May 13, 2023 (Saturday)|
|09:00 – 12:00||Session 3|
|14:00 – 17:00||Session 4|
|19:00 – 21:30||Social Event|
|May 14, 2023 (Sunday)|
|09:00 – 12:00||Session 5|
|14:00 – 16:00||Closing Ceremony|
|Ambassador Programme||English||Striving for a Sustainable Future Amid Global Disorder||Single / 40|
|UN Security Council||English||Preventing terrorists from acquiring weapons of mass destruction||Double / 20|
|UN General Assembly||English||Preventing famine and fighting food insecurity||Double / 40|
|UN Environment Programme||English||Rise of green finance and sustainable investing||Single / 40|
|UN Human Rights Council||English||Economic security for displaced women||Single / 40|
|1954 Geneva Conference||Chinese||Withdrawal of troops after the Korean War and resolution of the Korean Peninsula reunification||Mixed2 / 19|
|World Health Organization||Chinese||Revisions to the International Health Regulations (IHR) in the post-COVID-19 era||Double / 50|
|Main Press Center||English / Chinese||–||Single / 30|
1 The figures show the number of countries in the committees, e.g., the UNGA has 40 countries and 80 delegates.
2 1954 Geneva Conference has 3 quadruple delegations, 2 triple delegations, and 14 double delegations. 46 delegates in total.