The Commonwealth of Nations (The Commonwealth)
What Is It?
The Commonwealth of Nations is a voluntary association of 52 independent and equal Sovereign States. Within this structure are the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meetings which take place bi-annually with the next being held in the United Kingdom in 2018. These meeting attempt to orchestrate common policies on certain contentious issues and current events, with a special focus on issues affecting member nations.
Topic A: "Implications of Brexit on Commonwealth trade."
Topic B: "Addressing opportunities and challenges in youth development."
Azli is a fourth year engineering PhD student at the University of Nottingham. He was introduced to the concept of MUN in high school, but only became truly involved during his penultimate undergraduate year at the University of Nottingham, driven by his personal interest in global geopolitics and history. Since then, he has attended many MUN conferences as a delegate. This Commonwealth committee will be his fourth time chairing, and he and Jasmine will ensure that each and every delegate in the committee will enjoy the upcoming conference. In his spare time he enjoys learning about history, culture, and languages, as well as participating in some sport activities such as badminton, indoor climbing, and ice skating
Jasmine is a second year law student at the University of Bristol who enjoys chicken nuggets and aquariums. A Canadian born in Australia and having lived in India, Italy, and the United States, she enjoys all things international and is very excited to be a chair at ReadiMUN this year. Stop and say hi if you see her at the conference!
This Committee's Journalist
This committee does not yet have a Journalist. Interested in taking up the role? Follow the link above to apply!
Countries in bold are still available: