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Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, Kanpur, organizes its annual Model United Nations conference known as the Seth Anandram Jaipuria Model United Nations with a view to ingrain the ethics of internationalism, promote conflict-resolution through dialogue, and foster humanity in today’s generation. It simulates a setting which enables delegates to explore the intricacies of geopolitics and international relations besides providing an experience that gives the delegates a valuable insight into the functioning of the United Nations and its subsidiary organs. This enriching experience is further accentuated by replicating an environment that propels the use of diplomacy, hones leadership qualities, promotes consensus building, necessitates quality research, and above all- lays the foundation for the eventual transformation of an Indian civilian into a global citizen. With a collaboration with the United Nations Information Centre for lndia and Bhutan and support of the noble HeForShe campaign, the conference ensures that the emphatic voice of the youth does not go unheard, rather it successfully reaches the highest echelons of our society- the United Nations itself.
SAJMUN strives to serve as a forum where delegates achieve a consummate learning experience that motivates them to take the world to new heights through their creativity and practical approach guided by acumen. Year after year, it succeeds in providing the delegates the holistic experience that the Executive Board and the Organizing Committee aim for. The committees are a success when it comes to delving into the international community about agendas and conflicts that are deeply rooted in history, and are shaping our lives today.
Each year, SAJMUN transcends to a new level by bringing about dynamic changes in the organization of the conference and the committees that are simulated. This year too, in a bid to save humanity from being butchered by us, humans, deliberations on agendas like the Kurdish Conflict, mobocracy in India, the 9/11 attacks, etc. were effectuated in order to sensitise the participants to such issues and concurrently draft solutions for the same. The theme for this year’s conference was “Gender Equality”-which is gradually coming out into the open and is being addressed on various platforms-in the wake of which, a form titled “Viva La Resistance” was designed in order to delve into the conditions undergone by the victims of gender discrimination and curate methods to nip the cataclysmic issue from the grassroot level.