After four days of elaborate diplomatic exercise and fun filled activities Roots Metropolitan Model United Nations 2018 comes to an end. Roots Metropolitan United Nations is a four Day International relations simulation for high school and under graduate students. By becoming part of international bodies, national cabinets and assuming roles of various UN representatives, RMMUN helps delegates to gain insights into working of United Nations. Almost 2,000 students from all over country participated in RMMUN2K18.
Seven committees were formed namely Pakistan National Assembly (PNA), United Nations Security Council (UNSC), Social Cultural and Humanitarian Committee (SOCHUM), Disarmament and International Security Committee , United Nations Human Rights Committee, United Nations High Commission for Refugees, and World Health Organization (WHO). Some of the topics that were discussed are economic reforms in Pakistan, women and elections, rights of children, the United Nations Security Council reforms, domestic violence and honor killings, developments in the field of information and telecommunications in the context of international security, protecting refugee rights at refugee camps, developing a global action plan to end statelessness, safety of health care workers in conflict zones and addressing of universal needs to prevent and treat substance abuse.
RMMUN’18 proved to be a platform that manifested erudite debates, unlimited learning opportunities, cultural exposure of around the world and experiences of democratic process at its best. RMMUN’18 manifested vision of Mr. Walid Mushtaq who believes in providing children with best possible opportunities to brush up and learn new skills apart from an outstanding academic counseling. Roots Metropolitan United Nations provided an exceptional platform to students to comprehend in detail workings of United Nations, understand global dynamics and learn from our distinguished guests. RMMUN helped students practice and refine their skills in diplomacy, public speaking, negot