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Harvard  Model United Nations

A HMUN committee’s pace is heavily dependent on the delegates as their actions are reflected in in-council developments. HMUN councils are concentrated with heated debates where delegates have to think on their feet and interpret their foreign policy within time constraints. NISMUNC’24 will adopt the most recent version of the Malaysian Standardised HMUN Rules of Procedures published by MYADP.

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united nations  disarmament and international security committee

“Security doesn't come from the barrel of a gun, but from the strength of international agreements and the commitment to disarmament." - Helen Clark”

The Disarmament and International Security council (DISEC), is a symbol of diplomatic simulation and international cooperation. As a fundamental component to international peace, DISEC is dedicated to finding the solutions to pressing global issues like the development of biochemical weaponry and the ever growing military presence within space. Delegates in this council will have the opportunity to experience and find the solutions to some of the world's most pressing security threats. The agendas of DISEC at NISMUNC’24 are as follows :

AGENDA A:     Regulating the Proliferation of Biological Warfare and Chemical Weapons

AGENDA B:     The Militarisation of Outer Space

united nations  human rights council 

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"It is my aspiration that health finally will be seen not as a blessing to be wished for, but as a human right to be fought for." - Kofi Annan

The United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) is responsible for the protection and promotion of human rights around the world. This council addresses pressing human rights issues occurring throughout the globe, providing a platform to grapple with critical topics such as the protection of the Rohingya muslim refugees and the protection of human rights from advancing technology. Delegates will be able to form resolutions and advocate for policies that have a direct impact on the lives of people worldwide. The agendas of UNHRC at NISMUNC’24 are as follows :

AGENDA A:    Addressing Human Rights Infringements with the Development of Technology

AGENDA B:     Protection of the Rights and Safety of the Rohingya Muslim Refugees

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united nations  security council 

"Peace is a daily, a weekly, a monthly process, gradually changing opinions, slowly eroding old barriers, quietly building new structures."

- John F. Kennedy

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) is responsible for safeguarding global peace and security. Delegates in the UNSC are entrusted with the responsibility of navigating and resolving real-time international crises. This committee addresses a wide spectrum of global issues, including but not limited to the militarisation of the polar regions and the border tensions between India and China. Delegates are able to engage in a high-stakes, real-world decision-making, shaping the direction of international relations and demonstrating leadership in a rapidly changing global landscape. The agendas of the UNSC at NISMUNC’24 are as follows : 

AGENDA A:    De-escalating India-China Border Tensions

AGENDA B:    The Militarisation of Polar Regions

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united nations   office on drugs and crime 

"Crime and drug prevention isn't just about locking people up; it's about unlocking opportunities and hope for a better future."

- Cory Booker

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) is aimed at tackling various problems regarding drug use and transnational crime, such as the misuse and trafficking of synthetic drugs and the use of narcotic drugs to build economies. This committee offers a unique opportunity for participants to delve into the intricacies and the intertwining of international drug control and crime prevention. The agendas of UNODC at NISMUNC’24 are as follows :

AGENDA A:    Discussing an Intervention for the Trafficking of Synthetic Drugs

AGENDA B:    Commodification of Narcotic Drugs in Nations Economically Reliant on Drug Trafficking


Social, Cultural and

Humanitarian committee

“An individual hasn’t started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of humanity” -Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

The United Nations General Assembly Third Committee, commonly referred to as SOCHUM, stands for the Social, Humanitarian, and Cultural Committee. It is one of the six main committees of the UN General Assembly, tasked with addressing a wide range of social, humanitarian, and human rights issues. Delegates in SOCHUM will discuss a wide range of humanitarian issues regarding the role of freedom of expression and press particularly amidst increasing threats and challenges; as well as delve into safeguarding the rights and dignity of prisoners of war, emphasising adherence to international humanitarian law and the Geneva Conventions in conflict-ridden areas. The agendas of the SOCHUM at NISMUNC’24 are as follows : 

AGENDA A:   Protection of Fundamental Freedoms of Press and Speech

AGENDA B:   Protection of Rights of Prisoners of War in Conflict Zones



The Hague International Model United Nations

THIMUN committees at NISMUNC'24 are crafted to be beginner-friendly whilst offering stimulating debates. NISMUNC’24 will adopt the most recent version of the Malaysian Standardised THIMUN Rules of Procedures published by MYADP.

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united nations   economic & social council

"Economy is the basis of society. When the economy is stable, society develops."  - Morihei Ueshiba

The United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) is a council that is dedicated to addressing global economic and social issues. This council deals with various matters, such as poverty alleviation, sustainable development, and human rights. It plays a key role in advancing the United Nations' goals of improving living standards, promoting human rights, and fostering global economic stability. The ECOSOC committee of NISMUNC 24 provides opportunities for the delegates to discuss rising social issues on drugs and forced labour. The agendas of ECOSOC at NISMUNC’24 are as follows :

AGENDA A:   Developing Economic Strategies to Combat the Trafficking of Children for Forced Labor 

AGENDA B:    Regulating the Use of Crypto Currency in the Illegal Drugs Trade

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united nations  educational,

scientific & cultural organization

"Education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world"

- Nelson Mandela

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is a council within the United Nations system that focuses on advancing international cooperation in education, science, culture, and communication. UNESCO is committed to promoting peace, sustainable development, and intercultural understanding by safeguarding cultural heritage, fostering access to quality education, supporting scientific research, and protecting freedom of expression and the diversity of cultural expressions worldwide. The delegates of the UNESCO council of NISMUNC 24 would discuss resolving an issue of indigenous culture under threat. The agendas of UNESCO at NISMUNC’24 are as follows :

AGENDA A:   The Protection of Cultural Heritage Sites at Risk from Armed Conflicts and Illicit Plundering

AGENDA B:   The Preservation of Endangered Languages

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united nations   environment programme

"When we respect nature and our planet, we are respecting ourselves."

- Inger Anderson

The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) is a council of the United Nations that cooperates with multiple nations to address environmental issues that are globally faced. UNEP plays an important role in addressing global issues such as environmental challenges, promoting sustainable development, and enhancing international cooperation on matters such as climate change, biodiversity, pollution control, and natural resource management. The UNEP council of NISMUNC 24 focuses on addressing global issues on climate change and pollution control, specifically on flood risks and radioactive waste management.The agendas of UNEP at NISMUNC’24 are as follows :

AGENDA A:    Mitigating Flood Risks and Enhancing Disaster Resilience in Low-Lying Regions

AGENDA B:    The Promotion of Responsible Management of Radioactive Waste in Japan's Marine Environment




dewan  rakyat 

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“We hope at the end of the summit we will be able to affirm a few specific initiatives that can be the catalyst to bigger things”- Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad

Dewan Rakyat, the lower chamber of the Parliament which contains the House of Representatives, proposes laws and makes amendments to the constitution through bills which undergo discussions and voting. Members will formulate, negotiate, and carry out the policies that propel Malaysia's growth. During the conference, delegates will take on the responsibility of examining the proposal of amendments to the Syariah Courts as well as improving the government’s response to natural disasters. The agendas of DR at NISMUNC’24 are as follows :

AGENDA A:   Examining the jurisdiction of the syariah courts (criminal jurisdiction) act 1965 (Act 355)

AGENDA B:   Examining the definition of hate speech

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historical  crisis committee 

“We shall defend our island, whatever the cost may be. We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing-grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills. We shall never surrender!” - Winston Churchill

The biggest war in history was ignited when Germany invaded Poland leading the formation of two opposing coalitions: the Axis Powers led by Nazi Germany, and the Allied Powers consisting of the UK, USSR, US, and China. Fueled by territorial disputes and Nazi ideology, this war caused a loss of more than 70 million lives worldwide. Some say that the harsh penalties imposed on Germany through the Treaty of Versailles was the main cause of the war, while others fault the expansionist ambitions of totalitarian regimes like Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan. This historical crisis arc will explore aspects of World War II – from military engagements to humanitarian tragedies – as well as its lasting influence on global politics, economics and culture. The agenda of Historical Crisis at NISMUNC’24 are as follows :

AGENDA: World  War II  (Nazi Germany vs Union of Soviet Socialist Republics)

international  press corps 

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“It's a journalist's job to be a witness to history. We're not there to worry about ourselves. We're there to try and get as near as we can, in an imperfect world, to the truth and get the truth out”

- Robert Fisk

The International Press Corps seeks to analyse contemporary reality from a variety of angles and contexts. The PRESS Delegates are challenged to maintain communication skills, conduct press conferences among themselves, conduct interviews for research causes, and publish pieces at the conference while acting on behalf of prominent journalists. Similarly, some of the key PRESS delegates can occupy front-row positions as the intriguing NISMUNC 2024 debates are underway. Hence, they will play a significant role in the dissemination of information and knowledge during the conference.

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