GOVERNMENT LAW COLLEGE MODEL UNITED NATIONS 2023 (GLCMUN’23) [22-23 JULY, 2023] : REGISTER NOW!!

Government Law College Model United Nations 2023 (GLCMUN’23)

We cordially invite you all to be a part of the 13th edition of Government Law College Model United Nations 2023 (GLCMUN’23) and witness the grandeur, thrill and an experience worth cherishing that we behold for you. Renowned for its unmatched hospitality, unparalleled cuisine, and a consummate level of debate in the heart of the City of Dreams, we hope to have the pleasure to host you this July in Mumbai.

About Our College

Government Law College, Mumbai was founded in 1855 and has established itself as one of the most prestigious law schools in Asia. Guided by its motto “Ne vile Fano” (let no evil enter), Government Law College has groomed some of India’s most celebrated and distinguished legal minds, who have held many important legal offices and revered positions in the country. Its illustrious alumni network has dominated the who’s who list of legal professionals in India for over a century and a half. It also bears the distinction of being the only law school in India to have produced the heads of all three arms of the government. The college is renowned for exemplary legal education under the tutelage of top-class faculty, which includes legal icons like Dr. BR Ambedkar, Lokmanya Tilak, Justice M.C Chagla, Nani Palkhivala and H.D Pithawala. 

Government Law College is always in a state of dynamic transformation powered by the zeal of its progressive faculty and enthusiasm of its vibrant and participative student committees. GLC surely is moving to show the reflection of times and its atmosphere in the campus is brimming with life and is charged up to achieve new heights.

About Our Event

MUNSOC is organising its annual flagship event GLC MUN since 2008, which is a pan India Conference where more than 300 delegates from various educational institutes take part to discuss, deliberate and propose solutions on matters of National as well as International concerns. This year we look forward to organising the 13th Edition of GLCMUN with the aim to educate participants about International Relations, Policies and Politics and to provide an opportunity to further their horizon of knowledge by finding strong and amicably agreed solutions to the problems which affect the entire world. 

Dates:July 22-23,2023

Mode:Offline

Venue:Government Law College Mumbai,Churchgate 

Eligibility Criteria:Students of age group 14-24 

Registration Fee:Rs.2400 per Delegate

Accommodation Fee (if required): 4500 per Delegate

Dress Code:

Day 1-Indian Formals 

Day 2-Western Formals 

Registration Link- https://forms.gle/7AVi8LL4yPFW4Sj49 (for delegates)

Registration Link- https://forms.gle/PHiWAEgr8MpFdkkf9 (for delegations)  

Accommodation Form- https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdSC8I2rKoR5IFlgsyVvYdLz8pCq0U5vOV5Cfb90ctKTdHXTA/viewform    

The committees and agendas are as follows: 

1) United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC)

Agenda – Mineral Resources extraction leads to Human Rights violations and Racial Subordination

Preferred Language – English

2) UNGA – Disarmament and International Security Committee (UNGA – DISEC)

Agenda – i) Regulating the use of Surveillance Technology &

ii) Further measures in the field of disarmament for the prevention of an arms race on the seabed and the ocean floor and to the subsoil thereof.

Preferred Language – English

3) United Nations Security Council (UNSC)

Agenda – The Situation in Afghanistan, with special reference to the recognition of the Taliban’s Islamic Emirate in Afghanistan under the International law.

Preferred Language – English

4) G20 Summit 

Agenda – i) Addressing the Tax Challenges arising out of the Digitalisation of the Economy. &

ii) Effectiveness and the Implementation of a Global Tax Agreement on Multinational Enterprises to deal with the problem of Tax Havens.

Preferred Language – English

5) All India Political Parties Meet (AIPPM)

Agenda – Misuse of the Government Agencies and Corrupting the Constitutional Bodies to silence dissent in India.

Preferred Language – Hindi, English

6) Maharashtra Legislative Assembly (MLA)

Agenda – i) Inter and Intra State Migrations in Maharashtra affecting the development of the State. &

ii) Discussing the Police Reforms in the State.

Preferred Language – Marathi, Hindi, English

7) International Press (IP)

Available Roles – Journalist or Photographer. 

Prizes:

Best Delegation- ₹ 20,000/- + Trophy + Certificate

Best Delegate- ₹ 12,000/- + Trophy + Certificate

High Commendation- ₹ 7,000/- + Trophy + Certificate

Special Mention- ₹ 4,000/- + Trophy + Certificate

Best Journalist – ₹ 6,000/- + Trophy + Certificate

Best Photographer – ₹ 6,000/- + Trophy + Certificate

All participants will get Participation Certificate

If there are any further queries, kindly reach out to us at glcmuncomm@gmail.com or contact us at:

Yash Bhandari
(USG Delegate Outreach)
+91 93244 07232

Niveditaa Soni
(USG Delegate Affairs)
+91 8356978152

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