Georgetown Fall MUN Conference

GU-Q Fall MUN Conference “Solidarity in a Fractured World: Embracing Unity Amidst Complex Divisions”

September 28-30, 2023

Welcome to GU-Q’s Fall Model United Nations Program.

Please note that this conference is ONLY open to high school students in Qatar. 


We invite interested schools in Qatar to apply for a team of six student delegates (one delegation) to the conference. The conference will not interfere with school timings. The maximum we can accommodate is up to TWO delegations or 12 students per school. However, we cannot guarantee two delegations for each school, it will be on a first-come-first-served basis. We do not accept individual delegates, if your school applies for its own delegation(s). If your school does not have a MUN club or MUN counselor, please email us at
Please note that committee and country allocations will be sent to the school counselors on first come first served basis. We encourage schools to apply as soon as possible to secure their spots! Delegates are required to research both the country they will represent at the conference as well as the specific topics to be debated in their assigned committee. All committees at the conference are chaired by Georgetown University in Qatar students.

Fees: There is no conference fee and attendance to the conference is FREE.  Please note that we do no accept new registrations on the day of the conference


Conference Theme: Solidarity in a Fractured World – Embracing Unity Amidst Complex Divisions


Fall 2023 conference agenda to be uploaded shortly!

Committees & Topics

Human Rights Council (HRC)
➢ Enhancing access to quality education: Overcoming barriers for marginalized children and youth
➢ Ensuring the protection of human trafficking victims: Combating

General Assembly (GA)
➢ Addressing the humanitarian crisis: Providing assistance and protection to refugees and internally displaced persons
➢ Cyber terrorism: Strengthening digital resilience

World Health Organization (WHO)
➢ Strengthening international cooperation to Address Global Health crisis: Lessons from the Covid-19 pandemic
➢ The promotion of improving healthcare systems and eliminating healthcare inequalities

Special Political and Decolonization Committee (SPECPOL)
➢ Establishing norms and regulations to safeguard Nation’s interests: The division between freedom of speech and hate speech
➢ The question of militarization of outer space

Security Council (SC)
➢ Conflict escalation and instability: The case of Afghanistan
➢ The Darfur conflict: Unraveling the complex crisis in Sudan’s Darfur region

Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)
➢ Facilitating economic empowerment: Universal access to financial services
➢ Promoting sustainable agriculture and food security: Ensuring resilient food

Commission on the Status of Women (CSW)
➢ Woman. Life. Freedom: The Iranian fight to freedom
➢ Gender- based abortion: Unveiling the Ethical Dilemma of selective fetus termination

Social, Humanitarian, and Cultural Committee (SOCHUM)
➢ Psychological well-being of individuals impacted by conflict zones
➢ Eliminating racial discrimination in criminal justice system

Peace Building Committee (PBC)
➢ Combating terrorism and violent extremism: Strengthening international cooperation for coexistence
➢ Women’s role in peacebuilding: Enhancing participation and leadership

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
➢ Combating online disinformation and promoting media literacy: countering the spread of fake news
➢ Promoting restitution or the return of cultural property to its country of origin

Disarmament and International Security (DISEC)
➢ Addressing the role of online platform in illicit firearm trade
➢ Weaponizing artificial intelligence: Addressing the risks and implications

Arab League (ONLY IN ARABIC)
➢ Combating terrorism in the Arab world
➢ Syrian refugee crisis