indexHeidelberg Model United Nations conference to be held from the 13th to the 15th of May, 2016. The conference’s general topic is “Achieving peace through interdependence”.

They seek to innovate through the introduction of the ‘interconnectivity’ concept, experimented with in North and Latin American conferences, yet relatively new in the European arena. This approach aims to ensure the most realistic representation of international relations by establishing interdependence chains between different committees and topic areas, bringing the conference together as never before.

HDMUN will count with seven interrelated committees: the Security Council, the World Bank, UNEP, UNESCO, Legal, the Arctic Council and the Presidential Summit. This last committee will be integrated by participants representing countries’ Heads of State, who will possess full executive authority on its nation’s foreign policy and will keep its coherence through his or her country’s delegates in each committee. Decisions taken there and in each individual committee will thus influence each other and demand a holistic approach.

This is all to take place in the romantic city of Heidelberg, host to the oldest university in Germany, founded in 1386, and to its majestic castle, which dates back to the XIth century. Heidelberg is today one of the most culturally diverse cities in Germany, being brought alive by several top scholars in Europe, hordes of avid students and tourists from all over the world. In this context, Heidelberg is perfectly suited to host the heated debates, negotiations and social events of HDMUN 2016.

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