I, Seimonee Fernandes, am filled with pride and joy in welcoming you all to VHMUN’s Historical Security Council. Having been part of VHMUN since its inception, there is an immense sense of enthusiasm in being a part of the Executive Board again.
As the agendas for this year are based on highly conflicting yet crucial topics, we expect nothing short of brilliance from the entire committee since there will be heated and extremely intelligent debates throughout. We are here to make sure you, as delegates, feel the confidence to speak up on these agendas and be aware of current affairs, as they are going to aid you in ways you will never realise. We look forward to meeting all of you and making sure this committee passes the best resolutions at this MUN.
I started my journey at MUN when I attended ILMUNC and this will now be my 7th MUN. I completed my A-Levels from Vibgyor and went on to pursue my undergraduate degree in Business Management from the London School of Economics, post which I recently graduated from the University of Birmingham with a Masters in Creative Writing. Besides freelance writing, I am also an entrepreneur for a media company that is aimed towards international schools.
As your chair for this committee, I will make sure all of you feel comfortable, direct the debates in the right direction and together we will definitely make HSC the best committee at VHMUN 2018.
Please feel free to contact me regarding any queries you may have. Let’s meet on the 28th of June.
It’s a pleasure to welcome you to the 8th edition of VHMUN.
My name is Krish Agrawal and with utmost honour, I shall serve as your co-chairperson in the Historic Security Council.
This journey at VHMUN 5, where I trembled to attend an MUN a kilometre away and now 17 MUNs and 3 years later, here I am, travelling hundreds of kilometres to attend my favourite conference of the year.
To tell you more about myself I’m an inquisitive 16 year-old student who shall be entering the IBDP this year. Other than MUNs, I enjoy training in MMA, playing basketball, and horseriding.
In the Historic Security Council, I want delegates to exhibit spontaneous thinking and brainstorm ideas rapidly for the crisis at hand. I expect delegates to be well researched with the topic and well versed with past treaties and effectively use information to come up with innovative and viable solutions that will solve the crisis better than it was in the past. Although, I’m a fan of disruption, you must remember that diplomacy is the key to solving a crisis, especially a two-nation war.
Feel free to ask me any doubts during the MUN.