DELEGATE REGISTRATIONS FOR IAMUN ARE NOW OPEN
Before registering, we encourage you to go through the basic guidelines and take a look at the different committees available. We look forward to seeing you at the conference!
IAMUN Digital conference 4.0 is to be held on 30-31 January 2021.
Delegate Registration fees- INR 350. (Round 2)
Pre-Conference Training: This includes General Preparation Guide and Committee specific Background Guides, authored by Committee Directors and the Secretariat that will help all delegates prepare better for the conference. The training also includes an online webinar, run by the Secretariat and Directors, that will equip delegates with information and material to excel at the conference.
Conference Events: Entry to all conference events including the special events during the opening and closing ceremonies
Perks and Benefits (Why should you attend our conference?)
Certificate: Assured Participation Certificates to registered delegates and Excellence Certificate to winning Delegates,
Prizes and rewards up to worth INR 10,000 to winning Delegates,
Concession on Delegate Fee for our next conference,
Free Midnight Crisis in all the Committees,
Complimentary entry to the IAMUN Summer conference,
Free entry to our Expert Talk sessions,
Chance to be a part of Senior Secretariat of our Live-Summer Conference,
Winning Delegates would feature on IAMUN official website and social media till the announcement of the conference.
Round 2 registrations end on 23rd January 2021.
Please find the committees and agendas in the later section.
COMMITTEES AND AGENDAS
United Nations Security Council
Solutions for the inequality and injustice of srilankan refugees displaced in Southern India. (Jaffna Tamils)
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
Discussing the legality of drugs in India with special emphasis on Cannabis and Opium.
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
Cultural, Historical and Moral aspects of religious traditions in South Asia-African countries.
Emphasizing the inequalities in women rights and freedom with respect to SDG 5.