Special Political and Decolonization Committee
- The question of regulating the development of artificial intelligence
- The question of the unsustainability of space travel
Salutations delegates of SPECPOL!
It is I, Rajveer (Raj) and I have the great honour to chair SPECPOL in this year’s THAIMUN X conference. I am currently in Year 13/12th Grade at International Pioneers School. You might find me complaining about schoolwork as I take arguably the worst subjects known to mankind: Psychology, Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics at A-levels. I have been attending over 15 conferences so far and counting. MUN is truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience that everyone should enjoy. That is why I also am the president of my school’s MUN team where I am lucky to lead little ones.
For the past 4 years, I have always been SPECPOL (not by choice) in THAIMUN, so you could say that I am well-versed in this committee and it is probably my favourite one too! Hopefully, by the end, we will have a great time in this committee known for controversial and intense debates and that everyone gets the chance to speak.
If you have any questions regarding this committee or the rules of procedure or just anything really, you can find me by email at: email@example.com or on Instagram: @hesitant1dreams. Will reply in 2-3 business days.
Please enjoy a photo of me attempting to hold the UN logo and failing miserably.
Nice to meet you, delegates!
Welcome to THAIMUN X. It is my pleasure to serve you as a deputy chair of SPECPOL. Since this is my first time participating in an international MUN, I am feeling more excited than ever :) At the conference, you will enjoy enthusiastic debates and thoughtful idea-sharing on various topics.
My name is Yujeong Olivia Ha (she/her), and I attend an international school named Branksome Hall Asia as a G9 student. I have started my MUN journey from G7 and participated in five conferences, one as a chair. Every MUN experience helped me grow as a person, learner, debater, and leader. Our experience in THAIMUN X will help us grow a lot!
Dear delegates, I encourage you to consider this conference as a safe space for learning and communication. Some of you will be more experienced than others; some of you will not. Please do not think of this conference as a fierce competition. I would love to see you confidently presenting solutions to the given topics and respecting each other’s opinions. I wish you all the best!
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
yujeong (olivia) ha