United Nations Security Council
- The question of foreign intervention in combating insurgency and maintaining stability in the Maghreb region of West Africa
- The question of resolving Turkey-Syria border conflicts
My name is Sayantika Chatterjee and I am very excited to be chairing UNSC at THAIMUN VIII. I’m currently studying at St Andrews International School as a Year 12 student in the IB programme. I’m very passionate about MUN, having done it for 3+ years, attending 12 conferences as a delegate, 2 as a chair and being the Secretary-General of our very first Virtual STAMUN conference back in June 2020! From my experience, I would recommend all delegates to come to THAIMUN VIII with an open mind and fresh ideas and I guarantee that you will have a worthwhile experience.
My friends describe me as fun, optimistic and energetic, and these are qualities that I hope to bring into chairing the committee room. In my free time, you can find me travelling with my family, eating out, binge-watching Netflix shows and stressing out about my workload. You can find me on Instagram @sayantika.ch or my e-mail,
email@example.com- feel free to get in touch.
Looking forward to meeting you all soon and stay safe!
My name is Seoyoung Youn and I’m Junior at Ruamrudee International School, Bangkok. It is an absolute honor for me to serve as the UNSC chair at THAIMUN VIII conference. Having a great interest in global issues and debates, I joined MUN in 7th grade at my previous school in India. As a passionate member of the MUN club, I attended 7 conferences as a delegate, 2 conferences as a member of the ICJ, and 1 conference as a chair. Attending various international conferences enabled me to broaden my scope on global issues and improve my collaboration skills. Therefore, I encourage all delegates to not only advocate for themselves, but also interact with others and create social connections. Doubtlessly, I believe this conference would provide enlightening experiences for all delegates and for myself. Lastly, please contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions or concerns.
I look forward to meeting you all and have a fruitful debate!