- The question of domestic violence
- Addressing gender disparities and promoting gender equality in education
Greetings! My name is Pyn (she/her) and I’m delighted to be a part of THAIMUN 2022 as a chair for UN Women! I am currently in high school attending the International School of Bangkok, and was lucky enough to participate in the IASASMUN conference last semester.
Outside of a committee room, you can find me on a field playing touch, on a stage dancing, or participating in very intense thumb war games.
I’m excited to meet all of you, and should you have any inquiries, feel free to dm me on Instagram (@pynbhairoh), and hope you will all enjoy yourselves at this year's conference! I can’t wait to experience some very fruitful debate.
PYNBHAIROH (PYN) SNIDVONGS KRUESOPON
Hi, my name is Jade, I’m a year 13 student and it’s an honour to serve as chair in THAIMUN 2022. While being relatively new to the world of MUN, my drive to better understand our political systems and the moral institutions around us has made MUN a perfect fit for me to learn and grow. I’m particularly interested in legal topics of debate, such as contract law and tort law; exploring the function of legal relations, which I hope to further pursue at university. As for in my free time, my current favourite sports are cycling and climbing (although I’m still very amateur).
I hope that through the course of the conference, we will engage in meaningful and diverse discussions, providing you with important takeaways.