HKISMUn2021

Join us for two days of passionate debate meant to inspire growth in all delegates! Students of all skill levels welcomed.

THANK YOU FOR AN AMAZING CONFERENCE!

6 FEBRUARY 2021 - 7 FEBRUARY 2021

 

/ ON THE BRINK

The world we live in is one of unbelievable prosperity and remarkable possibility. As rates of poverty plummet, technology rapidly progresses, and we inch closer and closer towards becoming a post-scarcity civilization, the world is seemingly undeniably on the brink of greatness. Yet at the same time, existential threats that once were mere unlikely looming perils have now become legitimately worrying obstacles to the longevity of human presence on Earth. As a globalised world makes us concerningly susceptible to disease and employment crises, the climate of the Earth continues to rise to unprecedented levels in the modern era, and new weapons of warfare endanger the lives of billions of humans at a single moment, we must ask whether we are, actually, on the brink of calamity. HKISMUN 2021 will serve as a platform for students representing all perspectives of society to explore the possibilities of either humanity’s success and the creation of a post-conventional society or humanity’s failure as we fall victim to issues of our own creation.

HKISMUN 2021

ABOUT

HKIS is proud to be hosting its third iteration of HKISMUN in 2021. Our conference attracts over one hundred delegates from around Hong Kong every year, offering six committees and a weekend of debate, collaboration, and learning on the beautiful HKIS campus. 

We pride ourselves on the quality of experience and debate that we offer our delegates and chairs. This year, we are accommodating to those that are newer to MUN by designating a special committee for beginners that also welcomes middle-schoolers — we hope to offer them a learning experience in the high standard environment of high-school MUN, becoming the first high-school conference in Hong Kong to do so. 
 

We hope that delegates will challenge themselves to broaden their horizons and embrace the problem-solving and diplomatic culture of the United Nations. We look forward to seeing you all in February!

 

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DELEGATES, CHAIRS, PRESS CORPS, ADMIN

 
 

Secretariat 

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/ SCHEDULE

FEBRUARY

6th

SATURDAY

OPENING CEREMONY
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

COMMITTEE SESSION 1

10:10 AM – 12:30 PM

LUNCH

12:30 PM – 2:00 PM

COMMITTEE SESSION 2

2:00 PM – 3:30 PM

BREAK

3:30 PM – 3:45 PM

COMMITTEE SESSION 3

3:45 PM – 5:30 PM

7th

SUNDAY

COMMITTEE SESSION 4

9:00 AM – 10:30 AM

BREAK

10:30 AM – 10:45 AM

COMMITTEE SESSION 5

10:45 AM – 12:30 PM

LUNCH

12:30 PM – 2:00 PM

COMMITTEE SESSION 6

2:00 PM – 4:30 PM

CLOSING CEREMONY

4:40 PM – 5:10 PM

 

Committees

historical

security

council

Head Chair: Chloe Tse

Deputy Chair: Jonathan Ngai

security council

Head Chair: Grace Tai

Deputy Chair: Nicholas Yee

united states

senate

Head Chair: James Collins

Deputy Chair: Heer Jhaveri

disarmament

commission

Head Chair: Ryan Orr

Deputy Chair: Amelia Lau

Economic and Social Council

Head Chair: Calvin Iyer

Deputy Chair: Ellie Green

GENERAL

ASSEMBLY

Head Chair: Subin Shetty

Deputy Chair: Maki Flauta

 

RESOURCES

research

/ LOCATION

Hong Kong International School, 1 Red Hill Road, Tai Tam, HK

HKIS can be reached through three bus routes exiting at the Turtle Cove Bus Stop.

1. 16X Minibus Route (towards Stanley Village) + a 3-minute walk 

2. 16M Bus Route (towards Chum Hom Hok) + a 3-minute walk

3. 14 Bus Route (towards Stanley Fort) + a 3-minute walk 

 

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