Historical Crisis Committee - HCC
About the Committee
The Historical Crisis Committee (HCC) is a simulation that speaks about the issues that have been addressed by the Security Council and other United Nations committees in the past. Parties are urged to dispute issues in a peaceful way and are urged to adjust to methods and terms of settlement. This committee is consistently in crisis throughout the conference, unlike many other committees. The experience that is to be expected in this committee is more unpredictable, volatile and urgent than most, however, it is also an utterly exciting experience.
I. Imperialism in Africa
II. Rwandan Genocide
About the Chairs
Jana Askarco-chair firstname.lastname@example.org
Jana is a business student at AUD and is passionate in being involved with anything UN related. She has participated in many MUN conferences across the UAE, and is also a UNGC youth ambassador. Other than having an obsession with politics, history and basically anything that can be debated, Jana is also a friendly and fun person who is looking forward to chair for the very first time, and is looking forward for all the new experiences.
Edward Kondratchair email@example.com
Edward is a Russian student, majoring International Relations in the American University of Sharjah. 18 years of living in United Arab Emirates have showed Edward how important it is to be able to live in an international community, where people from all around the world, with different cultures, languages and religions are able to live together in harmony. Being an International Relations student, Edward is strongly interested in today`s political institutions and in seeking a dialog about different problems of our modern world not only between the professional politicians, but also between the new generation, who will soon be facing these issues by themselves. Edward is convinces that MUN is one of such platforms, where youth can exchange their personal experience, get a look from the perspectives of different countries and shape together their opinions on today`s major problems of our international community.