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United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC)

The Human Rights Council is an intergovernmental body within the United Nations system made up of 47 States responsible for the promotion and protection of all human rights around the globe. It has the ability to discuss all thematic human rights issues and situations that require its attention throughout the year. The UNHRC investigates potential international human rights violations and examines them on a case-by-case basis. The Council also makes resolutions to help limit human rights violations and uphold the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
 

Topics:

1. The Uyghur Relocation Camps in China
2. The Idlib Humanitarian Crisis

About the Chairs

Mohammad Alzaabi
Chair
b00071715@aus.edu

Mohammad is a third year student at the American University of Sharjah, majoring in International Studies. His first conference was AUS Model Congress 2018 as a delegate in his freshman year. This marked the starting point of a desire to gain more experience and knowledge which resulted in participating in AUSMUN, SUADMUN, WATTMUN, AUDMUN, and CWMUN, all as a delegate, in which he won multiple awards. Mohammad recently participated in Cairo International Model Arab League and chaired in AUSMUN. His experiences were very unique and he is, thus, looking forward to a another wonderful experience in AUDMUN 2020.

Nadin Hossam Mahmoud
Co-chair
thenadinehossam1@gmail.com

Nadine is a Management junior at the American University of sharjah. Public speaking 3 years ago wasnt something she was good at. After her first MUN , she gained alot of confidence and improved her researching skills. After being a delegate & a moderator for a while, she learnt alot about what truly goes into being a great chair, what keeps a committee session going and most importantly having a good balance between being a serious but fun moderator too. She hopes that through her experience she would be able to benefit the delegates and give them an amazing,beneficial and educational experience.