Dear future delegates of BDMUN,
Firstly, allow me to quash any worries or apprehensions you have about taking part in our BD Somani Model United Nations. Any MUN teaches you invaluable life skills, as well as refines your already pre existing skill set. Apart from the obvious knowledge you gain on the topics that your committees will revolve around, you stand to gain experience in public speaking, your ability to look at things from different perspectives and your argumentation skills. Rest assured, from all of us here in the BDMUN team, we can tell you that this edition is going to be just as fun-filled and educational as the rest.
Looking back, working in tandem with the rest of the BDMUN team was as enriching as it was fun, and as fun as it was fruitful. In my role of Deputy Secretary General I had the opportunity to work alongside Jivishaa as well as the various other extremely talented members of our team. I felt that working together really enhanced my teamwork skills and I felt like I got to know everyone much better due to the specialised nature of my role.
Work involved short-listing who we felt would be suitable chairs, drafting plans for internal training sessions, arranging how the actual MUN days would be structured, making sure every team was on track for finishing their allotted work and designing and promoting the MUN. All this, it has to be said, was done with the aim of making BDMUN a better event for YOU to partake in. We strive to do, like we have done so far, everything in our power to make this MUN more enjoyable for everyone, and do hope to see you there.
This experience truly has helped me learn a lot more, and here’s hoping it can do the same for you
Deputy Secretary General