April 12th-14th, 2024 – 7th edition

Imagine the following scenario

The year 2030. You are a delegate representing your country at the UN. The problems are complex but you have researched solutions. The chances for an agreement are low but you will do your best. The citizens of the world  are relying on you. Good luck and enjoy!

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Committees & Topics

UNESCO – Committee on Education

Promoting Ethical AI in Education

Discuss the ethical use of AI in education systems.

Princia Casañé

WHO – Committee on Health

AI in Healthcare and the Right to Health

Explore the use of AI in healthcare for diagnosis, treatment, and healthcare delivery.

Vinyet Torrent

UNDP – Committee on Development

AI and Sustainable Development

Discuss how AI can contribute to achieving the UN SDGs, particularly in poverty reduction, clean energy, and climate action.

Carla Kañero

UNGA – Legal Committee

Legal Frameworks for AI Governance

Address liability and accountability in AI-related accidents or decisions.

Andrea Pareja

UNICEF – Committee on Children’s Rights

AI and Child Welfare

Examine the ethical and legal considerations of AI in child welfare, including education, healthcare, and protection.

Stefani Haces

UNHRC – Committee on Human Rights

AI and Human Rights Violations

Examine the impact of AI on human rights, including surveillance, privacy, and freedom of expression.

Júlia Cabré

UNHCR – Committee on Refugees

AI and Refugee Assistance

Examine how AI can be used to aid and protect refugees.

Edith Bosch

UNSC – Security Council

AI in Cybersecurity and National Security

Examine the use of AI in cyberattacks and cybersecurity defense. Discuss potential threats and opportunities in AI-driven warfare and security.

Emily Piqué

Dress Code

All SMUN2030 participants are expected to dress business formal for the full duration of the conference.

You need to impress a person you talk to. Your outfit and the way you look will be the first impression they have on you, so to be taken seriously you should follow Model United Nation’s dress code.

What to wear

Male participants will be expected to wear suit and tie, while female participants will be expected to wear dresses of an appropriate length or formal suits.

  • Bowties are allowed
  • No t-shirts under the suit jacket
  • Skirts and dresses must reach the knee when stood upright
  • Formal and comfortable shoes (flats are encouraged)
  • Shoes must be closed (no open-heeled sandals or heels)
If the dress code is not followed

The dress code will be examined during the conference. If the attire is found inappropriate the participant may be asked to change into something more suitable.

What not to wear

Male participants must NOT wear butterflies, and their jackets should always be buttoned, furthermore guys may NOT wear jeans of any kind since it’s considered inappropriate. The female participants must NOT wear skirts that are too short, and the neckline of their shirts must NOT be too low as it is considered inappropriate.

  • No Sports Shoes
  • No Polos
  • No flipflops
  • No shorts
  • No spaghetti straps, unless covered at all times with a blazer or cardigan
  • “No sleeves” is acceptable, as long as most of the shoulder is covered



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