African Union

Beginner

The African Union aims towards a Peaceful, Prosperous & Integrated Africa and it is by far the largest regional organization in Africa. It seeks to solve regional issues and problems within the organization and it very often represents Africa at conferences on a global scale.

Topic #1: Perspectives of Establishment of the Continental Free Trade Area

Topic #2: Addressing Gender Inequality in Accordance with Agenda 2063

Countries: Algeria, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, CAR, Democratic Republic of Congo, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Ghana, Chad, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Libya, Madagascar, Morocco, Namibia, Niger, Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, Senegal, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, Tunisia, Uganda, Zimbabwe.

Chairs Intro

 

Albert is a global change and Impact advocate who established a conference called Impact Summit. He managed a large organizing team and communicated with delegates from more than 55 countries of the world all across the earth. Albert worked with ambassadors and politicians to proclaim the idea of equality among students and professionals and cooperated with them to establish a debating platform where everybody has the equal opportunity to express themselves no matter on religion or ethnicity. He participated in over 10 Model United Nations Conferences around the globe including THIMUN, Qatar and NHSMUN, New York. Apart from MUN conferences he loves chocolate and coffee without which he cannot survive a single day.  Taha was born in India and raised in Saudi Arabia. He is a communications engineering student at Prince Sultan University, Saudi Arabia. He believes that regardless of your major, MUN is an activity for all as it is inclusive to all aspects of our lives and gives us a common goal for bettering lives of people around us. His MUN journey began in high school and his most recent win was the best delegate award in this very committee (#AfricanUnion) last year. He has also won multiple awards for debating in national competitions. He has travelled to Australia, USA, Italy et.c on exchange and research programs. In his free time, you will find him tinkering with drones and robots. 

 

Should you have any questions, please contact Albert and Taha on au2019@praguemun.cz.

 

Kindly join the Facebook group of African Union

 

To see the Study Guide for AU click here.

To see the Rules of Procedure click here.

 

Deadline for submitting Position Papers is January 17 23.59 pm CET. Please send it to the committee email address.

Use this Position Paper template. Please DOWNLOAD the template, you will not be able to edit the online document.