Doha College Model United Nations

Doha College Model United Nations

Diplomacy of the Future

Doha College Model United Nations

Diplomacy of the Future

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DCMUN XII 2019

General Information DCMUN XII General Information DCMUN XII

 

Doha College's Annual conference

Venue Date Theme
Doha College Al Waab 7th November 2019 Learning from our mistakes
Doha College Al Waab 8th November 2019 Learning from our mistakes
Radisson Blu Hotel 9th November 2019 Learning from our mistakes

Schedule

 

                                                                                                                            DAY 1 (DOHA COLLEGE AL WAAB)

Time

Event

Venue

12:30pm - 1:20pm Arrival and Registration of Non-DC schools Auditorium
1:40pm - 2:00pm Director's Meeting Auditorium
3:00pm Approval Panel Opens Library
1:30pm - 4:00pm Lobbying Lobbying Rooms
4:00pm - 4:30pm Lunch in Rooms Primary Hall
4:40pm - 6:00pm Commission Meeting I (ONLY ILO1, ILO2, GA4, GA6) Committee Rooms
4:40pm - 6:00pm Opening Ceremony (Rest of Committees) Auditorium
6:00pm End of Day 1, delegates leave  
6:00pm - 6:20pm Student Officer, Admin Team, and Press Team meetings Auditorium

                                                                                                                            DAY 2 (DOHA COLLEGE AL WAAB)

Time

Event

Venue

8:40am - 9:00am Student Officer Meeting Auditorium
9:00am - 9:15am Delegate Arrival Committee Rooms
9:15am - 11:30am Commission Meeting II Committee Rooms
11:30am* Lunch Starts (staggered) Primary Hall
1:30pm* Lunch Closes Primary Hall
1:30pm - 6:00pm Commission Meeting III Committee Rooms
6:00 End of Day 2, delegates leave  
6:00pm - 6:20pm Student Officer, Admin Team, and Press Team meetings Auditorium

                                                                                                                               DAY 3 (RADISSON BLU HOTEL)

Time

Event

Venue

8:40am - 9:00am Student Officer Meeting Ballroom
9:15am - 12:00pm Commission Meeting IV Allocated Committee Rooms
12:15pm - 2:45pm Closing Ceremony and Lunch Ballroom

 

 

Rooms

Committee Committee Rooms  Lobbying Rooms
SC Psychology  1 english 4 
HSC MFL 6 English 1
HGA3 History 3 History 3
GA1 History 1 History 1
GA2 Geography 1 Geography 1
GA3 Maths 10  Maths 10 
GA4 History 2 Library
GA6 Geography 2 Primary ICT
HRC1 Maths 9 Maths 9
HRC2 Maths 8 Maths 8
ECOSOC MFL 5 MFL 5
ILO1 Humanities 1 Psychology 1 
ILO2 Geography 3 Maths 11
ICJ Media Studies 1 Media Studies 1

 

Room  Location
Approval pannel  ICT suite
Lunch  Primary Hall
Male prayer room  Reading Room 2
Female prayer room Reading Room 1
Directors room Staff room
Press room IT 3
Admin room  6th form common room

 

 

Other
Information
Windows Login
for Delegates
USER NAME:dcmun
PASSWORD:dcmun
For Wireless
Access
Select the DC_GUEST network and connect using:
USER NAME:dcmun
PASSWORD:dcmun

Student Officers DCMUN XII Student Officers DCMUN XII

Historical Security Council (1991):

  • President: Noureldin Ali - Doha College

  • Deputy President: Ahmad Khan -  Qatar International School
  • Deputy President: Kenzy Talab - Mesaieed International School

Historical General Assembly 3 (1995):

  • Head Chair: Zaina Khalil - Doha College

  • Deputy Chair: Fatimah Z. Olukade - Qatar International School

  • Deputy Chair: Amina Hedider - Doha British School

Security Council:

  • President: Ziyad Anwer- International School of London Qatar

  • Deputy President: Mathula Muhundan - Doha College

  • Deputy President: Ilyas Arfaan - Doha College

GA1 (Disarmament & International Security):

  • Head Chair: Agasir Padilla- Dukhan English School

  • Deputy Chair: Anushka Jain - DPS Modern Indian School

  • Deputy Chair: Emel ErdoganDoha College

GA2 (Economic & Financial):

  • Head Chair: Nuhansa Wijesuriya - Park House English School

  • Deputy Chair: Maisie Gilford - Doha College

  • Deputy Chair: Shivom Dhamija - DPS Modern Indian School

GA3 (Social, Humanitarian and Cultural):

  • Head Chair: Adrika Iyer- Park House English School

  • Deputy Chair: Faye Hashim - Doha College

  • Deputy Chair: Ibrahim Al Hatu - Qatar Academy Doha

GA4 (Special Political and Decolonization):

  • Head Chair: Labiba Rahman - International School of London Qatar

  • Deputy Chair: Ashima Mugibur Raghman - Doha College

  • Deputy Chair: Abdulla Babikr - Al Jazeera Academy

GA6 (Legal):

  • Head Chair: Shennon Sequeira - Park House Engish School

  • Deputy Chair: Elena Stafrace - Doha College

  • Deputy Chair: Aayesha Peera - Mesaieed International School

 HRC 1 (Human Rights Commission 1)

  • President: Emad Khan - Doha College

  • Deputy President: Elina Kalmouni - Doha British School
  • Deputy President: Amal Elcharbini - Dukhan English School

 HRC 2 (Human Rights Commission 2):

  • President: Nina Nair - Doha College

  • Deputy President: Yehya Elkhatib - Qatar International School

  • Deputy President: Rawan Abdelhakam - Qatar International School

ECOSOC (Economic and Social Council):

  • President: Enisha Sharma - International School of London Qatar

  • Deputy President: Moustafa Sweihi - Doha College

  • Deputy President: Majed ElKhalifa- Al Jazeera Academy

ILO1 (International Labour Organisation):

  • President: Nahreen Tahmid-Doha College

  • Deputy President: Keeana Marie - Dukhan English School

  • Deputy President: Thomas Freundt - International School of London Qatar

ILO2 (International Labour Organisation):

  • President: Nour Maarouf - Doha College

  • Deputy President: Inas Mohd Amin - Al Khor International School

  • Deputy President: Omar Ahmad - Mesaieed International School

ICJ (International Court of Justice):

  • Head Justice: Nalin Joshi- Doha College

  • Justice: Shreyas Venkatesh - Doha College

DCMUN XII - Issues and Research Reports DCMUN XII - Issues and Research Reports

Issues for DCMUN XII 2019 - ‘Learning From Our Mistakes’

Historical Security Council (1991):

Historical General Assembly 3 (1995):

Security Council:

GA1 (Disarmament & International Security):

GA2 (Economic & Financial):

GA3 (Social, Humanitarian and Cultural):

GA4 (Special Political and Decolonization):

GA6 (Legal):

 HRC 1 (Human Rights Commission 1)

 HRC 2 (Human Rights Commission 2):

ECOSOC (Economic and Social Council):

ILO (International Labour Organisation):

ICJ (International Court of Justice):

 

Guest Speaker DCMUN XII Guest Speaker DCMUN XII

 

His Excellency Mr.Ajay Sharma - UK Ambassador for Qatar

His Excellency Mr. Ajay Sharma has been the British Ambassador to the state of Qatar since November 2015. He also served as the Iran coordinator in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and was in the UK team involved in the Iran Nuclear Deal. Prior to this, he worked in Turkey, Russia and France.

Leah Harding - Journalist for Al Jazeera English 

Leah Harding is an Emmy nominated journalist and senior producer at Al Jazeera English in Doha, Qatar. She speaks Arabic and covers international politics ranging from protests in Cameroon to the ongoing Gulf diplomatic crisis. Formerly, Leah was a presenter on Al Jazeera’s first interactive newshour #AJNewsGrid. Leah has reported from four continents and was the first international correspondent to go live in Ethiopia during the attempted coup in 2019. She also reported from Haiti in the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake. Leah's coverage of local and international news stories has earned her several prestigious honors. She and her team on NewsGrid were nominated for an international news Emmy for their coverage of the ongoing blockade of Qatar. She is also the recipient of two regional Edward R. Murrow awards, three Florida Associated Press Broadcasters awards, two national Hearst Journalism awards, two Society of Professional Journalism awards, and a National Broadcasting Society award. Prior to joining Al Jazeera English in 2015, Leah freelanced for CBS and NBC. She has visited more than 50 countries and has lived in Jordan, Ethiopia, Kenya, and New Zealand. She graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in Telecommunication-News and a minor in Arabic Language and Literature. 

Professor Anthony Grayling

Professor Anthony Grayling is a British philosopher and author. He is famously known for his books ‘The God Argument’ and ‘Ideas That Matter’, along side 30 other books he has written, varying in a range of subjects. Anthony is also, founded and became the first Master of New College of The Humanities in London. Through Anthony’s time in teaching, he was the Professor of Philosophy at Brikbeck, University of London. In company with his teaching experience, he holds a position on the editorial boards of several academic journals. Mr. Grayling has attained a handful of positions, such as the UN Human Rights Council for the International Humanist and Ethical Union.

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