Washington, D.C. 2022 Archive

Diplomacy in the D.C. Corridor

Over 850 university students from around the world joined us in Washington, D.C. to discuss issues at the forefront of international relations. NMUN•DC 2022 offered eight simulated UN committees utilizing procedural rules developed with UNITAR. The conference featured smaller committee sizes than our New York conference, a crisis simulation in the Security Council, and keynote speeches by distinguished speakers, who graciously answered questions from students. Delegations arranged briefings at nearby embassies and took advantage of the D.C. area by visiting national museums and monuments.

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Commission for Social Development (CSocD)

  1. Addressing the Global Housing Crisis
  2. Leveraging Sport for Social Development

Economic and Social Council Plenary (ECOSOC)

  1. Fostering Inclusive and Sustainable Economic Growth
  2. Addressing Economic Inequalities and Global Humanitarian Needs

General Assembly First Committee (GA1)

  1. Addressing the Use of Chemical and Biological Weapons
  2. The Relationship between Disarmament and Development

General Assembly Second Committee (GA2)

  1. Addressing International Migration and Development
  2. The Promotion of Information and Communications Technologies for Sustainable Development

Human Rights Council (HRC)

  1. Addressing the Human Rights of Indigenous Peoples
  2. The Rights of Those Displaced Due to Climate Change

Security Council (SC)

  1. Women, Peace, and Security
  2. The Situation in Afghanistan

United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA)

  1. Protecting and Restoring Marine Habitats
  2. Incorporating Nature-Based Solutions to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals

World Health Assembly (WHA)

  1. Addressing Global Vaccine Distribution Disparities
  2. Improving Mental Health Access and Resources

Volunteer Leadership

Adam Wolf
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Adam works as a Communications Officer for The HALO Trust, the world's largest humanitarian landmine clearance NGO. A native of Wisconsin, Adam earned his Bachelors in International Studies at the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh. He currently lives in Washington, DC, where he is an active member of the United Nations Association of the National Capital Area. Adam spent seven years volunteering with NMUN•DC and five years at NMUN•NY.