Next MUNA conference:
February 6, 7 & 8, 2019

A conference that cares


  • Larisa Wedel Deputy-Chair
  • Tobias de Jong Chair


  • Thirze Drabbels Israel
  • Akke van den Born Iran
  • Maria Lidman Fransson Finland
  • Isha Moharir Nigeria
  • Ilya Guriev-Nayak Iraq
  • Annabel Richel Bhutan
  • Jeongwoon Lee Egypt
  • Ferdusbanu Allakova Mozambique
  • Luuk van Weelden Democratic People's Republic of Korea
  • Kim Wiegand Australia
  • Azam Jahangier Syria
  • Mitra Bamdad Mexico
  • Valentina Boxma Favaron Italy
  • Jikke Rog India
  • Alberto Bernardos Germany
  • Nicole Renes South Africa
  • Boris Ruijtenbeek United States of America
  • Fleur Smit France
  • Maike Haarman Belgium
  • Sara Fernández Kenya
  • Carmen Escobar Venezuela
  • Jenseney Vicario Pakistan
  • Anaelle Clero Republic of Moldova
  • Imogen Gazzard China
  • Loredana Lutzu Libya
  • Jonathan Tavenier United Kingdom
  • Blerand Kelmendi Saudi Arabia
  • Celine Wiedemann Russian Federation
  • Marie Weis Thailand
  • Elena Konz Brazil
Back to all main bodies

GA 2: Human Rights

The Human Rights Council is an intergovernmental body within the UN system made up of 47 States responsible for strengthening the promotion and protection of human rights around the globe. At MUNA the Human Rights Council operates as one of the General Assembly committees so that the delegates are challenged to join the discussions in the General Assembly. Another difference is that all Permanent Member countries of the Security Council are present in the MUNA GA 2 which is not the case with the real Human Rights Council. The weblink refers to the Human Rights Council.

FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

  • The question of improving the rights of both mentally and physically disabled prisoners

    There are no questions for this issue.

  • The question of protecting unaccompanied refugee and migrant children from exploitation and violence

    There are no questions for this issue.

  • The question of preventing, combating and punishing trafficking in human organs

    There are no questions for this issue.

Ask your chair

The country you represent