As part of an international Delegation, Nouman Saeed visited the Conference “Future We Want Model United Nations (FWWMUN)” which was held from 8 – 11 March 2018, at United Nations Headquarters in New York, United States of America.
The main goal of this conference was involving and empowering the youth on the Sustainable Development Goals and ensuring the effective implementation and execution of the Sustainable Development Goals at local and regional level.
"I was humbled to accept the invitation from the United Nations (UN) and got a chance to make my university proud by getting selected as a Delegate", Nouman Saeed says. "It was an honor for me to represent my university in United Nations Conference at a student level."
FWWMUN, United Nations Headquarters, New York, U.S.A
FWWMUN was organized by the Italian Diplomatic Academy where more than 2000 students were participating as Delegations from more than 180 countries. FWWMUN conference was the first global initiative forum for young leaders around the globe, to debate, to negotiate, and to simulate the global issues such as peace and security, climate change, sustainable development, human rights, disarmament, terrorism, humanitarian and health emergencies, gender equality, governance, food production, and more. The main goal of this conference was involving and empowering the youth on the Sustainable Development Goals and ensuring the effective implementation and execution of the SDG at local and regional level.
The UN also provided the students a forum to all Delegations to express their views in the General Assembly, and the Security Council, throughout the weekend. UN gave them an opportunity to work together with the Delegations from different countries and debating on the issues directly taken from UN agenda.
Concluding from FWWMUN 2018
Together with the Delegation from United States of America, Ms. Shazia Kaurejo and along with the Delegations from Philippines, Albania, Italy, Pakistan, Austria, Bangladesh, India, and Iran, proposed a concluded resolution on the Criminal Accountability to the United Nations Secretariat. Additionally, a motion was also passed by the Delegations from Pakistan, Austria, and United States of America on the title “Countering Transitional Organized Crime”.
"Special thanks to Carinthia University of Applied Sciences (CÙAS) to give me such a golden opportunity. It was a lifetime diplomacy experience to feel the real-time pressure of resolutions to ongoing International Crisis & achievement processes of Sustainable Development Goals2030."