UNHRC

ABOUT UNHRC

United Nations Human Rights Council was established in 2006 as the successor of the UN Commission on Human Rights. The UNHRC addresses mostly the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and occasionally other rights-related situations in similar countries. The council also focuses on important thematic human rights issues such as freedom of association and assembly, freedom of expression, freedom of belief and religion, women's rights, LGBT rights, and the rights of racial and ethnic minorities. For further information, go to: http://www.ohchr.org/

BIMUN ESADE 2020 TOPICS

Topic 1: 

A step further into LGBT Rights. Which strategy can be followed to reach universal acceptance

Topic 2: 

Brainwashing into terrorism or the consequences of the lack of integration within western societies
UNHRC CHAIRS

Demir Çaka

Demir Çaka attends Saint Joseph High school in Istanbul. He was born in Turkey and has lived there ever since. He has three years of MUN experience both as a delegate and a chair and he has attended conferences like THIMUN in The Hague and SAIMUN in Dublin. Other than MUN, Demir is passionate about politics and history.  He is excited to be the chair of the UNHRC and hopes to see debates about the solutions to the many issues that we face today.

Giovanna Lisuardi

Giovanna Lisuardi is currently a junior attending the Benjamin Franklin International School, in Barcelona, Spain, in her first year of the International Baccalaureate program. Indonesian, but born in China, she has lived in numerous cities in Asia and this would now be her fourth year in Barcelona. Having started MUN in 6th grade, and along the way having attended large-scale international conferences such as Dulwich International MUN (2016), THIMUN Singapore (2016), NMUN (2017), and THIMUN Qatar (2018), this will be the 15th international conference that she will be participating in. Throughout this time, she has represented a large spectrum of countries with the most notable ones being the United Kingdom and the Russian Federation in CWMUN 2017 and 2018 where she was awarded Best Delegate. This upcoming BIMUN conference will be her fourth time chairing. She greatly looks forward to serving as the Chair of the first topic of the Human Rights Council, and hopes that fruitful and efficient debate will be achieved.