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FROM THE DESK OF DIRECTOR

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Dr. Saroj Suman Gulati

Dear Valued Readers

 

To quote the words of Mr. Dinesh Paliwal, “ Collaboration is the  key part of the success of any organization, executed through a clearly defined vision and mission.” The pressing issue facing all organizations of the  world today is to sincerely work towards upholding sustainable development goals for the harmonious sustenance of all species on earth. The irony of all human  efforts towards environmental degradation however is that someone else will save it and thus we are not able to achieve the desired results because we do not believe in collaborating and corroborating in devising corrective measures towards achieving sustainable development goals.

 

With the adoption  of  the 2030  Agenda  for  Sustainable Development and  the  17  Sustainable

Development Goals (SDGs) by the United Nations in 2015, it no doubt marked a watershed moment in the global journey towards a more equitable and prosperous future. It was collectively and conscientiously accepted that achieving these ambitious objectives requires a coordinated and collaborative effort from all stakeholders, including governments, civil society organizations, the private sector, and individuals.

 

Multilateral cooperation is thus  fundamental to making progress towards the SDGs as it enables countries  to  work  together  to  address  transnational  challenges  and  share  knowledge, expertise, and resources. Multilateralism also facilitates the development of global norms and  standards,  which  can  help to  level  the playing  field and  promote fair  competition.

Furthermore, multilateral cooperation. can enhance the accountability and effectiveness of sustainable  development  efforts,  as  countries  can  jointly  monitor  and  review  progress towards the SDGs. The need for all stakeholders is to realize that in the face of the increasing global challenges, multilateral cooperation has become a crucial tool for addressing sustainable development issues like climate change, poverty, inequality and environmental degradation. By working together , nations can leverage each other’s strengths and compensate for weaknesses resulting in more comprehensive and resilient solutions. It can also help in bridging the gap between developed and developing countries promoting sustainable development and reducing inequality. By providing technical assistance, capacity building programmes and financial assistance developed countries can help to empower developing countries to address their specific challenges and achieve their sustainable development goals.

 

The issue definitely requires a lot of deliberation and transitions at the policy level. Initiating the theme of ‘Collaborative multilateralism towards  Sustainable world order’ as the theme of BBIMUN- 2024 is deeply appreciable and highly commendable as it is the youngsters who can emerge as the real ambassadors of change and by exploiting such common platforms drive home the message that only through collective action, can nations  promote sustainable development, reduce inequality, and improve global governance, ultimately creating a more secure and prosperous future for all.

 

I wish the venture the best of success. My sincerest blessings to all my eco-warriors.

 

Dr. Saroj Suman Gulati

Director

Blue Bells Group of Schools

 

FROM THE DESK OF CHARGE D’AFFAIRES

Charge D’Affaires
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Mrs. Alka Singh

Dear Delegates,

 

We welcome you to the 9th edition of the Blue Bells International Model United Nations (BBIMUN). Since its inception in 2016, BBIMUN has been dedicated to providing an exceptional MUN experience, marked by dynamic committees and robust debates. These interactions ignite curiosity and compassion in our delegates, fostering a deeper understanding of global issues and the collaborative spirit needed to address them.


As we celebrate this milestone, our theme, "Blue Bells stands for Collaborative Multilateralism towards a Sustainable World Order," underscores our commitment to nurturing a new generation of leaders who prioritize cooperation and sustainability.

We invite you all to be the changemakers, to collaborate and create a new sustainable world order by being a part of BBIMUN24

 

Through the participation of delegates from around the globe, we aim to create a significant impact, encouraging innovative solutions and forging lasting partnerships that transcend borders. BBIMUN is not just an event; it is a platform where ideas converge, and young minds are empowered to drive positive change.

 

Together, let us shape a future where collaborative multilateralism is the cornerstone of a sustainable world order. 

#LETSCREATEIMPACT by being a part of this transformative journey.

 

ALKA SINGH

CHARGE’ D’ AFFAIRES

BBIMUN

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Mr. Yogesh Sharma

I am glad to be a part of this conference of BBIMUN'24 , which has a dynamic and contemporary subject -

Multilateral cooperation is fundamental to making progress towards the SDGs.

I hope It would enable countries  to  work  together  to  address  transnational  challenges  and  share  knowledge, expertise, and resources. Multilateralism also facilitates the development of global norms and  standards,  which  can  help to  level  the playing  field and  promote fair  competition. Furthermore, multilateral cooperation can enhance the accountability and effectiveness of sustainable  development  efforts,  as  countries  can  jointly  monitor  and  review  progress towards the SDGs. Multilateral cooperation is an essential tool for addressing the complex global issues of our time,  including  climate  change,  poverty,  inequality,  and  environmental  degradation. Through collective action, countries can pool their resources, expertise, and knowledge to develop and implement effective solutions to these challenges.

I hope the conference will surely try to find out the most feasible and acceptable solutions to the challenges

All the best participants.

 

Warm Regards

Yogesh Sharma

Chef De Cabinet

FROM THE DESK OF CHEF DE CABINET

De Cabinet

FROM THE DESK OF THE The Senior Advisor

Advisor

"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much." – Helen Keller

Dear Delegates,

Greetings of the day!

 

I am honored and delighted to welcome you to the BBIMUN 2024 conference. This year's theme, "Blue Bells stands for Collaborative Multilateralism towards a Sustainable World Order," underscores our collective responsibility to foster a world where cooperation and sustainability are at the forefront of our global agenda. 
In an era marked by complex challenges such as climate change, economic disparity, and social injustice, the importance of multilateral collaboration cannot be overstated.

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Mr. Mudit Marwah

Our theme highlights the necessity of nations working together to create a sustainable and equitable future. Through your participation, you will delve into critical discussions and innovative solutions that can drive meaningful change.

I encourage each of you to engage deeply, think creatively, and collaborate effectively. Your contributions today will shape the policies of tomorrow, paving the way for a sustainable world order.

Sincerely,

 

Mudit Marwah

Senior Advisor

Ms. Mannat Arora

FROM THE DESK OF THE SECRETARIAT

“What lies behind you and what lies in front of you, pales in comparison to what lies within you”

-Ralph Waldo Emerson

 

We speak to you as the future leaders that we at BBIMUN envision you to be.

We ask you to take on a challenge that the world faces - a challenge that can ruin us, or can unveil to us a world that belongs to everyone equally. What we are doing today is pushing the world to the brink of disaster. Climatic shifts due to carbon emissions are creating hazards that our next generation will have to suffer. Wars and conflicts are being fought over resources that no one owns, but every country wants to control. Millions of lives are either lost or gravely affected by the consequences of our actions we don’t fully understand or choose to ignore. When we don’t feel the tremors of earthquakes and the wrath of tsunamis and cyclones that devastate livelihoods and entire populations, we witness rights of human beings being violated because of their gender, age, caste, creed and religion. Poverty and disease condemn entire populations into perpetual purgatory. Our rivers dry up, glaciers melt, global temperature rises as more and more people struggle to survive on the same resources each day. Even within the cocoon of cities, our children suffocate due to the air clogged with pollution, let alone those who are displaced and left to live the rest of their lives in darkness in refugee camps and tents. The world is not safe, and we must take action to mitigate these dangers and prevent them from worsening.

We decided to base this conference around the central theme of Sustainable Economic Growth and Social Equity with the aim to bring the theme to various stakeholders involved in global action. Through the simulation of different committees at BBIMUN, we enable our young leaders to discuss, deliberate, negotiate and resolve sustainability concerns at the international, regional, national and local level. Through these eleven platforms we have designed, we aim to sensitize ourselves and our peers about recognizing the need for a sustainable and more equitable future, so we can chart one out for ourselves.
 

We urge all participants to plunge into their research, take copious notes, ask themselves questions and soak in as much as they can. We urge them to do this until their head hurts, because it will lighten soon enough when they hear the entire hall clapping in celebration on the second day. But, above all, we encourage them to study, because that is at the heart of it all. Nothing can stop someone who resolves to never stop learning. Failure appears to be another opportunity to learn something new, while success appears to be only certification, as one becomes both a student and a teacher to themselves. That is what leaders are built of, and we think that every Delegate at BBIMUN 2023 is capable of becoming one.

So let’s join our hands and be a global citizen, act with passion & compassion. Help us make this world more equitable and more sustainable today and for future generations that will follow us. That is our moral responsibility.

We look forward to hosting you this October!

 

Regards

The Secretariat

FROM THE DESK OF THE SECRETARY GENERAL 

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Ms. Krisha Gupta

Dear Delegates,

 

As I pen down this message to you, I feel a sense of profound contentment and thrill as I once again invite you to witness the Blue Bells International Model United Nations 2024 after the mega-successful previous edition, hosting over 900 delegates from across the country and abroad.

 

This conference is not just a mere academic simulation, but an experiential simulation, a chance to network and interact with young changemakers from all walks of life. We at Blue Bells firmly believe in providing our delegates with the utmost warmth, hospitality and an incredible learning opportunity, with innovatively and carefully handpicked agendas and committees, facilitated by the best in class Executive Board members, at your disposal.

 

I have been deeply impacted and transformed by the institution of Model UN, which has taught me to be confident, dynamic, spontaneous and solution-oriented. I wish that you all go leaps and bounds in your journeys through this experience.

 

This year we have pledged to advocate for ‘Collaborative Multilateralism towards a Sustainable World Order’, a pressing need in a time of persistent polarisation and war. We are at a historic juncture in humanity where our next few actions will determine the fate of future generations. The leaders and diplomats of tomorrow need to put their heads together, and with a guarantee of not economically backstabbing each other, devise international policies, norms and guidelines that are respected by all nations to restrict unsustainable economic activities.

 

I sincerely hope all of you will make the best out of this experience, and make connections for a lifetime at this gala affair!

 

Sincerely

Armaan Sareen

Secretary General

BBIMUN’24

FROM THE DESK OF THE DEPUTY SECRETARY GENERAL 

“Dream no small dreams, for they have no power to move the hearts of man." — Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

 

I vividly remember being inducted into the world of BBIMUN last year, trying to hold on to every bit of the magic it creates. Every year for two days we see students from all across the globe bringing forth Ideas and propositions that not even our world leaders could think of.

When I became a part of the secretariat for BBIMUN 2023, I understood that here at Blue Bells International Model United Nations, we strive to work past just debating and delivering speeches but also giving our delegates a safe space for creating memories, gaining mentors, and receiving an abundance of learning.MUNs are a simulation of the United Nations and were created to foster learning and prepare our youth to become our future changemakers.

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Mr. Armaan Sareen

Students have the ability to look beyond just the problem, they view the problem from all dimensions and have an inexplicable belief in their ability to unlock the quest for all their solutions, that is why every year at Blue Bells we engage in themes that make room for real-time debates on policy changes, loopholes in our governance and highlights the exciting future of our world.

 

On this note, I welcome you to the 9th edition of Blue Bells International Model United Nations, we hope to serve you with utmost diligence and offer you the best of learning,

 

Remember, every delegate is a changemaker, each one of you has arrived and has arrived to change our world.

 

May the power of the cosmos guide you

 

Warm Regards

Srishti Sanjay

Deputy Secretary General

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Deputy Secretary
SECRETARIATE

FROM THE DESK OF THE MUN COORDINATOR

COORDINATOR

“Sustainable development is the peace policy of the future.”

As we gather for the highly anticipated Blue Bells International Model United Nations (BBIMUN) Edition 9.0, we stand at the crossroads of history, where the need for collaborative multilateralism has never been more urgent. Our theme, 'Blue Bells stands for Collaborative Multilateralism towards a Sustainable World Order,' is a clarion call for all delegates to embrace the essence of unity and cooperation in addressing the pressing global challenges of our time.

 

In this forum, we will explore innovative solutions, foster meaningful dialogues, and build bridges across cultures and ideologies. Your participation is not just a testament to your commitment to global peace and development but also a powerful reminder that our collective actions can pave the way for a sustainable future. 

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Ms. Manisha Singh

As delegates, you have the unique opportunity to shape policies that transcend borders, ensuring that our pursuit of progress does not compromise the needs of future generations. Let us work together, inspired by the spirit of collaborative multilateralism, to forge a world where sustainable development and peace are inextricably linked. Welcome to BBIMUN 9.0, where your ideas and initiatives will contribute to a brighter, more sustainable world order.

 

Best regards,

Manisha Singh

BBIMUN Coordinator

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