The Threat of Global Warming: Regulating the Exploitation of Pollutants and Non-renewable Energies.
Enforcing peACE in Maghreb: Finding a solution to the Maghreb Uprising.
Justice for Indian Muslims: A Solution to Religious Persecution.
Yuchan Choi is a chair for this year's security council. He is currently a senior at the American School of Barcelona. Born in Seoul, South Korea, he lived in several different countries throughout his life, such as Venezuela, Bolivia, Hong Kong, and Spain. Being born into a South Korean diplomat family, he was exposed to a myriad of diplomatic conducts ever since he was little. This is one of the many reasons that led Yuchan to start participating in MUN conferences when he moved to Barcelona as a sophomore. Since then, he participated in 3 conferences as a delegate, but despite his limited experience in conferences, Yuchan has learned and improved not only as a MUN delegate but also as a public speaker. He is very excited to what the position of a chair has to offer. He hopes that he can utilize aspects from his arsenal of different activities and leadership positions to make him a better chair. Yuchan strongly believes that through MUN, students can learn indispensable skills, such as public speaking, civil discussions, research skills, and quick thinking through the fruitful and often entertaining MUN process. He is more than honored to be part of the BCNMUN 2020 conference, and cannot wait to see the delegates’ hard work come to lively-debate-fruition in the conference!
Ruben Moreno is a chair for the Security Council for BCNMUN 2020. He was born in Barcelona and has lived there since. He is currently a senior student in the American School of Barcelona. He is particularly passionate about math and science, and is a hobbyist runner. He began taking MUN in 9th grade, wanting to improve his public speaking skills, and extend his global awareness. Since then, he has attended 6 conferences in Barcelona as a delegate. This will be his first conference as a chair. He believes MUN offers people a great opportunity for students to develop their soft skills as well as their understanding of global issues while engaging in an enjoyable debate.
Adrian Crespo is a chair for the Security Council and a senior at the American School of Barcelona. Born and raised in Barcelona, he fluently speaks Spanish, Catalan, and English. He has participated in 8 conferences as a delegate, all in Barcelona except for two in Lisbon (IMUN) and one in St. Petersburg (SPIMUN). Adrian is passionate about MUN as it gives students a chance to learn and understand how international relations work, and how politics work. He has had a lot of fun through his last 3 years as a delegate and now wishes to extend his horizons by chairing BCNMUN. He wishes to create an appropriate but fun environment in his committee and hopes that all his delegates enjoy the conference and MUN as much as he does.