On Sunday 30th April, HEAL Organization has conducted its Fourth HELA-AFMUN Monthly Mini Conference. This time the Conference was focused on the committee of UNODC (United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime), on the topic of: The Question of Human Trafficking and Addressing Migrant Smuggling across the Mediterranean; which was held at Dunya University of Afghanistan by their generous partnership.
The conference was Unique, because it was consist of two committees (English Committee and the first ever Dari Committee in Afghanistan.) So HELA Organization is proud to be having the credit of Dari MUN first and now Dari MUN conference!
The conference started by an Opening ceremony, in which guests from different private and public organs were invited. During the opening Ceremony our respected Keynote Speaker Dr. Ahmad Shah Sangdil (Head of Dunya University in Afghanistan) has spoken about “How youth can make a change” and then followed by him Mr. Rahmatullah Hamdard, CEO & Founder of HELA and Mr. Sulaiman Sulaimankhil Deputy CEO and Co-Founder of HELA have spoken about “How HELA started first, about HELA’s achievements & its future goals”.
HELA team also conducted a pre-training session for all the delegates before the conference, to able them to be a real MUNer in Afghanistan!
Finally the conference was ended by providing the delegates with Certificates, but it’s mentionable that participants will also receive their Digital Certificates very soon, which will able them to start their own MUN club in Afghanistan and HELA organization is ready for any kind of support to be provided to them!
HELA organization is proud to take the first step in the field of MUN in Afghanistan. HELA organization held the first ever MUN security council debate in Afghanistan and provided the opportunity of a very fruitful debate to youth. We realize that Afghanistan is in a very critical situation and specially in term of security. The people of this country experienced almost 4 decades of war and as a result of that today the country is still struggling to reach a stable peace.
We believe in young generation and we are confident that it is impossible to reach stable peace in the country without the engagement of young generation in the strategic issues. Therefor we decided to organize the special security council debate that was dedicated to the situation of Afghanistan and specifically the issue was: (The question of security of Afghanistan).
The conference was a one-day conference and delegates were given a quick training about the security council of the UN and also the procedures of debating in the mentioned council. After the training the delegates started their conference with opening speeches and later on followed the conference with usual procedures of the security council debate.
At the end the delegates formed two resolutions about the topic and none of the resolutions were passes because the delegates used their veto right. The delegates were given certificate of participation at the end.
By: Sulaiman Sulaimankhil, Co-founder and deputy CEO