Staff ReporterTuesday, March 05, 2013 - Islamabad—Roots School System DHA1 campus Islamabad continued with its 5th Roots Model United Nations 2013 committee sessions yesterday with heated debates on global issues says a press release. All the delegates had well prepared the discussions on global current events, international relations, diplomacy, foreign policy and the United Nations schemas. They had well researched the problems at hand. During the world summit for peace committee the major discussions regarding the global issues were of threats of terrorism, how to effectively utilize our resources and work collectively to bring peace and harmony in the world. The committees for Roots Model United Nations this year were Disarmament and International Security (DISEC), United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), Counter-Terrorism Committee (CTC), United Nations Development Group (UNDG), Global Economic Summit (GES), Joint Crisis Cabinet (JCC), International Convention on Peace (ICP), and Suno Ke Main Hun Jawan (SKMHJ).
Ms. Khadija Mushtaq Executive Director Roots School System DHA1 campus Islamabad remarked, “Participation in RMUN requires strong debating skills and an extensive knowledge on the topic under discussion. The topics for the debates were drawn from headlines around the world. The uniqueness of this year’s RMUN was the introduction of a new committee like, “Suno Ke Main Hun Jawan (SKMHJ)” which was purposely created to bring diversity in debating and address essential issues of the youth which are highly important at regional and national levels.” She appreciated the immense talent of all the delegates and the high quality of debate and conflict resolution.
Among the committees, Disarmament and International Security Committee (DISEC) debated on finding ways to facilitate the development of new Nuclear Weapon Free Zones (NFWZs) while at the same time strengthening those that already exist.