Security Council 2021 (ONLINE)

Enforcing international humanitarian law during wartime

Due to countless atrocities committed during wars of the early 20th century, the community of states has created a series of legally binding documents collectively known as International Humanitarian Law (IHL). However, even nowadays war crimes against innocent civilians often go unpunished. It is up to the Security Council members to hold the perpetrators accountable for their actions and improve the enforcement of IHL during wartime in future.

Martin Rožka

Hey! My name is Martin Rožka, and I’m a senior high school student in Bratislava. Ever since I experienced the highest-level debates, dramatic negotiations and never-ending fun, my passion for Model UN have never faltered. I have several MUN conferences under my tally, most of them as a delegate, but also a few chairing experiences and I have even organised our own MUN with my peers. Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to attend ZaMUN yet, but I believe that the 2021 version will top all previous ones, and I sincerely hope I will also be a part of making your experience with MUNs the best it could be.

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