RPMUN delegates returned to their homeland taking part in THAIMUN, Bangkok

Reliance Public School represents Nepal in International Forum


Twelve students with three advisers and a vetter of Reliance Public School, representing Nepal, returned to their homeland after their successful delegation in Thailand Model United Nations, an academic simulation of United Nations General Assembly that was held on 31st March till 2nd April, 2018 in the capital city of Thailand, Bangkok. The conference, held at Concordian International School, was attended by three hundred delegates of fourteen different countries. The U.S based model United Nations had been a newer practice and approach to the students to deal with several of the prominent global issues as it sought impromptus research and debate into the committees designed for the practice of negotiation, diplomacy and dispute resolve in a structured pattern. The director of the conference who had been one of the pioneers in bringing up international practice of Model United Nations in Thailand since the last fifteen years, John Wood, having a meeting with the vetters and faculty advisers of the conference declared the conclusion of the conference with a consent of organizing its sixth edition in 2019 in the same venue.  

Dr. Thitinan Pongsudhirak, Director of the Institute of Security and International Studies (ISIS) and Associate Professor of International Political Economy at the Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok had delivered his key notes during the opening of the conference. The conference that had begun with the gavel presentation to committee chairs by Dr. Thitinan was arranged in eleven different committees where the issues like gun ownership, restriction and regulation, Egyptian attack on the Israeli-Occupied Sinai Desert (October 1973), identifying and responding to nations sponsoring terrorism, protection of members of the LGBT community, pursuit of negotiations leading to nuclear non-proliferation and eventual disarmament etc, were debated and the resolutions on those were promulgated.