UPMUNC planning and preparation – professional indeed
Discussing procedures and pizza toppings
Yes… it’s all about Peace!
Amr – the Academic rector, Adriana – the UPMUNC Secretary General and the Iranian Professor Reza Eslami
The Embassy of the Netherlands provided the wine for the Diplomatic Reception and we had several embassadors show up
My fellow chair Ana and great supporter Tonieh
Karen – all the way from Mexico for UPMUNC
On the way home after the Diplomatic Reception
Esthee was kidnapped by some crazy wanna-be-Bangladeshi Canadian (Icelandic speaking breakdancer)
so we accepted their kind offer of a tea party at the Pakistani headquarters
After missing the Diplomatic Reception, Afghanistan joined in the UPMUNC with full force
The Peacebuilding Commission
Varghese (India) was representing Pakistan while Usman (Pakistan) was representing India. Strangely, a little out of character… Pakistan suggested dedicating the session to Gandhi and having a two minute silence in his honor… later we would have all sorts of religious and other “culturally sensitive” motions
The Bangladeshi, Japanese and Italian representatives discussing the breaking news of a hostage situation in Afghanistan
France cooperating with the Afghani government
Germany coordinating the action
The USA and UK secretly plotting Afghanistan’s destiny
Norway and China united over Afghanistan
Bangladesh expressing himself to no avail – it would be an international intervention not an Islamic one
UPEACE professors support poppy farmers in Afghanistan!
The professors engaged in a loud and aggressive protest before being physically removed by UPEACE Security guards on the orders of the UPMUNC Secretary General
Adriana, the UPMUNC Secretary General, notifying the Peacebuilding Commission that some 3000 US soldiers had left US command forming a rebel force with Afghani forces and trying to safe the hostages from the Talibans who were trying to flee to Pakistan… later we had a videoconference with Leutinant Patterson who announced that they had all the helicopters, weaponary and information necessary to independently undertake this mission and that they were doing it because the Peacebuilding Commission still had not been able to create peace in Afghanistan. Things were getting a little surreal and absurd…
The BBC reporter faithfully reported on the Committee’s activities…
while CNN in an exclusive interview with Leutinant Patterson somehow understood that Patterson was in Afghanistan trying to safe his mother… never trust CNN – they love drama!
The Afghani, Pakistani and US delegates preparing to report to the Security Council on how to create peace in Afghanistan, stop Patterson and safe the hostages.
Of course peace was created in Afghanistan in the end to the Afghani government’s great satisfaction
Some of the Peacebuilding Commission Delegates
Some of the organizers
The way home
Paul and Oscar