Future We Want Model of United Nations

  • The Future We Want Model of United Nations (“FWWMUN”) is inspired by the Rio+20 Resolution of 2012 and is committed to promoting a united international community, a better future, and a more sustainable world by achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).

    The FWWMUN has identified 10 targets of the 17 SDGs as key areas related to youth and education to guide the work of this organization.

    The FWWMUN takes place at the UN facilities based in New York City, United States.

  • In 2018, through the Secretary General of UADYMUN, for the first time a delegation of 12 students from the Autonomous University of Yucatán, applied and obtained the scholarship to participate in the FWWMUN.

    This delegation arrives in New York City, United States, prepared with great expectations; having the first aproach with this Model.

  • Based on the first experience, in 2019, the Organizing Committee of UADYMUN elaborates a selection process for delegates who have participated in this model.

    Once the best candidates had been selected, the Organizing Committee makes up a delegation of 19 Yucatecan students who would apply to obtain the scholarship to participate in the FWWMUN 2019 and at the same time begin the process of preparing them; it is in this edition that the Yucatecan delegation obtains the following recognitions:

     

    Comité Participantes Reconocimiento
    World Health Assembly Alejandra Elizabeth Mejia Palma Best Delegate
    Disarment and International Security Committee Ian Damir Barrueta Roca y Thamara Dalel Tenorio Lopez Honorable Mention
    Disarment and International Security Committee Yordi Mauricio Camino Rios y Rafael Lope Herrera Honorable Mention
    Economic and Financial Committee Ana Laura Moreno Mendez y Cristina Cámara Solís Honorable Mention
    United Nations Environmental Assembly Lucelly Aimé Ordaz Molina y Jorge Ávila Torre Best National Report
  • In 2020, the Organizing Committee of UADYMUN once again carries out the selection process for delegates. The selected people formed a delegation of 10 students who prepared hard, thus achieving that the entire delegation returned to Mexico victorious, obtaining the following recognitions:

     

    Comité Participantes Reconocimiento
    Commission on the status of Woman Émilie Paula Brulé Aldana y Pamela Gasque Herrera Diplomacy Award
    World Health Assembly Aimeé Jocelyn Galera Delgado y Cristina Denis Burgos Diplomacy Award
    World Health Assembly Silvia Elvira Esquivel Canul y Andrea Elizabeth Rosado Hernández Diplomacy Award
    High level political fórum (ECOSOC) Lilia Mariela Magaña Ávila y Diego Eduardo Moreno Juanqui Honorable Mention
    World Health Assembly Mirna Edith Peraza Estrella y Mariana Guerrero Pasos Honorable Mention
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