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United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC)

AIPP or the All India Political Party Meet is a non-technical but powerful committee. It is a meeting between all the political parties of the nation. Typically called before the session of the Parliament or before the introduction of a bill, this committee aims to arrive at a consensus before the sessions begin.

It is a supplementary body to the Parliament without any legislative provisions. The purpose of the meetings was initially to be a forum for unbounded political debate which may not be allowed in Parliament due to time constraints but these bodies now aid in providing a better insight into national issues. They help provide a diverse viewpoint before the actual legislative process.

Dear Delegates,

It is my honour and privilege to welcome you to the 10th edition of VIBGYORMUN, which has always been one of the premier conferences of our country and I am elated to be a part of it.
As your Co-Chair of UNHRC, I see MUNs as considerable learning opportunities and catalysts for the development of young adults. They enable young adults to think critically and simultaneously authorise delegates to develop leadership skills, communication skills, and friendships, within and outside the committee room.

I am fascinated by economics and have intriguing views on various socio-economic topics. Outside the realm of Model United Nations, I also enjoy listening to 80s and 90s music and in my free time you will find me playing the guitar.

I love working with first-time MUNners and introducing them to this spirited world of MUNs so feel free to approach me with any queries throughout the MUN. I will ensure fruitful debate in committee that will enable delegates to think from different perspectives and have more open-minded views.

I look forward to involvement and pertinent input from all delegates at the 10th edition of Vibgyor Mun.

Shivyaa Kumar
Co-Chair
UNHRC
[email protected]

Dear Delegates,
These are my last few months in the country before I relocate abroad to pursue my higher education.
If you were to ask me what I would miss the most, among a few other things, it would be the culture of MUNing and debating that has supported my growth throughout the past six years.
I am pursuing engineering and economics at an undergraduate level but I promise not to bore you with my fascinations unless you disrupt committee. I am also a theatre enthusiast. Thus, our committee sessions maybe a little dramatic, but no promises. Two things I am not very great at but I do it regardless are singing and cracking jokes; the latter you can guess by reading this write-up.
But for the delegates who would like to get a clearer picture of who I really am, I would like to say, I’m just like you. I am someone who not just enjoys these deliberations about the burning issues in the world, but also enjoys the small moments in life. I hope I do a good job moderating, guiding and supporting you through the four days of the conference.

Varun Nair
Chair
UNHRC
[email protected]