ASEAN – Intermediate Committee

Established in 1967 with five members, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) now comprises the ten nations of Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam. ASEAN operates on a basis of consultation and consensus in line with the ‘ASEAN’ way, and works on regional coordination and integration in the political, economic, social and environmental areas. The ASEAN Summit convenes the Heads of States/Governments of the 10 Member States.

Topic 1: Reviewing the ASEAN Roadmap for Financial Integration until 2020 and Beyond

Topic 2: Developing a Regional Framework for Sustainable Tourism in ASEAN

Your ASEAN Chairs

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Lukasz Gwodz

I am a 2nd year law student at Magdalen College at the University of Oxford.

As an international student, I have been engaged with MUN conferences for several years. I have acted as a Chair in a variety of committees, ranging from WTO, to HRC, to Security Council. What makes each MUN conference unique are the ideas that emerge from fruitful discussions, when a clash of different opinions and motivations often gives rise to a consensus. I look forward to trying to make the world a better place once again, and to welcoming you all in the marvellous town of Oxford.

Jan Fleischmann

My name is Jan and I am a fifth year law student at Freie Universität in Berlin, Germany. This year’s conference will be my fifteenth MUN conference, my third OxiMUN conference and my second time chairing a committee at OxiMUN. Besides MUN, I love playing music and composing, as well as swimming and kayaking. If “Legal Tech” is a household name for you, definitely do approach me during the conference, I am looking for like-minded people! If you never heard about it, approach me anyway, don’t be shy! I look forward to meeting and getting to know you all, as well as seeing old MUN colleagues again!

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