EU Economic and Financial Affairs Council (ECOFIN)

EU Economic and Financial Affairs Council (ECOFIN) The EU ECOFIN, not to be confused with the UN’s ECOFIN, is The Economic and Financial Affairs Council for the European Council. The body is tasked with coordinating the economic policies of member states and converging their interests and performance. Delegates within this committee will be largely responsible for advising their respective delegation positions in committees like the G20 and World Bank as their role within ECOFIN provides them with the direct information necessary to monitor the budgetary policies, economic relations and market developments which define the single currency.Click here to view your study guide - OXIMUN 2019 EU- ECOFIN Introducing your chairs... Michael Webb Michael is a third-year student at the University of Kent studying Politics and International Relations. Unfortunately, he has only been doing MUN for 3 years as his High School back in Essex had no idea what MUN was, so he’s…
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International Chamber of Commerce

International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) The ICC is the world’s largest business organization representing 45 million companies in over 100 countries. Unlike a standard committee defending the interests of nation-states the ICC’s narrative and agenda is defined by the private enterprises which compose its membership. Its member companies and associations main activities are dispute resolution, policy advocacy and rule setting, and due to the direct engagement of members in international business the ICC is seen as having a pivotal role and largely unrivaled authority over the global conduct of private interests. Click here to view your study guides OXIMUN 2019 ICC - Study Guide Introducing your chairs... Gibran Hamrouni Cases Gibran is a second-year Economics student at University of Bristol. He first became involved with MUN in 2017 and has been both a delegate and a chair in conferences across the UK and the Middle East. Gibran is the current president for…
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Organisation of Islamic Collaboration (OIC)

Organisation of Islamic Collaboration (OIC) - Beginner CommitteeEstablished in 1969, the OIC is an international organisation comprising 57 Member States with significant Muslim populations. The OIC seeks to safeguard the interests and well-being of Muslims in the spirit of promoting international peace and harmony. Its work covers a range of fields such as peace and security, science and technology, economy and trade and information and culture – issues previously discussed include the Israel-Palestine conflict, LGBT rights and counter-terrorism. In OxIMUN, the OIC will simulate the Islamic Summit, where policy decisions are taken. OIC Study Guide Topic 1: Re-evaluating Perspectives on LGBT RightsTopic 2: Reconciling and Understanding the Causes of Sunni and Shi'a Divides to Build a Strong Islamic Community Your OIC Chairs Moritz Adam My name is Moritz F. Adam, I am 21 years old and a graduate student of Keble College, Oxford, where I am reading for a Master’s…
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