United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
The United Nations Development Programme acts as the UN’s global development network and has the primary responsibility of supporting countries with sustainable development, democratic governance, and disaster resilience. Currently, the UNDP is working with Member States to fulfil the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) under the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Click here to view your study guide – OXIMUN 2019 UNDP STudy Guide
Introducing your chairs…
Diane is a French student living in London, studying Statistics, Economics and Mandarin at UCL. She is very curious about Asian culture, having lived in Singapore and Shanghai when she was younger.
In her free time, she plays tennis with her university team and is a ski-enthusiast during the winter season. She is passionate about volunteering work in the field of education, including spending a fantastic summer in the mountains of Ladakh in India to help children in need.
She started MUN during her first year at university and has so far attended conferences in Europe including LIMUN and PIMUN. Diane is delighted to co-chair for the UNDP this year at OXIMUN, and is looking forward to meeting everyone of you!
Shubhranshu is a second-year student, reading PPE at The University of Warwick. He’s been doing MUN’s since he was 13 and has been a part of 50+ conferences around the world. He has also presided as a Secretary-General in various MUN’s.
He’s looking forward to joining OxIMUN again this year and witnessing another stellar debate that only ambassadors at OxIMUN embody.