Human Rights Council
Chloe Hui (SASPD)
Welcome to SHASMUN IX! My name is Chloe Hui and it is my honor to serve as your president in the Human Rights Council. I first started my MUN career in 6th grade and since then, I’ve had the pleasure of attending 15 conference both regionally and internationally. The MUN community holds an important place in my heart as it is a place where delegates are able to invoke positive changes in our world while creating lifelong friendships. Along with Aileen and Sophia, I hope to create an encouraging atmosphere that makes positive and constructive debate possible. With that being said, I wish you all the very best and I’m looking forward to meeting all of you in November!
Rayyan Rasheed (CISS)
Greetings esteemed directors, fellow student officers, and distinguished delegates,
My name is Rayyan Rasheed and I am honored to serve as the Deputy President of the Historical Security Council. In my four years as a delegate, I had the privilege of participating in around seven different conferences, which opened my eyes to the collaborative and passionate world of MUN. In an era marked with rapid globalization and interconnectedness, I think it is crucial that we are politically aware of our intricate surroundings. I firmly believe that MUN is a platform that enables us to channel our opinions as knowledgable citizens of the world. As the next generation, it is our job to fight for equality, propose changes to the social order, and question our government’s innate motives. Through cooperation and constructive debate, I hope we can find feasible solutions to the myriad of issues plaguing our multifaceted world. I look forward to seeing everyone in November for a fruitful and insightful debate at SHASMUN IX.
Norman Wang (SAS Pudong)
Distinguished directors, student officers, and delegates,
My name is Norman Wang and it is my utmost honour to take part of this journey as your Deputy President of the Human Rights Committee of SHASMUN IX ''The Butterfly Effect.'' For each SHASMUN conferences that I attended before, I have always learned something out of it. For this year, I hope that you can learn something new out of the conference as well.
I hope through discussions and debates in the HRC, we can brain storm innovative solutions to adapt to the different problems faced by people accross the world, to address issues on human rights, and to make a difference in their lives.
In this unique, conflicted, and rapid changing period, it is important that we use the resources that we are given to help people that are less privileged than us. I look forward for us to meet this November to discuss the issues. Welcome to SHASMUN IX!