In 2015, United Nations Youth and students Association of Bangladesh (UNYSAB) in association with Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) opened its door to yet another set of meticulous minds to the second edition of Bangladesh International Model United Nations (BIMUN), with the theme of “Climate Change and Sustainable Future”.
To recognise the space for the views of next generation diplomats on contemporary global issues, the resolutions impending from BIMUN 2015 conference was merged with the country position paper of Ministry of Foreign Affair’s presentation in the COP21 conference, held in the framework of United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) at Paris. Eight diligent committees with unique agendas apropos of the theme “Climate Change and Sustainable Future” will conciliate for four days which came up with successful consensuses.
It served as a platform for the youth of Bangladesh to generate ideas for solving issues of global importance. National and International delegates from diverse regions engaged in intense debate sessions over the course of four days. The conference was held at Pan Pacific Sonargaon, Dhaka.