The Council of the European Union is the upper house of the legislative body of the European Union. The Council is composed by the different Ministers of the European Union, and can take on 10 different configurations depending on the matter in hand. This means that for each different configuration, there will be different Ministers from each member state,Container ie. if the General Affair Council is taking place, delegates will represent the Foreign Minister of their country, whereas if the Agricultural and Fisheries Council is in session, the respective Agricultural Ministers will be represented and so on.
Topic A: Reform of the Common Agricultural Policy
Topic B: Redrafting the Dublin Regulation
Philippe Lefevre is a third year history and politics student currently based in the mad max hellscape that is the UK, specifically York. His MUN experience started with Hammun 2016 and he is very happy to return this year as a chair! Since then he’s been to over 25 conferences from Edinburgh to the Indian subcontinent. With what little time his addiction allows him, he also works alongside the Youth Association for a Greater Europe and various other European groups that allow him to waste his time making friends and having fun.
My name is Attila Nagy and I’m a Hungarian born in Serbia. With international politics and everything that goes along with it got in touch during my internship at the European Parliament in Brussels. I participated in and chaired numerous conferences (MEU, MUN, V4). Beside my passion towards conferences, I also interested in Human and Minority Rights, NGO and International Projects mostly in the area of education. I also worked as an intern and as a translator in numerous Law firms in Hungary and in Serbia as well.
All in all, life isn’t just about work! I consider my self as a Sci-fy fanboy, my bookshelf and my collection of movies will tell you the same. If it’s an outdoor activity, I love photography but exclusively on an analog machine, I love motorbikes and long rides, etc.
It’s an honor to welcome you at Hamburg MUN 2018. November is COMING!