(Group of Twenty)
The G20 is an international forum for the governments and central bank directors of Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, mexico, the Republik of Korea, the Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States and the European Union. It aims to discuss policy pertaining to the promotion of international stability and aims to address issues which go beyond the responsibiities of any one organization. The Summit with the 20 heads of states has been held periodically since 2008. This year, the Summit will take place in Japan.
Number of Delegates: 20 Delegates
Topic A: Implementing the SDG’s best practices in international trade (CBA procedure)
Chair E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ari Karp earned his B.A. in Government, Strategy, and Diplomacy; specializing in Counterterrorism & Homeland Security, and European Studies at the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) in Herzliya. Pursuing a career in International Security, Counterterrorism and Diplomacy, Ari sees Model UN as an amazing outlet through which to experience and gain an outlook in the fields of International Relations, Diplomacy, Negotiations and more. Since beginning his journey in Model UN at the IDC in Herzliya, Ari has become a dedicated member of the Israeli and international MUN scene. He has delegated and chaired at numerous conferences and has served as Head of Finance, External Relations and President of the IDCMUN society, as well as Director of Sponsor Relations for the Israeli Model UN Association (IMUNA). He now serves as the President of IMUNA and looks forward to an incredible year. Ari is Particularly excited to be chairing in The Group of Twenty (G20) in HamMUN 2019 with the incredible Olga Komorowski, where he looks forward to meeting each of you and having an amazing HamMUN conference experience. Come and join the expert level G20, we hear it is set to make HamMUN 2019 one for the ages!
Olga is a political science student at the University of Hamburg. She fell in love with MUN at the age of 16, as it was an activity that combined many of her favourite things including travelling, discussing politics and meeting amazing people. Therefore over the last few years she spent an almost unhealthy amount of time participating in conferences all over the world. HamMUN however always remained the conference closest to her heart and she is beyond excited to chair the G20 at HamMUN 2019!