the league of arab states

The League of Arab States (LAS) was formed in Cairo in 1945. The organization includes 22 Member States from North Africa, the Horn of Africa and the Middle East. The League's main goal is to draw closer the relations between member States and coordinate the collaboration between them; to safeguard their independence and sovereignty, and to consider in a general way the affairs and interests of the Arab countries.

 

The Committee is an Intermediate level committee, therefore providing you a chance to show the skills you have achieved so far and continue to experience the world of MUN!

 

Topics

  1.  Migration within the Arab world

  2.  Revival of an Arab currency.

Chairs

Miriam Arimond

Miriam is currently working on her PhD thesis in Capital Markets Law at the University of Mannheim after finishing her law degree at University of Cologne with a major in Banking Law. She participated and chaired in several MUNs, the last being LisboMUN in March 2019 and was president of Cologne MUN Society’s board for the past year. She is now UDG PR for Cologne’s own conference and is excited for  TLVMUN. Miriam is also a passionate cook, loves to surf and spending time on the beach.

Ofek Sapir

My name is Ofek Sapir, 26 years old from the city of Haifa, Israel. I am a Political science, International relations & Media studies student at the Open University in Israel. This is my second year in Model UN, and this year I was chosen to be the Head of my society: Open University Model UN. I can't wait to be part of the chairing team in TLVMUN 2019 and I'm sure this will be an amazing conference!

Simone Mostratisi

My name is Simone Mostratisi and it will be my pleasure to serve as vice president of the Arab league Committee at TLVMUN 2019. I am graduating in international relations at the University of Turin, a city in northern italy, and I have just finished my exchange semester as an erasmus student at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. I also have lived in the United States for a while, where I was able to keep practicing languages: I am now fluent in Spanish, English and French. In addition over the past 5 years I took part in several MUNs both around Europe and in the USA, and I have been awarded as best delegate several times. In my MUN experience I have been charging in different simulations in Sarajevo, Madrid, Barcelone and Turin. I simply can not wait to start working with all of you in Tel Aviv!