Harvard WorldMUN 2011

WorldMUN Delegation of 2011

14 March to 18 March 2011 in Singapore.

Country represented

Republic of Mauritius


Name Committee Description
Clelia Minnetian Social, Cultural, and Humanitarian Committee (SOCHUM) Clelia Minnetian, born in 1989 in Lucerne (Switzerland), has been living in Essen since the summer of 2008. She is studying political science at the University of Duisburg-Essen in her 5th semester. Her core themes are political theories and comparative politics. Because of her focus on different political systems and international politics, Clelia joined DuEMUN e. V. this year and is taking part at the WorldMUN in Singapore for the first time.
Robin Wilharm Disarmament and International Security Committee (DISEC) Robin Wilharm was born in Hannover, Germany in 1987. He has been living in Duisburg since 2008 where he studies Political Science at the University of Duisburg-Essen. He is now in his fifth semester. Although his main interest lies in national party and university politics, he has greatly enjoyed participating in MUNs and is therefore a member of DuEMUN e.V.  Robin gained his first experience as a representative of the United Kingdom in the Security Council at DuEMUN V in Duisburg, represented China in the IAEA as a member of the NMUN delegation in New York City and supported DuEMUN VI as Assistant Director of the G20.
Mario Majic Social, Cultural, and Humanitarian Committee (SOCHUM) Mario Majic was born in Zagreb in 1987. He has been living in Germany since 1992 and graduated in 2007. Because of his interest in international relations and development, he opted to study International Development at the University of Vienna. Since 2008 he has also been reading international business studies at the School of Economics in Vienna. With his Bachelor in international development and his interest in politics and economics, the World MUN 2011 will be the first time he has participated at a large international conference. He is greatly looking forward to World MUN and is confident that he will play his part.
Judith Meyer 

(Head Delegate)

Disarmament and International Security Committee (DISEC) Judith Meyer was born in 1988 and has been studying for her Bachelor degree in Political Science at the University of Duisburg-Essen since the winter semester 2007/2008.  She is now in her seventh semester. Her main interest is international political and economic relations and for this reason she has been an active member of DuEMUN e.V. for over two years now, becoming elected president in September 2010. Judith’s first MUN was DuEMUN IV as a representative of the United States of America in the Security Council. She represented India in the WTO at NMUN 2009, was member of the dais of ECOSOC at DuEMUN V, Head Delegate of the Chinese delegation at NMUN 2010 and one of two Secretary Generals at DuEMUN VI.  Judith will be taking on the responsibility of Head Delegate again at the WorldMUN in Singapore.

Preparatory Interviews

  • Konrad-Adenauer foundation
  • Goethe institute
  • The German embassy to Singapore
  • Friedrich-Ebert foundation
  • ZDF