OxIMUN 2019 Chair Application
Chair Application for OxIMUN 2019 are now open! Applications will remain open up until the 16th of June. Interviews will begin in mid-June and will run up until the end of the month. You will be notified of the outcome of your application no later than the first week of July. For any questions, please contact the USG Chairing, Badshah Kazi at chairs@oximun.org

Selected chairs will be able to decide their committee topics in tandem with their appointed co-chairs. The Press Corps director will receive guidelines to their operation and expectations of the Press Corps, but will have creative direction over the committee, which will also be open to delegate applications. The Joint Cabinet Crisis Director will be advising the Secretariat in selecting the team and decide the format of the committee.

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Do you require a visa to attend the conference? *
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Please select the committees you wish to apply for. If you only wish to apply for one or two committees, please tick N/A for your remaining choices. *
Disarmament and International Security
Economic & Social Council
Special Political and Decolonization
United Nations Development Program
United Nations Environmental Program
UN Women
African Union
Association of South-East Nations (ASEAN)
Council of the European Union (ECOFIN Configuration)
G20 - 2019 Japan
International Chamber of Commerece
International Labour Organisation
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development
World Bank
International Court of Justice
International Monetary Fund
Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries
United Nations Security Council
Press Corps 1.0/2.0
JCC Director
JCC Chair
JCC Backroom
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