United Nations Trusteeship Council, 1948
Topic 1: The Trust Territory of the Cameroons
Topic 2: The Status of Mandatory Palestine
Just three short years have gone by since the end of World War II and, despite some progress, we still have a long way to go before our planet is fully repaired. Under our unique jurisdiction remain several trust territories, which we must administer to prepare for independence and majority rule. As we consider the former German Schutzgebiete, Japanese colonies, and Italian possessions, we also seek answers for some of our society’s other areas of concern with question over the trusteeship status of Mandatory Palestine. As a newly United Nations, we are challenged to set a pathway of excellence for these states as we set a trajectory for them to inherit some of our greater fortunes.
Gayathri Angou - Chair
Gayathri is a sophomore pursuing Mechanical Engineering with concentrations in Technologies Innovation and Energy Technologies. Gayathri serves as the Secretary General for BUIAA’s Boston Area Model United Nations Conference (BarMUN) in its tenth installation. She is passionate about sustainable development and renewal energy policy.
Vice Chair: Nabaa Khan