In 2021, we have the following Official Agenda:

This anniversary session of International Budapest Model United Nations will take place in a somewhat different format. In order to compensate for the possible disadvantages caused by a hybrid conference, we came up with professional reforms to make the BIMUN experience even more exciting. All committees will be given a common crisis, with updates continuously being issued through the days of the conference. The topics will only serve as a highlight on the aspects of the crisis which the given committee should focus on. This further means that all committees will work on an ad hoc basis, delegates will need to submit individual operative clauses instead of entire draft resolutions. Nevertheless, preparation on your topic is highly encouraged. However, due to the constant developments in world politics, there is a possibility that some of the topics will be subject to minor changes.


Human Rights Council (HRC)

  • Preserving basic human rights and political liberties amid global crises

Social, Cultural and Humanitarian Committee (SOCHUM)

  • Mitigating the devastating social and political effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in LEDCs

World Health Organisation (WHO)

  • Outlining a framework for global response to international health crises

ADVANCED committees

Disarmament and International Security Committee (DISEC)

  • Preventing the rise of extremism fueled by global crises

Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)

  • Decreasing the effects of the global economic recession caused by COVID-19 with special emphasis on tackling widespread unemployment

EXPERT committees

Security Council (SC)

  • Later

Special Political and Decolonisation Committee (SPECPOL)

  • Assessing the political legitimacy and responsibility of private companies, scientists and international organisations in responding to crises