Note: This is an intermediate committee and is available to delegates from all years.
Greetings Everyone, I am Anika Nusrat, residing in London. My motherland is Bangladesh. I am currently pursuing my bachelor’s in Education. I will serve as Head Chair of UN Women on this edition of LSE YouthMUN 2023. I am truly honored to be a part of this conference. My MUN journey started in 2021, and I have been delegating and chairing in several MUNs since then. From being a delegate to being part of the board of directors. It’s truly been a roller coaster ride. I promise this will be a life-changing opportunity for you. You will gain so much confidence by stepping out of your comfort zone. You will learn skills that are essential for your future as you will collaborate with so many big-brainers around the globe. You will be a part of a whole new family. Enjoy the process of learning, and evolving together as A committee. We hope that we will bring some effective solutions to this conference, To contribute as change-makers for a better tomorrow. Keep learning, keep exploring, and most importantly, Keep spreading kindness. See you all at the conference. All the best!
Anoushka Tripathi Joshi
Hi! My name is Anoushka. I am from India, but have grown up here in the UK, and in Johannesburg, South Africa. I am a first year Bsc Environment and Development with Spanish student at LSE and am extremely passionate about social justice and global issues. For this reason, I love model UN, as it provides a space for the discussion of these topics through the lens of countries that are impacted to varying degrees, and with differentiated responsibilities, priorities, and histories. Outside of MUN, I have been doing Bollywood dance for a few years, and love tea, baking, and walking anywhere and everywhere. I also love music, and some of my favourite artists include Frank Ocean, SZA, Omar Apollo, Kali Uchis, Little Simz, and Daniel Caesar. I look forward to meeting you all soon!! 😊