Meet the Secretariat


Manahil Luqman

Secretary General – A2-G1

With immense joy and a profound sense of responsibility, I stand before you as the Secretary-General of the seventh iteration of the PISJ-ES Model United Nations (PISJ-ES MUN’24). Model United Nations is an exciting opportunity that fosters intellectual debate and offers a refined understanding of the dynamics of international conferences.Given the present global circumstances, it is crucial that now more than ever a united front be established to restore balance and harmony. Our generation has witnessed groundbreaking technological advancements, advancements that would have stunned the great historians, yet it is unfortunate that issues such as climate change and child labor still prevail.
The call to change resonates deeply within the water of this earth, it implores us to transcend our differences, to set aside the barriers that divide us, and to come together in a shared commitment to build a better present and sustain a better future. Model United Nations provides a diplomatic forum for deliberating on these pressing issues and exploring potential solutions.In my capacity as Secretary-General, I hope that this event will facilitate the development of essential skills and qualities among the delegates, for it is your vigor that will truly bring light to this event!

Muhammad Ahmad

President – A2-B3

I Muhammad Ahmad, am profoundly honored to partake in and spearhead the highly anticipated event, serving as the President of the seventh edition of PISJ-ES MUN. Model United Nations (MUN) stands as an impactful platform fostering resolutions for international challenges and advocating for the liberty of expression. My commitment lies in orchestrating, coordinating, and streamlining this platform at the highest level of efficiency, striving for excellence and unwavering determination in every facet. Embracing innovation and resourcefulness stands as the cornerstone of my approach. MUN embodies my belief in bridging and enhancing connections among individuals of diverse perspectives.
It encourages us to introspect on our convictions, enrich our knowledge, and mature into more insightful and empathetic beings. Anticipated to be an unforgettable experience, I aspire for delegates to acquire invaluable lessons applicable to both their professional and personal realms. I hope for this MUN to serve as a catalyst, inspiring change-makers and nurturing the leaders of tomorrow. Together, let us embrace this journey with enthusiasm, unity, and an unwavering dedication to shaping a brighter, more harmonious world. Ultimately, your enthusiasm is our greatest source of satisfaction.

Syeda Zuha Jilani

Chair SOCHUM – A2-G1

I, Zuhaa Jilani, am truly honored and grateful to be part of the Secretariat for the PISJ-ES MUN’24. As the Chair of the Social, Humanitarian, and Cultural Committee (SOCHUM), it is both an honor and a privilege to welcome all delegates to this momentous conference which aims to expand the horizons of the student body by providing them with the opportunity to educate one another and address crucial global issues in a respectful manner.
SOCHUM plays a pivotal role in addressing some of the world's most pressing issues, ranging from human rights and social development to cultural preservation, from advancing global health to promoting education and safeguarding cultural heritage. Over the course of this conference, we will engage in meaningful dialogue and negotiations to reach a consensus on a range of critical matters. Remember, it's not just about the debates, resolutions, and awards, but about the change we can bring to the world by working together. I encourage all delegates to actively participate, collaborate, and inspire one another. I trust that my experience will not only contribute to fostering productive dialogue but also make way for an engaging debate, one we can all look forward to and reflect upon afterward.

Maryam Tahir

Vice Chair SOCHUM – AS-G2

“Human rights are not a privilege conferred by the government. They are every human being's entitlement," quoted by Kofi Annan. SOCHUM serves as a crucial forum for unheard voices while working towards finding sustainable solutions to these problems and improving the overall well-being of individuals and communities. Notwithstanding the political disparities among the constituent nations, the committee persists in its objectives and does not permit these divisions to impede its capacity to identify resolutions for current issues.
Nonetheless, it is with great pleasure and honor that I address you today as the Vice Chair of SOCHUM. My primary objective is to ensure that our discussions are conducted in a fair, inclusive, and productive manner. It is my belief that by fostering an environment conducive to constructive dialogue, we can achieve meaningful progress on the issues at hand. By working together, we can discover novel strategies, exchange best practices, and create all-encompassing answers to the intricate problems we confront. Let us seize this opportunity to transcend boundaries, and make a lasting impact on the lives of people, which will contribute to a more just, equitable, and sustainable future.

Rameen Zeeshan

Chair ECOFIN – AS-G5

As one of the major six committees of the United Nations General Assembly, ECOFIN holds the power to influence the global economy positively. I am honored to lead my delegates in MUN'24 and work towards creating world-changing resolutions. My hope is that ECOFIN will come up with fresh ideas that allow us to not only adapt to the increasing use of technology in the economy but also use it to enhance the living standards of its residents. As a student of actuarial sciences, I have extensively researched fiscal, monetary, and supply-side policies. By effectively using these policies, we can resolve problems that have the potential of becoming an economic crisis.
As the Chair of ECOFIN, I intend to use a mixture of democratic and laissez-faire leadership styles to encourage my delegates to participate enthusiastically in the sessions and bring out their innovative side. With their active participation, we can reach resolutions that create a long-lasting impact on the stability and, most importantly, the income distribution in an economy. Let's embark on this journey together!

Mahmood Kamal

Vice Chair ECOFIN – AS-B5

It is with great honor and enthusiasm that I stand before you today as Vice Chair for the Economic and Financial Committee in this Model United Nations conference. As we navigate an increasingly interconnected world, the economic challenges we face demand innovative and collaborative solutions. With a deep passion for economics and finance, I have dedicated myself to understanding the complexities of our global financial systems and the implications they have on sustainable development and social progress.
I firmly believe that effective leadership lies in the ability to listen, empathize, and guide. As Vice Chair, I will be dedicated to ensuring that all delegates feel supported and empowered to actively participate in the committee's proceedings. I will foster an environment that encourages collaboration, respect, and open-mindedness, allowing us to collectively work towards sustainable economic growth and financial stability.

Ayesha Waseem

Chair UNCCA – A2-G2

“We are the first generation to feel the impact of climate change and the last generation that can do something about it.” Climate change is a global issue that is often seen as a problem waiting to happen and not for what it is, a world-wide emergency affecting humanity right now. It is life or death. As the chair for this year’s climate change action committee, it is my pleasure to welcome you to PISJ-ES Model United Nations 2024. As representatives of countries across the globe, you will delve into a world of international complexities, innovative solutions, politics and diverse perspectives.
In these upcoming months we are determined to foster sustainable development through collaboration, objective analysis, and evaluative thinking to explore the interrelated impacts of climate change on health, prosperity and the environment. The duty to preserve and nurture our planet is not only the sole responsibility of world leaders but a responsibility entitled to each of us. 8 billion people. 1000 policies. 193 countries. 1 goal.


Vice Chair UNCCA– AS-G2

Deeply riveted by worldwide matters of state, diplomacy and the intricacies of international politics, this year's Model United Nations (MUN) conference offers a splendid chance for us to collectively delve into and amplify our notions together. “I hold a vision of this blue green planet, safe and in balance. At the end of the Fossil Fuel Era, we are emerging to a new reality. We are ready to make the next leap – as momentous as abolishing slavery or giving women the vote.” – as excellently portrayed by Elizabeth May in her words, this moment provides an opportunity for each of us to challenge societal norms and envision ourselves as the decisive force that initiates a chain reaction, altering the course of a nation's trajectory.
UNCCA promotes the principle of common but differentiated responsibilities, recognizing that developed countries have a greater historical responsibility for climate change and should take the lead in reducing emissions and supporting developing countries in their climate action efforts. As we embark on this MUN journey, I am extremely honored to be involved in a platform that acts as a pivotal catalyst for redefining and reforming the norm ideals. Together, we will navigate the intricate web of international relations, and strive to unearth innovative solutions to the pressing global challenges that lie before us!

Humnah Zeeshan

Chair UNCWA – A2-G1

Unveiling the Future: Introducing the 4th Model United Nations Committee - UNCWA, Where Ideas Ignite! UNCWA is dedicated to promoting the well-being and protection rights of children. Recognizing the profound and far-reaching impact of escalating issues related to injustice against children the establishment of this committee provides a platform for delegates to voice their concerns and lead efforts to ensure that every child has the right to survive, thrive, and achieve their full potential with voices universally condemning the injustice. The framework of UNCWA is based on protecting children from violence, exploitation, and neglect, addressing issues such as child trafficking while advocating for children's rights.
Hence, I, Humnah Zeeshan, take immense pride in being appointed as the UNCWA Chair for the MUN session of 2024. Assuming a significant role brings forth considerable responsibilities, I pledge to address your concerns diligently and promptly by assisting you in the best way possible. I anticipate witnessing unwavering enthusiasm, confidence, and composed demeanor from all my delegates throughout the MUN conference.

Muhammad Huzaifa Saleem

Vice Chair UNCWA – AS-B4

I am Muhammad Huzaifa Saleem, serving as the Vice-Chair of the United Nations Committee for the Rights of Children (UNCWA). It is a privilege to address this esteemed gathering. With a profound understanding of the pivotal role children's rights play in shaping our societies, I am eagerly embraci¬ng this responsibility. Today, we must prioritize the pressing concern of child labor and the imperative to boost exports.
It is essential that we unite and formulate effective strategies to combat this issue. I implore all delegates to fully comprehend the gravity of this matter and actively engage in seeking solutions. As the Vice-Chair, my objective is to foster an environment of open dialogue and constructive problem-solving during this Model United Nations session. By pooling our efforts, in collaboration with all delegates and secretariats, we can strive for a comprehensive and sustainable resolution that safeguards the rights and well-being of children worldwide.
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