Comités en español 2023



Tema A

Strengthening the role of civil society in conflict prevention

Tema B

Prevention of xenophobia and hate speech in mass media


Paula Rossignoli

Paula is a second-year student of the Double Degree in International Studies and Law at Carlos III University. She is passionate about International Law and the world of the United Nations. URJCmun was her first Model UN, and turned a person with no experience in this type of debate into an energetic and proactive delegate, eager to negotiate and lead. She considers that URJCmun is an experience that has marked her and a model that she holds special affection for, since it constitutes a unique place where debate and fun are mixed. 

She sees this opportunity as a way to give back a little bit to something that meant so much to her -she met friends she keeps and was introduced to a world she loves-, and she wants to be able to leave her mark and help others leave it, accompanying delegates in the experience, trying to make them enjoy it to the fullest. She will bring her desire to learn and to do her best and will teach what she knows, as well as her conviction that the main thing in a committee is respect. She would like to create a space where people can learn, feel comfortable and create great memories, while sharing a common interest, and share her passion for MUN.

Marco Pinto

Marco Pinto Topić is a fourth-year student of International Relations and Law at URJC. Half Spanish, half Serbian, Marco is a truly international person with a great skill for diplomacy. His first experience with MUN was at the MUN Club at the New English School in Kuwait, a country where Marco lived and studied for four years.

 This is Marco’s first edition holding the Presidency and he couldn’t be more excited. Sociable, hardworking and open, Marco has a great interest in history, cinema and languages: he is fluent in English and French, in addition to his mother tongues (Spanish and Serbian), and is currently learning German, Swedish, Russian and Arabic. Marco believes that international relations is an incredible field of study that can be used for a lot of good, which is why in the future he would be interested in pursuing a career in International Law, hopefully focused on environmental or immigration issues; something that could make the world we live in a better place.