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International Atomic Energie Agency

"The International Atomic Energy Agency is the world's central intergovernmental forum for scientific and technical cooperation in the nuclear field. It works for the safe, secure and peaceful uses of nuclear science and technology, contributing to international peace and security and the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals."


- cf.: Website of the IAEA,



"The IAEA, in line with its ‘Atoms for Peace and Development’ mandate, supports countries in their efforts to reach the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set out in the United Nations (UN) 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Many countries use nuclear science and technology to contribute to and meet their development objectives in areas including energy, human health, food production, water management and environmental protection. The use of these techniques contributes directly to nine of the 17 SDGs."


- cf.: Website of the IAEA,


Topic A

Energy of the Future or the Future of Energy - Safe and Global Nuclear Power for
the 21st Century


Topic B

The Last Obstacle - Ensuring the Safety of Nuclear Waste Management through Multilateralism

  • Argentina

  • China

  • Germany

  • Kenya

  • Saudi Arabia

  • Switzerland

  • The Russian Federation

  • The United States of America

  • Burundi

  • France

  • Japan

  • Pakistan

  • Slovenia

  • The Republic of Korea

  • The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

  • Türkiye

Patrik Marčetič


Patrik comes from a charming little town in Slovenia and is currently in his second year of international relations in the master's program at the University of Ljubljana's Faculty of Social Sciences.
Patrik is all about anything global and political, and he is also taking on the role of an active basketball referee.

Around four years back, Patrik kicked off his MUN adventure, all because a close friend of his and mentor nudged him in that direction. Since then, he has worn many hats in the MUN world – delegate, chair, organizer, deputy secretary general – you name it. MUN, thus, holds a special place in his life. 

Now, with a mix of excitement and positivity, Patrik is gearing up to chair at the upcoming BIMUN conference. He has high hopes that this one is going to be an absolute winner, considering his wealth of MUN experiences.

In Patrik’s eyes, this conference isn't just an event; it's a chance to take things to a whole new level!

Shari Langner

Shari, a 22-year-old student from Germany, will be your second IAEA chair. Currently, she is pursuing her studies in political science at the universities of Münster and Hamburg.
First introduced to MUNimg in high school, Shari rekindled her passion for MUNs in her first year of university. Since then, she has been to various MUNs, both online and in-person, participating as an organizer, delegate, and chair. 

Outside of MUNs, you can usually find Shari with a book. She loves reading everything from biographies and politics to fantasy and sci-fi. If possible, she also loves to travel and explore cities and places.
Shari is looking forward to meeting all of you in Bonn!

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