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Camille is a Masters student in Gender Studies at the University of Cambridge, with a speciality in gender and security, having previously studied International Relations and Social Anthropology at the University of Saint Andrews.
Born to French parents but growing up in Singapore, Camille is a regular on the MUN circuit and has attended more than twenty conferences around the world. In addition to her chairing role, she is Special Advisor to the Secretary-General at CUIMUN XXI 2015. Her particular interests include human rights issues, especially concerning gender and cultural rights. Outside of Model UN and academia, Camille has also written and directed plays in French, most notably adapting Gustave Flaubert's Madame Bovary.
Quote: “I look forward to meeting you all and engaging in many Interpol-related shenanigans.”
Charles is a third-year undergraduate student of Human, Social and Political Sciences at the University of Cambridge.
Born and raised in the south of France, Charles has been involved in Model UN since high school, having notably attended twice the Hague International MUN (THIMUN). Continuing his MUN activities on his arrival in Cambridge, Charles has attended conferences in London and Oxford and Warwick, among others, and is currently President of the Cambridge University United Nations Association as well as a member of the Personnel Team for CUIMUN XXI 2015.
Quote: “The art of being a good delegate is not easy to master which is why MUN usually requires quite a bit of time before you fully enjoy it. It can be frustrating to see that your resolution did not pass or that other delegates do not play the game as you would like them to, but that’s part of the experience as well: dealing with the unexpected as best as you can.”
Tobias is a second-year undergraduate student in International Relations at ILERI in Paris. Born to French and German parents, he has spent most of his life overseas in places like Melbourne, Shanghai, and Singapore – the last of these being the birthplace for his love of MUNs.
Tobias has previously been a part of MUNs in Singapore, Stockholm and New York, and plans to attend HAMMUN in Hamburg as a chair, and PIMUN in Paris as Under-Secretary General for Applications. He has lately been watching the Rugby World Cup with close attention and enjoys all types of sports, food and travelling.
Quote: “Our francophone Interpol is a really exciting committee as it changes some of the more traditional aspects of MUNs, such as switching from English to French. I’m really looking forward to discovering everything CUIMUN has to offer, from the incredible buildings to the delegates from around the world, and hope you’re all as excited as I am for the experience!”