In 2013, his strong interest in diplomacy and geopolitics led him to participate to the first SPRI Model United Nation, as delegate in the Security Council. Being impressed by the SPRIMUN successes over the previous years and sharing the ambition to steadily upgrade the SPRIMUN, he integrated the 2015’s organizing team. In charge of the agenda with Jean-Baptiste and Delphine, he designed inspiring topics for your committees. Throughout the year he will support you in each step of your registration and guide your preparation for the negotiations.
Jean-Baptiste is a fourth year student at Sciences Po Rennes, majoring in International and European affairs. He spent one year abroad at Western Connecticut State University in the United States, studying mainly international relations. His interest for this field was confirmed during a two months internship last summer at the NATO office of the Strategic Affairs Directorate in the French Ministry of Defence.
He had multiple MUN experiences: first within Sciences Po Rennes thanks to BATNA, then by participating in the SCOTMUN organized in Edinburgh in February 2012, and eventually by attending the first SPRIMUN in April 2013.
In charge of managing committees, Jean-Baptistehopes to make them as interesting and challenging as possible with the rest of the team.
Delphine is a 4th year student, graduating in Geopolitics and International Relations at Sciences Po Rennes. Last year, as an exchange student in Bogotá, Colombia, she represented France’s position in a negociation of the syrian crisis and India’s interests in reforming the Security Council. Eager to work on international migrations and asylum issues, she is always keeping an eye on armed conflicts around the world, their dynamics and impacts on people.
For the 2015 edition of the SPRIMUN, she will be in charge of managing the committees, recruiting and helping the delegates and making sure UN rules of procedures are respected during the negociations.