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Veljko Ristić  - Security Council Crisis Committee, President

Student of International Relations at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Political Sciences. He was awarded with a year long scholarship (2013/2014) from the State Department (US) to study in an American high school where, among other things, he started debating which is now one of his biggest passions. He's a history buff, has interest in international law and economy and wants to master speaking at least 5 languages. He's the president and co-founder of Students for United Nations of Faculty of Political Sciences and is involved in youth activism. He loves living life to the fullest hence his variety of different interest, loves to try new things and be surrounded by new people and old friends. His life moto is "never give up fighting for what you believe in, life's too short for mediocrity".

 


Igor Ilić - Security Council Crisis Committee, Crisis manager

Second-year student of International Studies at the Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade. He believes that first step for resolving any international issue is understanding the historical facts and geopolitical positions of the nations in matter. Enjoys theater; in his free time preoccupies himself with classics of European literature; plays piano to relax; appreciates well-reasoned debate. BIMUN 2018 will be his first conference as a member of organizing team.

 


Ana Milivojević - Security Council Crisis Committee, Vice - President

Sophomore at Faculty of Economics,University of Belgrade. 
Modest, hard-working and committed person who is very persistent in her goals. Consistently growing herself and takes time to continue learning through diverse courses, being active in non-government organisations, multinational company projects for youth and etc. Loves traveling and socializing, attending MUN conferences and managing projects. Third year as a BIMUN team member. Driven by "Happiness does not come from doing easy work but from the afterglow of satisfaction that comes after the achievement of a difficult task that demanded our best."

 

Ana Marić - Security Council Crisis Committee, Recording Secretary

Studies Political Science at the Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade. She had been on four BIMUN Conferences and this is her first time in the BIMUN team. She had also participated in others MUNS. Her fields of interest are human rights, world peace and protecting the World Heritage. She loves national dance (folklore) and she is devoted to it.