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International Press Corps

The International Press Corps represents the free press on the international front and is a critical component of the United Nations as it acts as a channel of internationalism and accountability among people and nations. In democratic organisations such as the UN, the press is accountable for upholding a high level of transparency. With various debates taking place in parallel, it is the International Press Corps' responsibility to correctly synthesise information, views, and opinions presented. Delegates should be able to note the developments and setbacks faced while seeking to establish solutions to the world’s most pressing issues. This permits them the freedom to either support or critique actions pertaining to any agenda that is being discussed. It is their duty to stand firm against prejudice, propaganda, and disinformation. They will be the voice of reason on which the populace can truly rely on through the ever-changing politics of the modern world.



Arnav Agarwal

Hello, my name is Arnav Agarwal and I am the IPC chair of this year's MUN. I have always been interested in technology, debating and MUN's. I have been participating in MUN's for several years now, and it has been a great way for me to expand my knowledge of world affairs and international relations. Through MUN, I have developed my public speaking skills, critical thinking, and diplomacy.

Outside of MUN, I have a strong passion for exploring new technologies and learning programming languages, as I believe that technology has the power to change the world in a positive way. I am constantly seeking out new information and staying up to date on the latest advancements in this field. Along with my technological interests, I also enjoy reading books on politics and history, as they provide valuable insight into global affairs and historical events.In my role as IPC chair, I am excited to lead this year's conference and provide an engaging and challenging experience that is enjoyable for all participants.

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