2019 - Present
Shadow Youth Parliament
United Nations Youth & Students Association of Bangladesh (UNYSAB) & Centre for Men & Masculinities Studies (CMMS) has organized Shadow Youth Parliament supported by ActionAid Bangladesh on 7 November 2019. Guest of honor at the inauguration was the Country Director of ActionAid Bangladesh , Ms. Farah Kabir . Honorable Members of the Parliament , Nahim Razzaq MP (Shariatpur-3) , Waseka Ayesha Khan MP (Women Seat 7), Rumana Ali MP (Women Seat 14) were present as Special Guests. Chief of United Nations Information Centre (UNIC), Md Moniruzzaman , Executive Director of CMMS , Ms Tahia Rahman , President, United Nations Youth & Students Association of Bangladesh (UNYSAB) , Ms. Shammy Wadud were present at the daylong session.
Eid for Street Children
We may say it is one of our signature events. In reality, it is an event that has always been very close to our heart. Every year, we endeavor to bring smile to some of the children who are not so blessed like others. We make sure they get new clothes for Eid and have a day that is solely dedicated to them. This year, we had some amazing new recruits who put their belief in our endeavor and took it a level up. We couldn’t have done it without their diligent effort. This is to celebrate the success of our event and the amazing effort put by our members as well as our new recruits.
Universal Health Coverage Day Celebration-2019
Health care is one of the primary Human Rights. And sadly it hasn’t reached yet to every single individual on earth . So, to make sure this reaches to everyone, UNYSAB has joined the movement jointly with Public Health Foundation Bangladesh and IFMSA.
A rally in the morning (From Shahid Minar to Press Club in Dhaka, Bangladesh ) followed by a discussion at Press Club and handing over a trophy for the Championship to the legendary Ilias Kanchan for the Campaign , “Nirapod Shorok Chai” and other medical students for the poster design competition on SDGs.
We believe everyone on earth will join the movement to make sure equity instead of equality for a happier, healthier and over all a better world.
In partnership with United Nations and with the knowledge support of UNIC Dhaka, UN Youth and Students Association Bangladesh (UNYSAB) organized the tenth edition of the oldest and most prestigious National MUN in Bangladesh – BANMUN 2018 during 20 to 22 September at Daffodil International University auditorium. The theme of BANMUN 2018 was “Ensuring Quality Education for Sustainable Future and Global Citizenship”.
International Youth Day Celebrated with Trees
On 12th August 2017, UNYSA Bangladesh organized a tree plantation program as a part of the celebration of International Youth Day in Bangladesh. This year the theme of International Youth Day was ‘Youth building Peace”.
UNYSAB Support Flood Victims 2017
United Nations Youth and Students Association of Bangladesh (UNYSAB) has distributed relief goods to more than 600 families residing in the three flood-affected districts: Kurigram, Lalmonirhat and Faridpur.
From August 25 to August 27, members of the organization have distributed more than 3000 kilograms of rice, 500 kilograms of lentils, 250 litters of oil, 300 kilograms of salt, a thousand packets of biscuit, and another thousand packets of saline.
UNYSAB’s flood support program has covered Kurigram district’s Chilmari upazila’s Oshtomir Char and Lalmonirhat district’s Sadar upazila’s Saptibari Union’s Purbo Dailjor.
Another team distributed relief items in the flood affected region of Faridpur.
Eid for Street Children
This year, the ninth session of the Bangladesh Model United Nations (BANMUN) conference, BANMUN 2017, took place at the Udayan Higher Secondary School premises in Dhaka city from July 01 to July 04 with around 600 high school students and youths from across the country.
আগামীর কূটনীতিকদের মিলনমেলা
৬ থেকে ৯ অক্টোবর রাজশাহী বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়ে এই ছায়া জাতিসংঘ সম্মেলনে প্রায় ৪০টি বিশ্ববিদ্যালয় ও কলেজ থেকে আসা ৩০০ শিক্ষার্থী অংশগ্রহণ করেন। এটি মূলত জাতিসংঘের অধিবেশনের একটি প্রতীকী উপস্থাপনা। যেখানে শিক্ষার্থীরা হাজির হন একেকজন কূটনীতিকের ভূমিকায়। জাতিসংঘের আদলে আয়োজিত এই সম্মেলনে তাঁরা নিজেদের ভাবনা তুলে ধরেন। বিভিন্ন সমস্যার সমাধান খোঁজার চেষ্টা করেন।
The eighth session of BANMUN conference was unearthed, under the theme “Climate Change and Sustainable Development Goals” by UNYSAB with the support of United Nations Information Centre, Dhaka. The BANMUN 2016 conference kicked off on July 13 at the Adamjee Cantonment College with an inauguration ceremony which was marked by a tribute to Gulshan Attack victims.
Eid for Street Children
Eid for Street Children is basically a social responsibility we serve to deliver some love and care among the underprivileged children from the street in the occasion of Eid ul Fitr. Passing some hours to give them some better moments, having Iftar, cloth distributions are the main parts of this event. This year UNYSA Bangladesh took initiative to observe EFSC in Dhaka, Rajshahi, Rangpur, Dinajpur, Khulna, Patuakhali, Jahangirnagar University.
UNYSAB organized the seventh session of BANMUN, which was attended by 571 students, making the conference the largest MUN in 2015. The seventh session of the oldest model United Nations conference of the country, BANMUN, was held at the Adamjee Cantonment College from July 29 to August 1, 2015. BANMUN 2015 was held under the theme “Role of Youth in Community Development” to let the participants, mostly high school students, think of the pros and cons of youth involvement in development policy making.
United Nations Youth and students Association of Bangladesh (UNYSAB) in
association with Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) opened its door to yet another set of
meticulous minds to the second edition of Bangladesh International Model United Nations
(BIMUN), with the theme of “Climate Change and Sustainable Future”
It served as a platform for the youth of Bangladesh to generate ideas for solving issues of global importance. National and International delegates from diverse regions engaged in intense debate sessions over the course of four days. The conference was held at Pan Pacific Sonargaon, Dhaka.
The sixth edition of Bangladesh Model United Nations (BANMUN) launched at 24 th June, 2014.With the
theme of “Youth for Development”, UNYSAB aimed to convey the message of development and
integrate the youth to the concept development for all.
BANMUN 14 kicked off at Oxford International School from 24 th June to 26 th June. 236 Delegates from 30
different institutions (Schools & Colleges) participated under 10 committees.
UNYSAB introduced UNYSABMUN in Rajshahi, in 2014 with a view to expanding the idea of Model UN all over the country.
UNYSAB Model UN has been being organized for three years since 2016, consecutively.
United Nations Youth and Students Association of Bangladesh (UNYSAB) organized the first session of Bangladesh International Model United Nations Conference (BIMUN) along with United Nations Information Centre (UNIC), Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh and University of Dhaka. The conference was held from 28 November to 1st December. The Theme for the conference was “End Violence against Women”. The Committee and their respective topics were General Assembly Committee 2( ECOFIN) :” Ensuring women’s participation in economic development by recognizing unpaid labor and gender parity in employment to end violence against women”, General Assembly- Committee 3 ( Social, Humanitarian and cultural Affairs Committee) : “ Developing Strategy regarding Leadership of women in social, humanitarian and cultural change to end violence against women” and Security Council: “ Developing integrated approach to involve men and boys to end violence against women”.
Project Happy Birthday
With a view to ensuring birth certificate for the children residing in the slum areas of the country and to support the establishment of a functional universal birth registration system in Bangladesh, UNYSAB launched this project in 2013. The core objective of this project is to help the underprivileged children of the country with the process of registering their birth and attain a certificate against it from the government.
The fifth edition of Bangladesh Model United Nations (BANMUN 2013) kicked off with the
theme ‘Sustainable development of South Asia’. The conference was hosted with the aim of
educating Bangladeshi school students about effective communication, globalization and
The conference was held in the Notre Dame College, Dhaka and UNIC auditorium from October
25 to 26.This was the first Model United Nations conference for young diplomats from
secondary and higher secondary level students of Bangladesh.
UNYSAB organized the first ever BANMUN for the University level students along with school and college students. Thus BANMUN 2011 became beacon of knowledge for the 167 delegates from 32 universities across the nation. The theme for the edition was “Ensuring food for all” which opened the floor for youths to enhance their knowledge and suggest solutions to essential problems of food security. BANMUN 2011 was organized in collaboration with
UNIC, Action Aid, United International University (UIU), Nestea and Dhaka University Model United Nations Association (DUMUNA). The conference was held at Dhaka University and United International University.
UNYSAB and CAMPE jointly organized the Model United Nations Conference on Quality
education and Millennium Development Goals at the Islamic Development Bank building on June 28–29, 2006.
The second conference was organized in association with UNIC again in October, 2003 and the topic of discussion was HIV/AIDS.
The Speaker of Bangladesh National Parliament, Barrister Jamir Uddin Sircar was present as
Chief Guest while Professor Dr. M. Asaduzzaman also the Chairman of University Grants Commission was present as special guest. United Nations Resident Coordinator Mr.Jorgen Lissner presided over the opening session.
Bangladesh Model United Nations (BANMUN) is the first ever Model United Nations conference in Bangladesh. It was first introduced by UNYSAB in association with UNIC Dhaka in October, 2002. After being introduced, it was later organized in 2006, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. The 2016 edition of the conference was the largest ever MUN conference to be held in Bangladesh with the participation of around 900 delegates.