JOINT CRISIS: GLORIOUS REVOLUTION OF 1688
The year is 1688 and the English king is the Catholic King James II, brother of Charles II, who was reinstated as king twenty-eight years ago following the restoration of the monarchy. Relations between Catholics and Protestants are tense, and there is considerable friction between the monarchy and the British Parliament. The rightful heir to the throne is Mary, the king’s protestant daughter and the wife of William of Orange, Prince of Orange. This is until King James has a son, James Francis Edward Stuart, whom he announces will be raised as a catholic. The king’s elevation of Catholicism, his close relationship with France, his conflict with Parliament and uncertainty over who will succeed James on the English throne lead to whispers of a revolt – and ultimately the possible fall of James II.
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Meet your Dais
Court of William of Orange
Court of King James II
Mary Lynne Loftus
Mary Lynne Loftus is a second year Political Science and Communications student at McGill University. Born and raised in Montreal, Mary Lynne loves the multicultural and dynamic city that she lives in. She started as a Model UN delegate at Marianopolis and had the opportunity to attend conferences such as WorldMUN and CHOMUN. At McGill, she is involved in McGill’s high school level Model UN conference, SSUNS, as well as the Political Science Students’ Association. Deeply interested in voting patterns and motivations for civic engagement, Mary Lynne envisions working for the federal government or in the realm of diplomacy.
Yu Chen Ding
Yu Chen Ding is a student at University of Montréal, studying in Law. Born in Wuhan, China, but having grown up in Montreal, Yu Chen has started doing Model UN on his third year of high school. Being part of the NMUN delegation of Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf in 2017, Yu Chen has attended many conferences including MUNC, McMUN and NMUN. He has also staffed and served different positions in various conferences such as MUNC and SimEURO-Brébeuf. He is currently a member of the SIMONU committee of the University of Montréal, Faculty of Law, and will attend WorldMUN in the following weeks. Yu Chen is eager to meet with delegates and have a fun time.
Vicky Cheng is a 4th year student at McGill University, studying International Development and minoring in Economics and Social Entrepreneurship. Born and raised in Toronto, or the suburbs for those who are real Torontonians, she dived head-first into Model UN in her first year of university. Since then, she has attended eight conferences as a committee staffer and dais member in SSUNS and McMUN. Throughout her academic career at McGill, Vicky has served as an executive for various student groups, from Golden Key McGill to the Canadian Students’ Association for Children’s Rights. Outside of MUN, you can always find her munching on snacks and sipping a flat white at a café. Fluent in English, French and Mandarin, Vicky aspires to master Spanish one day and be an advocate in international human rights.
Justin Motter is a third year Political Science student at Concordia University. Justin began Model United Nations in 2016, in his first year of university, when he joined the Concordia Model United Nations delegation. His reasons for getting involved with Model UN were to enhance his speaking abilities, meet new people and to be active in student life. Justin states that the most valuable thing about Model UN is the sense of family one gets when joining a delegation. Fascinated by the legal system, Justin hopes to pursue a career in law, along the lines of international trade and investment.
Meet Your Crisis Team
Assistant Crisis Director
Anuradha is a Computer Science student in her last year at McGill. She has held a strong passion for Model United Nations and International Affairs for over a decade, encouraged by having lived in 8 different countries growing up. She has had the pleasure being involved with MUN for years, including SSUNS, McGill’s high-school conference - ConMUN brings her ten year MUN career to an end. When she’s not in Model UN, she’s embarking on programming projects, watching Harry Potter for the 12th time, or playing the piano.
Andrew Fawaz is a second year student at McGill University pursuing a double major in Economics and International Development. Andrew first got involved in Model United Nations in Cegep at John Abbott College and has since participated in over 16 conferences as both a delegate and member of staff. Andrew currently serves the Director of Crisis Training for the McGIll Model United National Delegations Team. Other than MUN, Andrew enjoys binging Game of Thrones, exploring Montreal’s world famous food scene and cuddling with his three cats.
Assistant Crisis Director
Bin Gao is a third year Supply chain operations management student at Concordia University. Bin is thrilled to be staffing ConMUN’s conference for the first time as the assistant crisis director for the glorious revolution committee. Bin was born and raised in Beijing, China, and has been studying in Canada since 2015. At school, he is involved in MUN, as well as being a member of the career management services at the John Molson School of Business. He also has been involved in other associations, such as AIESEC and MBA international case competitions. In the last 3 years, Bin has traveled and studied in Europe, and has worked in several different Canadian provinces. Bin is an avid proponent of diversity and multiculturalism, and he is looking forward to sharing different perspectives and getting to know all his delegates in March!