A: Protection and recognition of transexual people B: Islamophobia and discrimination against religious minorities
MIGUEL FERNÁNDEZ GUERRA
Miguel Fernández Guerra is a few months away from finishing a double degree in International Relations and Political Science from Rey Juan Carlos University. He has participated in Model United Nations for four years and has extensive experience as a delegate and committee authority in national and international simulations. Miguel is a faithful follower of URJCmun and in 2020 he directed its IX Edition as Secretary General, at the head of a team that faced the challenge of adapting the Model to the COVID-19 pandemic. He is interested in topics related to the protection of Human Rights, multilateral diplomacy and European public policy analysis. In ten years he would like to have completed a master's degree in European Studies and be part of the Diplomatic Career, assigned to an international organization.
ADRIANA CASADO BEINAT
Adriana Casado Beinat is a third-year student of International Relations and Journalism in Rey Juan Carlos University. She’s from Burgos but she’s been living in Madrid for three years now and she adores the city. She discovered the world of Models of United Nations the very first week of university and since that moment, she has participated in 7 different models of several universities, both as delegate and chair in various committees. If she’d have to think where she wants to be in ten years, she would probably claim that she wants to become an international correspondent or a television news presenter. She really hopes for her delegates to have an unforgettable experience that makes them repeat!