Joint Cabinet Crisis



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Crisis committees are special because they do not have a parallel in the real United Nations. Instead, the Joint Crisis Committee strives to teach diplomacy, cooperation and political debate through the simulation of an invented crises which is occurring in the very moment. These can be wars, threats of war and diplomatic conflicts between various states and non-state actors. The delegate’s role is to ensure the best outcome for their country/position and, if possible, to change the outcome of the crisis for the better.



Crisis Director

Saskia Heineken

Crisis Director

My name is Saskia Heineken and I discovered the world of MUNs when I started studying International Relations at the Technical University of Dresden. After having been involved in the organization of the Dresden Elbe Model United Nations (elbMUN 2018), I have been elected as member of the executive team for elbMUN 2019 and already planning next year’s conference.

I am honored to be this year’s Crisis Director at KAMUN and I am looking forward to working with you:
The world is in turmoil. What will she look like in the future? Every day there are new ideas, creations and machines which are supposed to make our lives easier. But what happens when the machines get out of control? What happens when someone creates a machine to destroy? What happens when someone hacks into our computer, our network, national and international safety systems to discover our secrets or just to cause chaos and fear?


Leonie Zander

Cabinet Leader

Dear All!
My Name is Leonie Zander and I am going to chair the CC at this year’s KAMUN. I started my MUN career when I was 14 years old – and instantly got addicted. So far, I took part in several conferences as both delegate and chair, visiting a wide range of different committees.
I never lost my passion for international politics, but decided to study Midwifery nevertheless. Babys simply are a lot cuter than the average UN-Delegate (No offense there, I love MUNers!) and don’t have the annoying habit of always trying to ruin your line of argument. I love traveling, the thrill of debate and getting to know new people. In short: I love participating in MUNs and am now looking forward to working with the creative, crazy and backstabbing delegates of JCC.
Exited to see you all in November,

Bo Sixt Finckh

Cabinet Leader

My name is Bo and I am currently studying Law at the University of Bologna.
Originally from Germany, I started doing MUN in college and it quickly became my passion that lead me all around the globe, from Montréal to Panama to Karlsruhe.
Having attended KaMUN twice as delegate, the time has now come for me to step on the other side and be a chair.
Others would describe me as stubborn but funny and open-minded. It is said that I like talking about sports and am bad at fussball. Want to find out if this is true or not? Talk to me at KaMUN!

Anthony Amato

Cabinet Leader


Backroom Staff

Nathalie Ferko


I am Nathalie, a student of Political Science in my master degree at Phillipps-university in Marburg/Germany. Having more than 3 years of MUN experience behind me, participating in conferences in Europe and the United States of America. My MUN experience started with KAMUN 2015 and I am very happy to return this year as crisis staff. Currently, I live in Frankfurt and spent the last year training chairs and running the MUN society of Goethe-university. I am more than happy to be part of KAMUN 2018 and looking forward to seeing you in November.

Nouman Ferko


I’m Nouman, 20 years old, from Syria, and I am currently pursuing a degree in
International Relations at the Dresden University of Technology (TU Dresden)
My study focus are politics, international economy and international law, this is why I participate at MUNs and other projects.
I can’t wait to welcome you in Karlsruhe, and JCC, and to share some inspiring and memorable moments during and after the sessions!