Bryan Morel sets to represent Uganda as a special envoy to UN Best Diplomats in Bangkok, Thailand

Glamsquad reports that renowned publicist and philanthropist Muhumuza Brian alias Bryan Morel has been appointed as a special envoy to the United Nations (UN) Best Diplomats Simulation Conference Themed Crafting Future Leaders in the Post-Pandemic Era, which will take place on November 4, 2022, at the Prince Palace Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand.


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Best Diplomats is a New York-based organization that provides a forum for Young Leaders and Changemakers to exchange ideas and solve the world’s most difficult problems.

Bryan Morel, one of hundreds of Young Diplomats who will be present, will gain an understanding of the UN’s core functions in practice and contextualized diplomacy.


His Excellency Anastasia Mehdiyeva, President of the United Nations Best Diplomats mission in New York, confirmed this selection in an enclosed email, congratulating the Ugandan publicist on her charitable work and keen interest in diplomacy.

Bryan Morel is a volunteer who continues to pair empowerment, advocacy for children’s rights, and celebrity diplomacy with Goodwill Ambassadors and High-Level Supporters with impactful achievements to raise public awareness that transcends borders through Kyarimpa Cares, a non-profit concern and corporate social responsibility for the livelihoods of the marginalized.


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Muhumuza is also the founder of Bryan Morel Publications, a Public Relations firm that specializes in brand-building, strategic positioning, and digital Influencer marketing for the lifestyle and corporate industries.

Bryan Morel’s role-playing entails instilling the virtues of humanity, diplomacy, and shared promise to ensure that global progress leaves no youth or public figures behind.

Since the establishment of the United Nations in 1945, diplomacy has evolved, becoming more permeable for non-state actors such as NGOs and civil society to participate in policy decisions and shape international relations.

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