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A MUN is a simulation of an actual United Nations conference, where students are tasked with solving a global issue through research, drafting, lobbying and debate to pass a suitable ‘resolution’. Students take on the roles of delegates, speakers, and chairs, representing different countries and work together with other students from different backgrounds to take part in discussions and reach a solution for the agenda they are assigned.
Three things you should know about Model UN
This is a weekly enrichment taking place across one lunchtime each week.
Here are 10 important ways that participating in a MUN can help you in the future:
Weekly sessions will incur no cost. We hope to participate in come conferences during the academic year and the cost will be determined by where the conference is held.
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