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MUN resource for Delegates Teachers and chairs.
Model United Nations (MUN) is an educational simulation primarily run by students simulating the United Nations. MUN is run as extracurricular activity by most institutions while some schools offer Model UN as a class.
Years of MUN Experience
MUN Beginners Guides
How do I prepare for my first MUN?
Preparing for your first MUN could seem a bit overwhelming, our guides will help you prepare what you need to for your first MUN Conference.
Advanced MUN Delegate Guide
Winning Best Delegate.
Becoming an amazing MUN delegate is more than having a well-polished Position Paper or always being on top of the Speaker’s List and making Motions. Debating the Resolution. Becoming a Best delegate takes more than than the MUN 101 (That is the easy part). We will guide you through the process of becoming an amazing delate and give you the tools you need to stand out in any MUN committee.
The Best Delegate guide will not cover ROP and other beginner aspects of MUN like the proper formatting of a Resolution, how to Yield your time, as well as the difference between Moderated and Unmoderated Caucuses. This guide is for delegates ready to level up.
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There is no one way to write the perfect MUN GSL speech. Below you will find a few different examples on how you might approach your new GSL speech: An easy simple way to think about your GSL speech is to break it down to 3 parts:Hook – Grab attention from the...
Wars of the last century have left millions of victims, many lessons and an international new order that has not stopped evolving. Among others, two basic principles have sustained this world order. The first is that a sovereign state does not become involved in the...
Being able to speak well in public can open plenty of doors in your professional life. Unfortunately, there are many people who are afraid to speak in public. There are others who are not afraid to get up in front of a group to speak, but they don’t know how to. A...
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