About MUN
Model United Nations, also known as Model UN or MUN, is a simulation of the UN multilateral bodies, which introduces delegates to the world of global diplomacy and negotiation. In MUN, participants act as representatives of different countries or as delegates of UN member states to discuss global issues and set forth agendas. The participants, better known as “delegates” in Model UN, prepare draft resolutions, plot strategies, negotiate with supporters and adversaries, resolve conflicts, and navigate the UN’s Rules of Procedures all in the interest of mobilizing “international cooperation” to resolve problems that affect almost every country on Earth.

MUN is the best possible platform provided to the youth to come forward and offer their ideas on how to solve the problems of the world and build a better future. MUN is also a podium for developing communication, negotiation and diplomatic skills through its participation. Moreover, the participants participating in MUN acquire incredible experience of associating themselves with people from different countries.

MUN exposes participants to the details of diplomacy at an early age. It is a platform for future professionals to analyze diplomatic issues from a close proximity. An MUN conference teaches participants research, public speaking, debating, teamwork, leadership and writing skills. Participants learn to respect the opinions of others, even if they find it different from their own. Moreover, the skills of balancing power, matching diverse interests and managing peaceful negotiations are assets of an essential successful diplomat that the participants will learn from this conference. In addition, participants internalize what they have been taught in classrooms and project their ideas in the forms of speeches, caucuses and resolutions.