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How to Research for a MUN Conference

The level of enjoyment from delegating at a Model United Nations conference is often directly proportional to the amount of research a delegate does before the conference.

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Choosing the Right Committee for You

You may have felt overwhelmed by the number of committee options made available to you. In this article, we will help you tackle this question by breaking down the committees programme by skill level and field of interest.

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First Time Conference

Our team has reflected upon past experiences to compile a user friendly introduction that includes topics such as basic necessities and expectations throughout the duration of the weekend.

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Staffing a MUN Conference

After delegating multiple times you may aspire to grow in your Model UN Career and further yourself into the community by leading delegates in the fashion as your dais members have lead you.

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Mock MUN Session Topics

Listed are sample topics that may be discussed during mock sessions. These topics range from social issues to military issues that the UN is currently facing.

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Running Mock MUN Sessions

Mock sessions are the staple of a functioning MUN club. They simulate the regular sessions held by the United Nations where delegations from a multitude of countries discuss a variety of world issues.

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Starting a new Model United Nations Club

Actively participating in Model United Nations has several benefits a student will appreciate for the rest of their life. The easiest way for one to fully enjoy Model United Nations is by joining or creating a MUN club, which may be offered at your high school.

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What to do During an Unmoderated Caucus

The concept of an unmoderated caucus (Unmods) is confusing. It abandons the structured debate of a moderated caucus and makes you more open for questions from other delegates. The purpose of this article is to outline specific ways one can thrive during an unmod.

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Position Paper

Before the conference, it is crucial that each delegate complete a position paper for each of the topics they will be discussing in their committee. This paper is the culmination of a delegate’s research, analysis, and synthesis.

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Resolution Paper

In Model UN, the resolution paper is the cumulative result of all a delegate’s research, debate, discussion, and diplomacy. Created by the different blocs which emerge through debate, the resolution paper is the written evidence of the solutions produced throughout previous committee sessions.

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Rules of Procedure

Understanding how Model United Nations committee sessions function is crucial for the best possible conference experience. This guide is a reference for delegates, new and old, in the rules and procedures (ROP) used during committee sessions.

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Specialized ROP

In specialized committees, the dais takes on a different role as they have a unique committee with their own rules and regulations. While these will never be standard across all specialized committees and conferences, there are a couple general rules that can help prepare you as a staff member.

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Frequently asked questions, answered.

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Resolution Paper Guide

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ROP Guide

Rules of Procedure Guide

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