What is MUN?Model United Nations (abbrev. MUN) is an educational event invented for high-school students from all over the world. The concept simulates a UN conference during which students (delegates of UN countries) separate into various committees and discuss today’s greatest issues. During a two-day debate the delegates are supposed to come up with a solution suitable for the majority of countries represented at the conference. These solutions are then discussed at the General Assembly, the great finish that all MUN conferences lead to. The debate is moderated by realistic Rules of Procedure which the participants have to comply with.
A delegate should comply with basic requirements in order to apply. A delegate should:
- be a high school (15-20 years old) or university student (20-24 years old)
- have an intermediate level of English
- submit a Position Paper one week prior to the conference
- pay the delegate fee: 1300 CZK / 56 €
- register until the end of April and pay only 1200 CZK / 51 €
Other fees according to your position:
- Supervisor fee: 400 CZK / 17 € (must be part of a delegation)
- Chair fee: 600 CZK / 26 €
Participants choose from five committees focusing on different areas of the today's world's issues.
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