MUN Resources on this Website
- LIMUN – London International Model United Nations
- Model United Nations
- Model United Nations 8 March
- MUN Research
- MUN Software
- Resources for a Climate Change MUN
- Resources for Model United Nations
- Students’ Report on MUN Presentation and Simulation
- Video of Model United Nations Presentation and Simulation
- Warwick University UN Society
- What does MUN look like?
Introduction to Model United Nations
A Model United Nations (MUN) is an activity which engages people, typically older secondary schools or university students, with the work and importance of United Nations by taking on the roles of ambassadors and other diplomatic figures from a nominated UN member state, or from the UN itself.
They first research and then debate issues of global importance, which could be actual or imaginary scenarios.
MUNs help delegates gain experience and skills in research, analysis, critical thinking, writing, teamwork, debate, mediation and leadership. MUNs vividly demonstrate the interdependence of nations, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and other players in resolving world problems.
For more details visit this UNA-UK page.
The MUN pages on this website contains links to resources which will help schools and universities to run a Model United Nations MUN. You can reach this page using the link mun.unacov.uk
UNA Coventry and the MUN Society of the University of Warwick ran a Model United Nations Presentation and Simulation on 28 Jan 2017
UNA Coventry have also developed resources with a focus on running a Climate Change MUN.