Human rights Committee
|5.09-13.10:||Preparation of the delegates|
|22.09-06.10:||Mandatory training programme for chairs|
|13.10:||Mandatory briefing session for admins and setting up the committees|
|13.10:||Mandatory session for the Press Team|
|7:45:||Preparation and set up|
|8:00:||Welcoming the delegates
Briefing the chairs
|9:00:||Short introduction in all committees|
|9:10:||Lobbying in all committees|
|10:00-13:00:||Committees in Session 1|
|14:00-15:25:||Committees in Session 2|
|16:10-16:30:||Clean up (all)|
Model United Nations, also known as Model UN or MUN is an educational simulation where students can learn about diplomacy, international relations, and the United Nations. At a MUN conference, students work as the representative of a country, organization or person and must solve a problem with other delegates from around the world. MUN teaches participants research, speaking, debating, and writing skills, in addition to critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership abilities. Usually an extracurricular activity, some schools also offer Model UN as a class. It is meant to engage students and allow them to develop deeper understanding into current world issues. (Definition by Wikipedia)
DISDH MUN is a conference for the students from grade 8 to 12 of the DISDH. Normally MUN is meant to be an event for students from different schools, but due to Covid-19, this year’s conference is limited to the students of the DISDH.
The date for the conference is 14th of October from 8:00 o’clock to approximately 3:30 o’clock.
The best way to prepare yourself for your participation at DISDH MUN is taking part at the sessions of the MUN club. If you are not able to join the MUN club, please find the Delegate Handbook in the downloads section. In there you will find all the necessary information for a great preparation for the conference.
Boys should be dressed in a formal suit, shirt, tie, or similar alternative i.e., formal trousers.
Girls should be dressed equally formally in suits, smart separates (whether trousers or skirts) or dresses.
Please find more information about the dress code on page five of the Delegate Handbook
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