The documents below are a must read. By attending MaMUN every delegate/advisor is expected to meet the following rules. 

mun toolbox

B A C K G R O U N D     G U I D E S

Background guides will be soon available on your committee page. We strongly recommend reading these documents before conference in order to get a sense of what your committee’s topics are all about.

P O L I C Y       S T A T E M E N T S

A policy statements is a short statement that clearly explains your countries’ point of view on the issues that will be discussed in the committees. Policy Statements should be printed and brought to the Conference. 

P O S I T I O N      P A P E R S

A position paper summarizes the problem at hand from the perspective of your assigned country or delegation and proposes solutions that your country would support. Each delegate should write one paper per topic. Position papers are due January 8th 2018. More help on writing a position paper can be found below.

R E S O L U T I O N    P A P E R S

 A resolution contains all the proposed solutions to a topic. Learning to write a resolution is very important because the ultimate goal of the committee sessions is for delegates to come up with written solutions to the problems they are trying to solve. Each delegate will be asked to write one on the committee topic of his choice. Resolutions are due  January 8th 2018. More help on writing a resolution can be found below. 

conference rules & Guidelines 

conference guides 

gearing up

for the conference

Model UN can come with a steep learning curve, with all of its jargon and complexities. To help you make the most of your conference experience, we have put together a series of introductory resources, and we encourage you to browse through them if you’re looking for an orientation to MUN or a refresher about how a committee works. If you have specific questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to your committee chairs via email!