Model United Nations.

Inspiring youth to create a better world.

Upcoming Conferences

March 8th - 11th, 2017
April 25th - 28th, 2017
May 17th - 19th, 2017

Upcoming Leadership Training

Upcoming Teacher Workshops

The MMUN Mission

Our goal is to inspire youth.  MMUN students formulate, present, debate, and revise positions on current issues that are affecting people of the world.  By assuming the perspectives of a citizen of their selected countries, MMUN students not only develop an understanding of the needs and rights of others, but also learn the respect the cultures, the political views, and the belief system of others.

Taking on their ambassadorial roles in a Model UN simulation, students research the issue that their UN committees will address. Model UN participants learn how the international community acts on its concerns about topics including peace and security, human rights, the rights of the child, child labor, the environment, food and hunger, economic development and globalization.

What People Say About MMUN

“MMUN is a powerful experience for our Montessori young people to come together to listen, negotiate, collaborate and then offer solutions to some of our planet’s most pressing problems. This program is an important step toward achieving our vision of educating for world peace.”

Richard Ungerer, Executive Director of AMS

“I would like to support this initiative and encourage all of you to participate; This could have far reaching impact particularly on our ESF programme. It would also promote the A to I programme in countries in which we have little presence so far.”

Andre Roberfroid, President of AMI

“Thank you for the offering this fantastic program to our youth. Our students came back more mature and wiser for the experience. We are very grateful to you for your efforts in their growth as citizens of the world.”

MMUN Teacher

“I never knew the depth of thought of my child until I heard her stand up and speak during Committee.”

MMUN Parent

“We have two boys in our group that are just boys who prefer to wrestle and laugh rather than study and I thought they would never make it at MMUN, but they have both turned out to be leading voices in getting their Resolution through Committee. I can’t believe the change.”

MMUN Teacher

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