The work of the MMUN provides knowledge and understanding of global problems as well as the motivation to take action. As one MMUN student said at the end of the UN Assembly last year, "The best part is to know that students have a voice. Now we need to do something."
As a result of MMUN, the students come to understand that widespread collaboration is required among peoples and organizations to bring about change. The MMUN partnered with Free the Children (in 2007 and 2008), the largest children-helping-children organization in the world, adding a social-action component to their intellectual understanding to give students the opportunity to act on what they have learned and discussed. Furthermore, the MMUN plans to develop long-term partnership with youth oriented social action organizations like “Free the Children.”