PARTICIPATE IN
A TRANSFORMATIVE
EXPERIENCE

The work of the delegates culminates in resolutions created during an MMUN conference and is shared with UN Youth Envoy. Although every conference supports separate committees, topics and objectives, there is always a common goal: to inspire young people to recognize their own power to transform the world.

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PROGRAM COMPONENTS

WHAT WE DISCUSS?

The topics for debate are aligned with the United Nations Agenda for the year of each conference. MMUN selects relevant topics for each committee. Topics are also associated with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted by the United Nations Member States in 2015 with the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

Sustainable development goals
No poverty
Zero hunger
Good health and well-being
Quality education
Gender quality
Clean water and sanitation
Affordable and clean energy
Decent work and economic growth
Industry, innovation and infrastructure
Reduced inequalities
Sustainable cities and communities
Responsible consumption and production
Climate action
Life below water
Life on land
Peace, justice and strong institutions
Partnership goals

OUR COMMITTES

UN REGIONAL GROUPS

MMUN publishes a Matrix identifying countries all over the world
from all UN Regional Groups, to represent the participation
of countries sitting on the committees.

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INTERNATIONAL NEWS AGENCY

The MMUN Press Corps is an important component of simulating the work and accountability of the United Nations. As an intergovernmental organization, the UN serves as a platform for discussion between the nations of the world and their respective societies. As such, MMUN offers middle school students the opportunity to become reporters representing a news agency (in lieu of representing countries as delegates do). Reporters take on the unique task of summarizing and disseminating news of what is happening during a conference. Press Corps articles are posted by way of MMUN social media pages and on our website.

A program to inspire global citizens of all ages

Youth for a better world is committed to giving young people a voice and shaping opportunities for young people to realize their own power. We scaffold developmentally appropriate programs that create the global citizens the world needs now.

REAL CONNECTIONS TO THE UN

We help achieve the SDG goals through collaborative global partnerships with entities that share our vision for youths.

DESIGNED FOR STUDENTS, TEACHERS & FAMILIES

In order to take part in a conference event, the Coordinator will select one or more countries from a Matrix that shows the maximum number of students by country as well as the country’s respective committees. Two student delegates are assigned to each committee.

– Coordinators

MMUN Certified Teachers who coordinate the group’s registration, all pre-conference activities and preparation of delegates for committee session collaborate with experienced MMUN staff and meetup with other teachers to review content, ask for help and share experiences.

– Delegates

Student delegates who will debate and negotiate in final committee sessions participate in practice working sessions and social events throughout the year while they complete their preparation requirements and meet various submission deadlines.

These adults and students are responsible for the success of committee sessions by reviewing and giving feedback on position papers pre-conference, and then executing the committee sessions during the conference. They also help to manage the year-long working sessions and social meetups.

During the culminating conference event, adults or children registered for the program and accompanying a school or a student delegate are able to watch committee proceedings from an observer area on-site or on a streaming platform online.

Past conferences

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DELEGATES’ RESOLUTIONS

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2021 ONLINE – May
Conference resolutions

UE & MS

2021 ONLINE – March Press Corps
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MS

2021 ONLINE – March
Conference resolutions

UE & MS

2021 ONLINE – February
Conference resolutions

UE & MS

2021 ONLINE – May
Conference resolutions

UE & MS

2020 ONLINE – Rome
Conference resolutions

UE & MS

2020 ONLINE – Chicago
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MS

2020 ONLINE – Chicago
Conference resolutions

UE

2020 NYC March
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MS

2020 NYC March
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UE

2020 NYC February
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MS

2020 NYC February
Conference resolutions

UE

2019 HANGZHOU
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MS

2019 HANGZHOU
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UE

2019 ROME
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MS

2019 ROME
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UE

2019 CHICAGO
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MS

2019 CHICAGO
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UE

2019 NYC March
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UE

2019 NYC March
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UE

2019 NYC February
Conference resolutions

MS

2019 NYC February
Conference resolutions

UE

2018 NYC February Press Corps
Conference resolutions

MS

2018 ROME
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MS

2018 ROME
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UE

2018 CHICAGO
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MS

2018 CHICAGO
Conference resolutions

UE

2018 NYC March
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MS

2018 NYC March
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UE

2018 NYC February
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MS

2018 NYC February
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UE

2017 ROME
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MS

2017 ROME
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UE

2017 CHINA
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MS

2017 CHINA
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UE

2017 MIDWEST
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MS

2017 MIDWEST
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UE

2017 NYC
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MS

2017 NYC
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UE

2016 ROME
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MS

2016 ROME
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UE

2016 Chile
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UE & MS

2016 NYC
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MS

2016 NYC
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UE

2015 ROME
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MS

2015 ROME
Conference resolutions

UE

2015 MIDWEST
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MS

2015 MIDWEST
Conference resolutions

UE

2014 CHINA
Conference resolutions

MS

2014 CHINA
Conference resolutions

UE

2014 GENEVA
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MS

2014 GENEVA
Conference resolutions

UE

2014 MIDWEST
Conference resolutions

UE & MS

2014 NYC
Conference resolutions

MS

2014 NYC
Conference resolutions

UE

2011 NYC
Conference resolutions

MS

2011 NYC
Conference resolutions

UE

2010 NYC
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UE

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