Bureau Leadership Structure

MMUN Bureau Leadership Structure

At past MMUN conferences, the Bureau Leadership is responsible for the running of the committee. The Bureau contains a MMUN Secretariat, a Chair, a Vice Chair, and a Rapporteur. The Bureau act as mentors for the delegates, they are teachers, university or high school students and are older than the delegates.

At the UN the UN Secretariat and the Bureau are two distinct and separate organs. The experts who advise the committee are the Secretariat. The Bureau is called the Leadership, which is made up of Chair, Vice Chair and Rapporteur. At MMUN we also have a Secretariat, who acts as a mentor to the Bureau.  The Chair is responsible for managing the committee. One of the founding principles of the UN is the sovereignty of the member states, which is reflected in the fact that the Bureau exists to serve the member states.

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