MiniMUN Conference – February 2016

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Practice makes the master

Event Description

A MiniMUN conference – as the name suggests – is a day-long simulation of United Nations bodies and committees as well as other international organizations. We always try to aim for the most lifelike scenarios and modellings, thus – with the inclusion of the system of Interconnectivity – the cooperation and interactions of the three modeled councils will be harmonized. Every year we organize more MiniMUN conferences in order to provide opportunity for our members to practice a little before attending bigger international conferences. Besides, these events are always good platforms to test new features we would like to include in our yearly international conference, MUNAPEST.

At this MiniMUN, delegates had the chance to try themselves as foreign ministers in the African Union or financial experts in our brand new Special Financial Committee. In one of the councils there was a heated debate about how to reform the African Standby Force, while next door delegates were arguing about whether to finance the different projects proposed by the African countries or not. All in all, we hope that everyone enjoyed the day and we were glad to see that the interconnectivity system once again proved to be working.

Event Details

  • Date: 27th February 2016
  • Participants: 35
  • Main focus: Opportunity to practice before bigger conferences and to try out new features of Munapest