UNDPI 2013 MUN Workshops Announced

Two Model UN (MUN) Workshops are being organized by the United Nations Department of Public Information (UNDPI) this summer. The first will be held from 8–11 July 2013 in partnership with the United Nations Information Service (UNIS) in Vienna and the United Nations Youth and Student Association of Austria (UNYSA-Austria). The second will be held from 26-29 August 2013 at UN Headquarters in New York.The workshops will focus on giving MUN organizers a basic understanding of the Rules and Procedures of the General Assembly, the discussion and action phases of General Assembly Committee meetings, what you need to know when drafting resolutions, the duties and responsibilities of the UN Secretariat and General Assembly officials, the Security Council Rules and Procedures, and more.

There is no registration fee for students or faculty advisors who are eligible to attend the 2013 MUN Workshops. However, once accepted, participants will be responsible for all travel and living costs during the four-day workshops.

The call for applications to both workshops will be announced soon.

7 thoughts on “UNDPI 2013 MUN Workshops Announced

  1. I would like to attend UNDPI 2013 MUN Workshops . How do I attend here

    • Dear Md. Mejba Habibulla
      More details will be published as soon as they are available. Stay tuned!

  2. I would like to be a part of such event or workshop. But how would I come to learn about my probability of getting chance to join?

    • Dear Sadia Chowdhury
      More details will be published as soon as they are available. If you are interested in other projects, have a look at the description of our Workinr Groups, contact the Officers or UNYANET directly via our contact form: http://unyanet.org/contact/

  3. To attend the workshop to be held from 26-29 August 2013 at UN Headquarters in New York, what is the eligibility criterion for the students around the world?

    • Dear Md Shadidul Islam
      More details will be published as soon as they are available. Stay tuned!