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SECURITY COUNCIL. Day One.

Why LDAMUN?

Published on February 20, 2017

Model United Nations, also known as MUN, is an actual simulation of the United Nations.

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The working session in the Security Council was opened with the proper team-building in order for the delegates to get to know each other. The Directors Anna Bratek and Samuel Körner definitely knew that in the context of such not numerous committee as the Security Council it is especially vital to establish constructive working environment.

 

Terms & Conditions

Published on February 16, 2017

Early bid fees (registration until 15 of April)

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Apply For Conference

Published on February 16, 2017

When you apply, you declare your full reception of all the rules you can find here: Terms and conditions, and should read carefully before applying. Keep in mind that you will have to sign it at a check in before a conference.

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Introduction was followed up by the basic description of the Rules of Procedure. After that, the first agenda was chosen by the delegates, and that day was entirely dedicated to the issue of the post-civil war Colombia. Both of the Directors were notably supportive; their vast MUN experience made them totally dedicated to helping the delegates to improve they presenting and negotiating skills. Provided that, the nervous atmosphere in the beginning of the session quickly faded away. Whenever there was a mistake concerning the Rules, it was always indicated in a polite and friendly manner – in the most professional way possible.

 

After presenting their position papers, the delegates promptly proceeded to the work on the drafts. This is when the overall atmosphere turned into a truly intense and busy one: the specific nature of this committee and its mandatory decisions came into play. So did the relevant agenda the delegates have chosen. Ana Bratek elaborated on this: “We discuss it in such significant committee as the Security Council because a half-resolved conflict is as dangerous as an ongoing one. Look what have happened to Yemen, which was literally forgotten over the civil war in Syria and the rise of the ISIS. Since any unresolved conflict deepens the numerous humanitarian issues, it is essential to discuss it here, while it is not too late”.

 

How To Register

Published on February 15, 2017

First step to register for the conference is to fill delegate registration form

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Being a first-time delegate in the Security Council is always a challenge. While for some delegates it was difficult to separate their subjective opinions and the official positions of the states they represent, the others struggled with rather stressful negotiating process as it was. True, the Security Council remains the committee of an unprecedented level of tensions; however, this kind of intensive MUN experience is definitely a rewarding one – and the following sessions are likely to prove it.

Conference Venue

Published on February 14, 2017

Ivane Javakhishvili State University also known as Tbilisi State University. This is the place, where our conference will be held.

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