Being a Model U.N. Delegate Delegates are fundamental to the Model UN Conference.
A delegate’s job is to:
Research the positions of a UN Member State, both on specific topics that will be discussed and as a general overview of that nation’s policies.
Be ready to discuss the issues with their counterparts and to prepare draft resolutions, or other documents based on the specifics of each simulation, which codify solutions to the problems.
Be ready to submit those resolutions for debate at the Conference. Attend the Conference to represent their nation in discussing the various issues presented.
Be ready to assume the role of the Distinguished Representative from their country, with all the rights and responsibilities which that entails, when they reach the floor of the Model UN Conference.
To seek solutions to the problems facing the world community, achieve consensus on issues, showing solidarity and strong support for decisions made, striving for universal agreement on resolutions, and above all, show Leadership in Action!
Topic 1: National legislation on transfer of arms, military equipment and dual-use goods and technology
Topic 2: Prevention of an arms race in outer space
Topic 1: Agricultural development, food security and nutrition
Topic 2: Promotion of sustainable tourism, including ecotourism, for poverty eradication and environmental protection
Topic 1: Promotion and protection of the rights of children
TOPIC 2: Rights of indigenous peoples
Maintenance of International Peace and Security (COVID-19)
The Situation in the Middle East
Syria, Yemen, Libya, Kashmir