Delegates of all levels are welcome. The only requirement to apply is a good command of the English language. For more advanced committees (ICC, UNSC) prior MUN experience or relevant area of study at university is strongly encouraged.
Committees and Type
Topics for each committee posted below
Topics (information about application below)
UNFCCC – UN Conference on Climate Change
(A) Water and UNFCCC: Water conservation and pollution mitigation.
UNHCR – UN Refugees Committee
(A) Syrian Refugees in Lebanon
ICC – International Criminal Court
Case: The Prosecutor versus Joseph Kony
LoN – League of Nations Council (1920-1945)
(A) Resolving the Poland-Lithuanian War (October 1920)
G20 – Group of Twenty Summit
(A) Increasing growth and competitiveness through digitalisation
UNSC – UN Security Council
Topic: The Situation in Aleppo Syria in the Aftermath of its Liberation
Payment is due 5 working days after receiving an email with bank details. Please be aware that it can take up to 5 working days for this email to be sent to you. Failure to comply with this deadline will result in the withdrawal of your application.
Delegate Fee: 35 EURO or 150 PLN
This fee covers participation costs in both the conference (April 28-30) and the pre-programme (April 27), Three Lunches at the UEK canteen (April 28-30), and one social event (April 28). There is a 10% discount on Delegate Fees for Delegation Applications (3-6 delegates).
Are you a Beginner?
The Secretary General is running workshops from 12:00-16:30 as part of the KrakMUN 2017 Pre-Programme on 27 April. New delegates are encouraged to attend.
The programme will consist of: Rules & Procedures Introduction and Training (12:00-13:00), a Flow of Debate Workshop (13:00-14:00), Resolution Writing Workshop (14:30-15:30), and an Introduction to the United Nations System (15:30-16:30). These workshops are free to all delegates. If you already have some MUN background, you are still welcome to pick and choose any of these workshops
If you ever have any question about procedures, use the “Point of Parliamentary Enquiry” to ask a question to your chairs. Their job is to help everyone understand and follow the Rules & Procedures.
Language and Difficulty
Delegates from all backgrounds are welcome to apply for any committee; however, some delegates may find content in some committees harder than in others. Choose the field in which you are most interested in. Rules & Procedures. All committees are simulated in English. G20, ICJ, and UNSC contain slightly more advanced English in the Study Guide compared to other committees.
Don’t know which one is right for you? Message the Secretary General with your details for advice: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chairing applications are now closed. You may be added to the chairing waitlist if you have applied as a delegate by simply sending a message to the Secretary General requesting to be added to the Waitlist at email@example.com
• excellent command of MUN rules & procedures
• fluent in the English language (C2 and above)
• availability in Krakow from 27.04.17 (5pm) to 30.04.17 (5pm)
For questions related to payments and logistics, message USG for Delegates (Danuta Gruszka) – firstname.lastname@example.org
For questions related to topics, study guides, and chairing issues, contact the Secretary General (Michal Wichowski) – email@example.com