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MUN

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Transcript of MUN

Model United Nations sharing
2015. 8. 4

MUN varies
UNAUSA
MUNs in real life
WORK HARD,

play hard
the research binder
May be tough.
Hold your head up.
About training
highlight
the main issues & conflicts

http://bestdelegate.com/a-good-delegate-and-the-best-delegate-key-differences/

http://bestdelegate.com/the-dos-and-donts-of-model-un-a-beginners-guide-to-achieving-success/
How MUN changes me?
MUN has helped me
to embrace my faults.
to speak on the stage.
to be a better leader.
MUN opened a door for me to explore new places.
I met my best friend HERE!
Go Girl!
This is Charlene!
THIMUN
YMUN-T
MUN Institute
TMUN-J

NYS
BiMUN

Uganda, YMUN-T (May 2014)
MUN Institute at Harvard (Aug 2014)
China, TMUN-J(Dec2014)
Best Delegate
JMUN
(Dec 2014)
Founder, Lecturer, Chair
USA, BiMUN (Apr 2015)
Ambassador
Honorable Mention

Junior Model United Nations
2 days intense training
45 juniors
overview of MUN
Join us!
Taipei Model United Nations
MUN Institute at Harvard
30 delegates
from Tunisia, Columbia, Monaco
5 days intense training
A position paper a day
Issues:
Child Soldier, Nigeria
Climate Change, Germany
Drones, Saudi Arabia
http://mun.bestdelegate.com/
Yale Model United Nations: Taipei
First-time MUNer
I was freaked-out.
I was depressed.
BUT I eventually worked it out.
Workshops
The privilege of an "unknown" nation
Issue:
A Need for Food, Drug, and Consumer Product Intervention
A place to start
Raise the placard whenever you can
Issue:
Syria's Issue
Budapest International Model United Nations
300 delegates. 14 committees.30 delegations.
Ambassador's soiree
Meet the expert
Feel the culture
Issue:
Solving the Syria's crisis
Crisis: North-South Korea
Keep faith & carry on
#feeltheconference
MUN makes you a better person.
MUN
=
FUN
!
Does the command of English matter?
A TOOL! but won't stop you.
read the poetry out loud
http://www.poetryfoundation.org/browse/
Find your tune. Watch movies. Read novels.
Begin Again. Her. Dan Brown's
.
practice. practice. AND PRACTICE.
Where else can we use MUN skills?
Social Events
Delegate’s Dance
Interview
It boosts your application
About research
Set your homepage
ex. The Guardian, Aljazeera
Advanced--The Economist
http://www.economist.com/news/international/21651558-week-makeover-milan-women-combat-and-distorting-effects-debt-pick-our-week
Start from something interesting
ex. Buzzfeed http://www.buzzfeed.com/
Speech & Debate
Hook - Point - Action 
Be the best listener
address criticisms/attacks
quote other speakers’
Agree, and then refute
The essentials 
Research
Background guides
Past Resolutions, Conventions, and other relevant international action
Trend/Analysis Reports
News Articles
Reports of the Secretary-General

The essentials
Solutions
“Mind Map”
Actual proposed action from your country (recent speeches)
National or regional frameworks (successfully implemented in your country for similar issues)

Recommendation
The Learning Network
http://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/?_r=0

If you have any inquiries...
http://bestdelegate.com/
http://www.unausa.org/
OR YOU CAN 
Email us! 
Charlene-
hsinlei.w@gmail.com
Sophia-
vbnm8787@gmail.com
Private & Public School
FOOD & SALAD
Some last words...
Getting a very clear idea of the
stance
of your country regarding international affairs is I think a thing you should work on in order for you to get to know how your country would react. And definitely
consult the other delegates
on that since your delegation didnt seem to have a consistent policy.
Let's try it!
Like our FAN PAGE!
A clip from JMUNers!
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