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The UCLU Model United Nations society runs activities centred on the United Nations. These include simulations where a delegate represents a specific country's position in debates on a world issue. These can be as diverse as malaria prevention in the WHO to a no-fly zone in the Security Council. The ultimate aim is to pass a resolution addressing the topic.

We run a schools programme with the VSU, and currently work with four schools across London. Volunteers receive special training from UCL and are reimbursed for their expenses.

Model United Nations society is not only for the people interested in debating or the United Nations, but also for those who would like to improve their public speaking and negotiation skills. We also offer friendly socials, great speakers and the opportunity to travel around the UK and internationally, to places such as New York, Oxford and Warwick.

Meetings are held at the UCL campus on Tuesdays from 6-8pm, rooms will be confirmed closer to the start of term.

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UCLU Model United Nations Society have signed the Zero Tolerance to Sexual Harassment Pledge.