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The UCL Model United Nations Society runs activities centred on the United Nations. Model United Nations (or MUN) is an academic simulation of the debate and procedures followed at the UN. You assume the role of a delegate of a country that you are assigned and you debate and write resolutions on pressing world issues. Model UN is an activity where you can sharpen your public speaking, debating and negotiation skills along with learning about the UN and international politics.

We offer weekly training sessions, friendly socials, great speakers and a chance to travel. We send delegations to numerous conferences hosted by other universities across the UK and Europe, such as Cambridge, York and Paris. We also host our very own conference around the end of January, which gives our own members a chance to get involved, either by participating as a chair or delegate or helping to organise the conference.

We also run a volunteering program with secondary schools across London, where we go and teach students the basics of MUN. Volunteers receive special training from UCL and the Society.

Weekly sessions 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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