M.U.N. is an academic simulation of the United Nations.
Students are assigned to represent a nation in an engaging debate regarding the
pressing morale issues that the global community faces. The different divisions
in M.U.N. cover a diverse range of topics including global health, environment,
security, finance, economies, human rights, and development. It helps
familiarize students with the UN procedures as well as the variety of global
events that occur in the world. In addition, M.U.N. teaches delegates the
importance of negotiations and listening to others as they work with other
nations in hopes of producing a comprehensive resolution to address the topic
of debate. M.U.N. is also an enriching experience as it encourages students to
investigate and be considerate of perspectives other than their own.
Teacher Sponsor: Mr.
Yip (Room 220)
Although you need to be in grade 10 and up to attend the
M.U.N. Conference, all grade 8’s and 9’s are invited to attend meetings to get
a sense of what M.U.N. is about. Please
see one of the people listed above or attend one of our regular meetings on Friday
at lunch in room 220. Listen to the
announcements or see the hallways monitors to see when we are meeting next.