Resources

Here you will find a variety of tools and information to help you prepare for a Model UN conference, bring Model UN into your classroom, and learn more about the activity. Lessons provided are typically editable templates that you can modify and adjust as you see fit, to suit your needs and best practices. Topics include: 

  • Research and Conference Preparation: What is the UN, and how does it work? What do I need to know in order to be ready for the conference? Where can I find that information?

  • Position Papers: What is a position paper? What information needs to be included? How do you structure and format a position paper? What are some things conferences look for when evaluating position papers?

  • Rules of Procedure and Flow of Debate: How does debate run at a Model UN Conference? What happens during debate, and in what order? What are the rules of Model UN and how can a delegate use them advantageously?

  • Public Speaking, Diplomacy and Negotiation: How can delegates communicate effectively in committee? How should they conduct themselves while they are playing the role of diplomats? What are some strategies they can use to influence the committee?

  • Resolutions: What is a resolution and what is its purpose? What is the structure and syntax of a resolution? What should be included in an effective and worthwhile resolution, and what should be avoided?

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Research and Conference Preparation

What is the UN, and how does it work? What do I need to know in order to be ready for the conference? Where can I find that information?

 

Position Papers

What is a position paper? What information needs to be included? How do you structure and format a position paper? What are some things conferences look for when evaluating position papers?

Rules of Procedure and Flow of Debate

How does debate run at a Model UN Conference? What happens during debate, and in what order? What are the rules of Model UN and how can a delegate use them advantageously?

Public Speaking, Diplomacy and Negotiation

How can delegates communicate effectively in committee? How should they conduct themselves while they are playing the role of diplomats? What are some strategies they can use to influence the committee?

 

Resolutions

What is a resolution and what is its purpose? What is the structure and syntax of a resolution? What should be included in an effective and worthwhile resolution, and what should be avoided?

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