The Montreal United Nations Conference (MUNC) is a three-day international relations simulation for students held annually in downtown Montreal. Each November, more than 500 participants congregate at Dawson College to discuss and debate global issues. Further, Montreal United Nations Conference (MUNC) emphasizes the spirit of collaboration at its conference with the aim of encouraging participants to develop workable solutions to the world’s most complex issues. Students role-play as delegates representing the Member States of the United Nations.
Moreover, Through their lively debates and exchanges, delegates experience the dynamics of international cooperation. MUNC is noteworthy for featuring committees in a Blue Division for secondary school and college students in addition to an Orange Division for university students. Further, Each division is to the knowledge and experience of the participant. The conference champions authenticity and also, realism, simulating committees that capture the spirit and work of the United Nations.
Further, their sponsor Dawson College has been instrumental in providing the support and resources to make this event possible each year, allowing them to welcome so many delegates and high-quality speakers from the international community.
This creativity and inspiration are possible through the strength and quality of their diverse staff. Also, with students from throughout Montreal and across Canada working to make this experience incredible for you. They are featuring 10 committees this year being organized by a talented group of students working hard to deliver the expectations and also, a quality that they have become known for.
|Type of Opportunity||Model United Nations|
|Event Date||22 November,2019 to 24 November,2019|