Change the World Model United Nations (CWMUN) New York 2020
Location: New York City
Date: March 27-29, 2020
Deadline: November 30, 2019
Details: The Change the World Model United Nations (CWMUN) is an annual international meeting attended by more than 3500 students from all over the world, in which they debate the major issues of the international political agenda.
Thanks to the work done through the years; students develop leadership, research, writing, public speaking skills as well as problem solving expertise. An active participation encourage consensus building through mediation and negotiation, conflict resolution and the ability to rapidly build friendly and profitable relations among people.
Additionally, the Change the World Model United Nations – one in a hundreds MUN Conferences – every year selects and plans special educational activities choosing among the most important global issues to be addressed to the Committees (for example: global warming and climate change, water shortages and sanitation, peace and security, human rights , poverty and hunger, social and economic development , globalization). During our Conference, students from different countries work together in order to present concrete solutions to the matters under discussion, as if they were in a real world forum, studying and discussing key geopolitical issues.
- Open to mid-school, high school and University student
- If you are a young leaders from any part of the world.
- Ability to pay the conference fee and cover all expenses to New York (scholarships may be available for conference fees)
- Accurately reproducing the actual working procedures of the major UN multilateral bodies, CWMUN gives participants the opportunity to take on the role of ambassadors to the UN, representing the viewpoint of a single Member State or a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) within several different committees. During the conference, students from different countries cooperate with each other to build concrete proposals, negotiate to reach consensus, and eventually pass resolutions that represent the results of an intercultural creative process addressed to face our world’s most pressing troubles.