What is a Model United Nations (MUN) conference?
At an MUN conference, students from all around the world simulate a United Nations conference together. Participants, known as delegates, represent a country (preferably not one’s own country) in a committee such as the Security Council, the Human Rights Council, the NATO or the European Union. Students can learn about the United Nations and its rules, diplomacy and international relations, politics and economics.
In 2002, BIMUN/SINUB e. V. was founded by students of Bonn University with the goal to hold an annual Model United Nations conference.
Ever since, teams of volunteering students have supported and extended the association’s activities such as the organization of the MUN conference in Bonn, of a weekly Lecture Series and of regular Get-Togethers to strengthen the BIMUN/SINUB community.
Our self-conception is based on the idea of raising awareness about issues of international significance and promoting the ideals of the United Nations, especially among younger people.
The main focus of our work is to foster cultural exchange as well as political education and international understanding.
BIMUN/SINUB e.V. is a non-profit organization.
You would like to become a member?
Please download the file, fill out the membership form and send it in. (email@example.com).
If you would like to get more information about how MUNing works or about our association, please contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org).