next Saturday (May 20) our first all-day training simulation will take place in the ZEF (Zentrum für Entwicklungsforschung; Genscher-Allee/ vorher: Walter-Flex-Straße 3) from 10am to 4pm.
The topic of our debate is „Detained Minors: Rights of Children in Prison“, which will be discussed in the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC).
If you are interested in the MUN world, in our association and would like to slip into a role of another country to learn more about its position, we recommend you to join our MUN Workshop in a relaxed atmosphere. You will gain lots of experience (and maybe some of you can overcome their inhibitions) and have lots of fun. 🙂
Afterwards, we would like to have a barbecue. Unfortunately, we can only afford to supply coffee, water and cookies for the debate, so please bring your own food and drinks for the evening.
To make the whole workshop as real as possible and to create the MUN atmosphere, we decided to also follow the MUN dress code.
MUN is a formal event with a dress code that has to be followed by every delegate.
For boys: formal, chic -> it is recommended to wear a suit and a tie; formal shirt; shoes should be formal and appropriate for the event
For girls: formal, chic -> it is recommended to wear a blouse and a blazer, dark trousers, skirt or dress of appropriate fitting, length, and color; shoes should be formal and appropriate for the event
If you would like to participate and join our little MUN adventure, please send us an email (email@example.com) and also tell us the country you would like to represent (at least 3 wishes) and you would like to prepare for.
We look forward to seeing you next week! 🙂
Your ExCom and Activity Team