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United Nations Headquarters in New York, 15-20 August 2018

Model United Nations Conference (UA-MUNC)

Proudly Introducing:


**Dates are confirmed**

Committees, Councils, and Topics: UA-MUNC is a pioneering UN4MUN (Model United Nations) Conference, providing the world's most accurate, cutting-edge, advanced and fun simulation of the United Nations. Throughout this dynamic simulation of the UN, delegates will have an unparalleled opportunity to engage in a Model UN setting that accurately mirrors how UN meetings are conducted, all while discussing critical topics that are currently a priority on the real United Nations agenda. The conference will host 2 General Assembly Committees,  2 Security Council Committees and for the first time in Model UN history, it will introduce new committees within the UN4MUN Platform including the ECOSOC High-Level Political Forum.


UA-MUNC NYC 2018 Theme:

The Road to Achieving Peaceful, Just, Inclusive Societies, Global Partnerships, and Strong Institutions for Sustainable Global Development.

General Assembly High-Level Summit on the Rights of Refugees and Migrants.

University Level (Ages 17+)

Topic: Strengthening the governance of international migration and creating a coordinated, predictable system of response to large movements of refugees and migrants worldwide.

















Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Global Development:

University Level (Ages 17+)

Topic: Ensuring access to clean water, sanitation, healthcare, basic education, and modern energy for all. Address obstacles and opportunities to building safe, inclusive, resilient, sustainable cities in developing countries. 
















Security Council A

University Level (Ages 17+)

Topic: Evaluating the effectiveness of Visa blockades and travel bans in maintaining international peace and security and their impact on building peaceful, inclusive societies worldwide.
















MUN ACTION: The Voice of YOUth!

University Level (Ages 17+)

Topic: The role of youth leaders in advancing SDG 16: promoting peaceful inclusive societies, tolerance, respect for diversity, social justice, equal opportunity and dignity for all, through and in Model UN. How we can leverage the power of technology to have an impact - today.




General Assembly Third Committee:

(Social, Humanitarian and Cultural):

High-School Level (Ages 13+)

Topic: Emphasizing the role of every nation and all its stakeholders in advancing human rights, promoting tolerance & reconciliation, ensuring equal opportunity and fostering peaceful co-existence among faiths & ethnicities in increasingly diverse societies worldwide.
















General Assembly High-Level Summit on Gender Equality and Female Empowerment.

High-School Level (Ages 13+)

Topic: The Female Millenial: Women’s economic empowerment amidst challenges in today's changing world of work. End all violence against women. Address the role of media and communications technology as an instrument for female empowerment.

















Security Council B

High School Level (Ages 13+)

Topic: Immediate measures to protect women and children in natural disaster and armed conflict.  Prevention and prosecution against human trafficking, exploitation, or forced labor in conflict-affected zones.


















University Level (Ages 18+)

Simulation Parties to the Case: Turkey Vs. Syria

Topic  A - Primary Focus: Application of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination. 

Topic B (Secondary): Application of the International Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism.












Regular Registration Deadline: June 15th, 2018

Late Registration Deadline: June 30th, 2018




Note: This conference is organized by United Ambassadors, a  global non-profit education organization. Seats are limited. Early registration is advised.

For questions on UA-MUNC New York, please email

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