DELEGATES 2018

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REGISTRATION CLOSED (waiting list open)

 

Dear MUN Director/Delegation Managers,

we look forward to each and every delegation participating the ZAMUN 2018 conference. It will be our pleasure to welcome you to our city and hope you will get an enriching educational experience. 

See you soon in Žilina Model United Nations!

FEBRUARY: we will collect your individual registrations and allocate you to the committees

MARCH: study guides will be published, free time preferences will be collected

APRIL: delegates will be asked to send their Policy Statements (for their committee and GA)

Registered schools and partners:

Amity Group of Schools, India
ELCJHL schools, Palestine
The British Club Language School, Magnitogorsk, Russia
LYCÉE MICHEL RODANGE, Luxembourg
WITTEKIND GYMNASIUM, Germany
I LICEUM OGÓLNOKSZTAŁCĄCE IM. MIKOŁAJA KOPERNIKA, Poland
IEC MIGUEL CATALAN, Spain
Karolinska gymnasiet,Örebro, Sweden
Rudolph-Brandes-Gymnasium Bad Salzuflen, Germany
Institut de la Providence, Belgium
Lycée Hubert Clément Esch, Luxembourg
Gymnasium 117 named after Lesia Ukrainka, Ukraine
Private Bilingual High School BESST, Trnava, Slovakia
Evanjelické lýceum, Bratislava, Slovakia
Škola pre Mimoriadne Nadané Deti a Gymnázium, Bratislava, Slovakia
Gymnázium Pavla Horova, Michalovce, Slovakia
Evanjelické gymnázium, Martin, Slovakia
Súkromné gymnázium, Žilina, Slovakia

Organizing school:
Gymnázium bilingválne, T. Ružičku 3, Žilina, Slovakia

Basic information:

Arrival date - 18. April 2018

Departure day - 21. April (or later)

Basic fee - 25€ (3xlunch, coffee breaks, kit, materials)

Accommodation - host families or partner hotels (starting 25€/night with breakfast). If needed, we provide a 60€ credit per school for one teacher accommodation.

Full delegation support guaranteed.

ECOSOC WTO  UNESCO UNHRC UNSC    
The issue of harmonizing and integrating Global Primary education Quality of products and environmental standards under TAFTA The question of Incorporating the issue of climate change into public education. Evaluating potential human rights infringements by technological development The crisis in South Sudan    
United States of America United States of America United States of America United States of America United States of America 5 Škola pre Mimoriadne Nadané Deti a Gymnázium
Russian Federation Russian Federation Russian Federation Russian Federation Russian Federation 5 Institut de la Providence
People's Republic of China People's Republic of China People's Republic of China People's Republic of China People's Republic of China 5 Súkromné gymnázium, Žilina
United Kingdom United Kingdom United Kingdom United Kingdom United Kingdom 5 Gymnasium 117, Ukraine
French Republic French Republic French Republic French Republic French Republic 5 Private Bilingual High School BESST
Federal Republic of Germany Federal Republic of Germany Federal Republic of Germany Federal Republic of Germany Federal Republic of Germany 5 Evanjelické lýceum, Bratislava
Kingdom of the Netherlands Kingdom of the Netherlands Kingdom of the Netherlands Kingdom of the Netherlands Kingdom of the Netherlands 5 Wittekind-Gymnasium
Canada Canada Canada Canada   4 Lycée Michel-Rodange
Republic of India Republic of India Republic of India Republic of India   4  
Republic of Finland Republic of Finland Republic of Finland Republic of Finland   4 Rudolph-Brandes-Gymnasium
Republic of Korea Republic of Korea Republic of Korea Republic of Korea   4 I LICEUM OGÓLNOKSZTAŁCĄCE IM. MIKOŁAJA KOPERNIKA
Japan   Japan Japan   3 Rudolph-Brandes-Gymnasium
  Italian Republic Italian Republic Italian Republic   3 AMITY
Democratic People's Republic of Korea Democratic People's Republic of Korea   Democratic People's Republic of Korea   3 Gymnasium 117, Ukraine
Arab Republic of Egypt   Arab Republic of Egypt   Arab Republic of Egypt 3 Evanjelické lýceum, Bratislava
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Kingdom of Saudi Arabia   Kingdom of Saudi Arabia   3 Evanjelické gymnázium, Martin
State of Israel   State of Israel State of Israel   3 Gymnasium 117, Ukraine
  Republic of Poland   Republic of Poland Republic of Poland 3 BRITCLUB Russia
  Kingdom of Sweden Kingdom of Sweden   Kingdom of Sweden 3 BRITCLUB Russia
Kingdom of Spain Kingdom of Spain   Kingdom of Spain   3 Gymnázium bilingválne
Swiss Confederation   Swiss Confederation Swiss Confederation   3 Rudolph-Brandes-Gymnasium
Kingdom of Denmark Kingdom of Denmark Kingdom of Denmark     3 Lycée Michel-Rodange
  Federative Republic of Brazil   Federative Republic of Brazil   2 Evanjelické gymnázium, Martin
    Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Islamic Republic of Afghanistan   2  
Syrian Arab Republic     Syrian Arab Republic   2  
  Commonwealth of Australia   Commonwealth of Australia   2 Lycée Hubert Clément Esch
  United Mexican States   United Mexican States   2  
    Republic of the Philippines Republic of the Philippines   2 Gymnázium Pavla Horova Michalovce
      Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia 2  
People's Republic of Bangladesh   People's Republic of Bangladesh     2 IEC MIGUEL CATALAN
Ukraine Ukraine       2  
  Republic of South Africa Republic of South Africa     2 AMITY
       Republic of Peru  Republic of Peru 2  
Plurinational State of Bolivia       Plurinational State of Bolivia 2  
Republic of South Sudan       Republic of South Sudan 2  
Republic of the Sudan       Republic of the Sudan 2 IEC MIGUEL CATALAN
   Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela    Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela   2  
The Federal Republic of Nigeria   The Federal Republic of Nigeria     2 Institut de la Providence
Republic of the Union of Myanmar   Republic of the Union of Myanmar     2 Evanjelické lýceum, Bratislava
 Islamic Republic of Iran    Islamic Republic of Iran     2 I LICEUM OGÓLNOKSZTAŁCĄCE IM. MIKOŁAJA KOPERNIKA
  Slovak Republic Slovak Republic     2 AMITY
 Islamic Republic of Pakistan    Islamic Republic of Pakistan     2  
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Secretary General Welcome

Honorable delegates, teachers, esteemed guests, and attendees,

It is my absolute pleasure, as the Secretary General, to welcome you all to the 7th annual Zilina Model United Nations conference. Although I am not from Zilina myself, nor do I live there, this small beautiful city holds a very special place in my heart; and I have ZaMUN to thank for it. I remember attending the very first ZaMUN back in 2012, when I was 16 years old, never anticipating the impact that this conference could have on me. Now, 6 conferences later, I am fully invested in making the conference have the same strong and unforgettable impression on other students.

Having attended more than 15 MUN conferences throughout my high school and university life, I can say with utmost honesty that one can never fully pinpoint what makes each conference unique and amazing. People might often have the same answer and/or explanation as to why each conference went over brilliantly, yet I always see that each experience is different when I see students hard at work in committees, when I seem them passionately make speeches and put in extra effort into making their voice heard in the process of making a resolution. You can never repeat the experience in the exact same way, which is why I attend so many MUN conferences and will always remain loyal to ZaMUN. It is because I feel that each experience has something new to offer, both to experienced and newcomer delegates. This experience gains more value and depth when looking at the content and context of what goes on within.

Every year, MUN conferences challenge young students to tackle world crises and problems as representatives of countries, to come up with a comprehensive and complete resolution. This teaches students commitment, dedication and the importance of a work ethic. Moreover, students can improve their debating skills, as well as speaking and writing abilities. What remains, however, is the unforgettable aspect of meeting new people and finding new friends. This atmosphere allows young students to meet other inspired and motivated students, an act wherein you will find the strongest impact from MUNs overall. I am incredibly excited to meet you all, and cannot wait to show you what the city of Zilina and the ZaMUN organizing team has to offer.

Sincerely, Nastaran A.Motlagh

Nastaran A.Motlagh