By participating in MUN, you will...

Compete in conferences at prestigious universities around the state.

Analyze groundbreaking issues that threaten the peace and security of our world.

Develop communication and public speaking skills to influence others.

Connect with new people with foreign perspectives from all around the world.

We live in a rapidly developing and increasingly interconnected world where change is the only constant. Unfortunately, change doesn’t benefit everyone equally. Globalization has led to a world filled with new possibilities, both positive and negative. While some populations thrive, others are failing, due to war, poverty and natural disasters. The problems are complex and varied, but one issue lies at the heart: disparity – disparity in income, rights, resources, opportunity and mobility. Whether these disparities are linked to race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, or economic class, the collective results can be seen in unsound economies, social unrest, and disenfranchised citizenries.

In September 2000, 189 countries recognized this and took a promising first step. Following the United Nations Millennium Summit Meeting, these nations developed a plan to address goals in eight areas: poverty and hunger, education, gender equality, child mortality, maternal health, eradication of disease, environmental sustainability, and economic development. Progress has been slow and uneven, but the commitment stands.

But we have fun too!

At Conferences

At conferences, when we aren't in committee session of course, we like to go out and make new traditions, like our DMUN midnight boba tradition!


At Social Events

After conferences and just in general, MVMUN delegates like to have fun! Check out our facebook page for more pictures :)