We strongly believe that multilateral diplomacy, going through the bodies of the only supranational organization that brings every nation to the table, is the only way to solve the world’s most pressing issues in a sustainable way. While acknowledging all legitimate criticisms aimed at the UN, we want to highlight and promote the positive effects it had and will continue to have on mankind.
Tolerance for diverging opinions, respectful and constructive interaction and the acknowledgement of the universal human rights are the fundamental principles of the United Nations. Not only do we share these values here at Zeppelin University, we also want to convey them to participants of LakeMUN - the diplomats of tomorrow.
It is furthermore our mission to broaden the students’ understanding of political structures and international relations. At LakeMUN, students are made aware of problems with international importance. This is achieved through insight from professional diplomats and politicians, professional workshops and of course the debates within the committees and councils.
Another ambition of ours is to make students assess controversial issues from a novel perspective as they might be required to uphold a policy that is not necessarily in line with their personal views.
All those points combined make us believe that LakeMUN can play a decisive role in political education.
Because politics matters!
From left to right: Nikolas Schäfer, Laurenz Braamlage, Max Drummond, Neele Abt, Konstantin Wandel, Larissa Greul, Paul Wolf, Melanie Weiser
Konstantin Wandel - Conference Manager
Konstantin is studying Sociology, Politics and Economics in his third year at Zeppelin University. Fascinated by any and all procedures and discussions on international politics at the highest, supranational level, Konstantin decided to partake in and now organize Model United Nations Conferences.
He will be responsible for organizing this year’s LakeMUN conference at the Lake of Constance, hoping to inspire High schoolers to partake and become interested in international affairs. As part of the Club of International Politics, he is further responsible for organizing talks and acquiring the financial means to do so. In hopes that this year’s LakeMUN conference will be able to be held in person, he is looking forward to an exciting 2021!