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Model United Nations: The Basics


A Model United Nations conference (short MUN conference), is a simulation of the United Nations that takes place over several days. It connects dedicated pupils from all over the world by providing a platform to collectively draft solutions for pressing global issues.

One or several delegates in one delegation represent a nation’s position and act in its interest within one of the UN’s committees.


Students engage in diplomatic negotiations with representatives of other nations both during and outside of official committee sessions to reach consensus on topics such as international security or sustainable economic development.


Bridging team effort and individual debating skills, as well as fuelling determination and increasing the motivation to reach mutual ground on controversial topics. This holistic approach towards the simulation includes English as the official conference language and formal attire. 

Was ist eine MUN?

Conference Theme of 2022:

To Be Announced

LakeMUN | Online Edition: Applications




Application for single delegates
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Application for delegations

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Application for delegates in delegations
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Application for delegates from ZU
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LakeMUN Procedure | Rules of Procedure


The Rules of Procedure can be found in the PDF below:



What we did in 2019​

The forums simulated were:

Special Political and Decolonization Committee (SPECPOL) Beginner

Topic: The current situation in Venezuela

Disarmament and International Security Commitee (DISEC) - Intermediate


Topic: Measurements against illicit trafficking of small & middle sized arms & weapons in conflicts & post-conflict countries

United Nations Security Council (UNSC) - Intermediate

Topic: Finding a peaceful solution for south Ossetia

World Trade Organization (WTO) - Intermediate


Topic: Enhancing equal access to the international trade market taking into account the SDGs


North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) - Advanced


Topic A: The future of transatlantic cooperation regarding the defense against cyber-attacks.

Topic B: The future of the INF-Treaty

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