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Adult Model United Nations

A Virtual Security Council Simulation for Adults

December 5th, 2020 | 10:00 – 1:00 pm PDT

Missed out during high school or college on Model United Nations (MUN)? Here is your chance!
Are you a professional, retiree or curious parent wondering what the U.N. Security Council (UNSC) is all about? Come join us for this unique opportunity to “walk in the shoes” of a delegate to our 6th Adult Model U.N. Security Council simulation.
Experience first hand the power of resolving conflicts that go beyond your countries boundaries. Engage in the 3 hour virtual event as we debate Carbon Emissions as a Global Security Threat upon Escalating Tensions between the United States and China.
To ensure you enjoy your experience, we provide you with background and assistance on rules, procedures and country profiles. We advise on best practices to prepare you for this fun, real-life simulation of this decision-making body of the United Nations.

Entirely virtual, this year we will be debating a crucial topic:
Climate Change and Global Security | Maintenance of International Peace and Security

Spots are limited to the 15 member countries and 10 observers, register TODAY!

What is the United Nations Security Council?

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) is the only UN body with the ability to put forth concrete concerted actions concerning a particular global security issue. For more information on working methods of the Security Council SEE HERE.

As a Delegate at the simulated Security Council you will represent one of it’s fifteen (15) members. You will be asked to adhere to your country’s specific policies by familiarizing yourself with its past resolutions, affiliations and geopolitical allies. In other words, become a true Delegate of this country and stay in character throughout the simulation. 

All fifteen (15) Member States of the United Nations Security Council serve to seek resolutions to prevent and contain global security threats. In this simulated case, we seek resolutions to prevent and contain global security threats as global warming effects continue to worsen, while tensions escalate between the United States, China, and potential 3rd parties. For more background on current discussions regarding climate and security please SEE HERE.

UNSC member states 2020

Belgium, China, Dominican Republic, Estonia, France, Germany, Indonesia, Niger, Russian Federation, San Vincent and the Grenadines, South Africa, Tunisia, United Kingdom, United States, Vietnam.