The third annual Brentwood Model United Nations is now closed for bookings.
The Model United Nations (MUN) groups at Brentwood aim to educate pupils about the world by asking them to take on new and different perspectives and opinions. We believe that the MUN helps students to become enterprising learners in an increasingly demanding and competitive world.
MUN is a fantastic event in which to be involved, as it develops students’ research, analytical and debating skills as well as broadening their appreciation for other cultures and political beliefs.
Students are assigned a country and a committee (from Security Council, Economic and Social Council, Human Rights Council, Ecology and Environment and the World Health Assembly) and must write a resolution to one of the world’s major problems before debating, firstly individually within their committees and on the second day as a team with the other delegates from their country in the General Assembly.
On 5th and 6th December 2015 up to 200 students will be debating key world issues from the perspective of a wide range of countries.
To find out more about the event, visit the official website:
Brentwood MUN official website
For further details on the MUN please contact Tom Raffan or Bishka Chand by emailing: