LEMLP 2023 | Monrovia 2023-06-16 | 2023-06-16 | mymun


Monrovia, Liberia

Jun 16 - Jun 18, 2023


1000 delegates expected

University Students and High School Students



Dec 1, 2022 - Jun 9, 2023


Oct 25, 2022 - Jun 9, 2023

Head Delegates

Oct 25, 2022 - Jun 9, 2023

Faculty Advisor

Oct 25, 2022 - Jun 9, 2023


Oct 25, 2022 - Jun 9, 2023

Logical Exchange Model Liberia Parliament.

LEMLP seeks to bring together future generations of young Liberian leaders from all corners of Liberia to gain first-hand experience in national legislation and diplomacy, to produce high-quality resolutions aimed at bringing about the better Liberia we hope for the future; and to submit those resolutions to the national government for consideration.

The LEMLP conference begins with a series of workshops delivered by members of the National Legislature and LE-Leadership about Youth Involvement, National Development, and Leadership. Furthermore, during the first committee session, delegates will have the opportunity to engage at a high level by benefiting from the expertise of experts in their field on the committee topics. 

The LEMLP is the largest empowerment platform for youths in the Republic of Liberia; a unique concept made possible by LE-Leadership and thanks to the support of the partnering legislative missions of our National Legislature.


Guide to LEMLP Participants' Roles


A student in the role of a delegate participates fully in all conference events and committee session proceedings. At LEMLP, delegates include districts' representatives, and counties' senators. Upon acceptance, a delegate will be assigned to represent a particular district or county of Liberia. During committee sessions, a delegate represents an assigned district or county and takes part in debates and resolution writing. A delegate can apply individually or as part of a delegation.


A student in the role of an observer participates in conference events and attends committee sessions but does not take part in the debates or resolution writing. An observer does not represent any district or county during the committee sessions. The observer role is designed for inexperienced LEMLP students who want to gain a better understanding of the proceedings as well as knowledge of the discussed topics and national debate methods.

Faculty Advisor

A faculty advisor is a high school or university teacher, professor, or an organizational head accompanying a group of young students/leaders as a delegation. Faculty advisors can attend the conference events except for committee sessions. Faculty advisors must not interfere in the conference proceedings, or distract their delegates, nor are they allowed inside the committee sessions rooms unless otherwise allowed by the committee chairperson or conference staff. Faculty advisors are the point of contact and organization for conference staff members regarding their delegation.

Head Delegate

A head delegate is a young leader participating fully in the conference as a delegate with the additional responsibility of accompanying and organizing their own delegation.


A delegation is a group of students or young leaders from the same school or organization wishing to attend the LEMLP conference together. A delegation consists of delegates and a faculty advisor, or head delegate. 


Chairpersons are highly-skilled young leaders who have extensive knowledge of national legislation. Upon acceptance, such candidates would participate as chairs of various committee sections. Each committee section will consist of two chairpersons. The committee sections of the Senate will be chaired by the President of the Senate and the President Pro Tempore. The committee sections of the House of Representatives will be chaired by the Speaker and his or her deputy. Young leaders/students in such roles are responsible for the academic delivery of their assigned committee and overall committee session proceedings. Chairpersons are required to attend two scheduled workshops with our organizing team prior to the start of the conference.


A delegate selected in the journalist role takes part in all conference events, including committee sessions, with the exception that they do not participate in the debates or committee sessions proceedings. The role of the journalist is to report on the assigned committees by taking notes, fact-checking, researching, and interviewing delegates. The journalist is expected to produce news articles daily to be used on different channels, including but not limited to our social media pages.


Applying Individually VS Applying as a delegation

An individual delegate applies as a person not as part of a School/College/University/organization group. Delegations are groups organized by a Society/Club/University/School member accompanied by Chaperons.

To apply as a delegation (Group), please review this registration guide

Acceptance Criteria

 Delegate or Head Delegate

  • High School or University Student
  • Age 16-25
  • No prior experience required
  • Delegate will be assigned as a district representative, or a county senator.
  • Experienced delegates are assigned to more difficult committees.

Faculty Advisor

  • Must be an Academic teacher, Educational staff member, or  the head of an organization group.
  • No age rage apply to this role.


  • High School or University Student
  • Age 16-25
  • No prior LEMLP Experience required
  • Limited Spots


  • Student or Youth Leader
  • Age 20-27
  • Should be a highly-skilled young leaders who have extensive knowledge of national legislation.
  • Strong leadership experience. 

Journalist (UN News Center)

  • University Student of a relevant major to journalist
  • Age 16-25
  • Somehow skilled in researching, fact-checking, journalism writing & reporting, and interviewing 
  • Limited Spots


Conference Fees

Registration Fees

  • Delegate Fee: 20 
  • Delegation Fee: 30 USD/Delegation (Additional surcharge)
  • Faculty Advisor: 20 USD/person
  • Head Delegate: 20 USD
  • Journalist: Fees Exemption
  • Chairperson: Fees Exemption


  • Applicant must be a Liberian
  • Access to all conference events between 16-18 JUN 2023 is included in the registration fees. 
  • Accommodation, Transportation, Meals & Beverages are NOT included in the registration fees
  • Please check the criteria of each role as above before making the payment. 
  • Delegations should pay the delegation fee on top of the fee for each Delegate, Head Delegate, Faculty Advisor and Observer

'Building the youths for tomorrow's national service.'